DURHAM, N.H. (WHDH) — Students at the University of New Hampshire gathered Thursday night to talk about an often taboo subject: sex.
“The potential of pleasure is part of good sexual health it's not just about avoiding disease, avoiding disasters and pregnancy. It's about feeling good, safe and comfortable in your body,” Megan Andelloux, a sex educator, said.
The room was filled to capacity, but not everyone was there to learn.
“This doesn't seem something all students are inclined to go to and I think parents would be outraged this is something being promoted on campus,” Ashley Pratte, the leader of the conservative activist group Cornerstone, said.