This came just too late (start innuendo now) for the calendar.
There's a Safe Sex Party at UCF next week. Here's the press release (emphasis added):
VOX at UCFâ??s annual safe sex benefit is a party that educates students about the importance of knowing what youâ??re doing and who youâ??re doing it with when it comes to safe sex.
â??Safe Sexâ?? is a festive gathering to inform students of the dangers of Sexually Transmitted Infections, provide them with important tips for precautionary intercourse, and make them aware of the many services that they and Planned Parenthood provide, all in a fun manner of games (vibrator race, wheel of fornication, condom on the banana, and a fake organism contest), music (no bands) with a DJ (yes! playing 80â??s music all night) and trivia(donâ??t know but they have a cage). Free Goodie Bags while supplies last!
Thereâ??s even a raffle: sex toys, lube, condoms, books, movies, art and more. Money goes to the student organization.
This yearâ??s benefit will be held on March 25, 2009 at 9pm at The Dungeon (Knight Library's NEW Club) The address is 12289 University Blvd. (on the corner of University Blvd and Alafaya Trail). It is a free cover with UCF ID anyone else must pay $5. Must be 18 and up to enter and 21 to drink.
But then here is the absolute best part:
$1 VOX shots and $1 Prevention shots All Night Long!!!
I have never known a shot to prevent anything except verticality.
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