Learn the difference between an epididymis and an epidermis with Planned Parenthood Sex Trivia at Stardust Coffee

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WILL HOUSE
  • Will House
In what promises to be the best date night ever known to man (and, well, maybe woman), Planned Parenthood of Greater Orlando is opening the awkward can of worms known as sexual education – see, they don’t really teach you that babies don’t come from pee-holes in school anymore – in a group-think team trivia format. Don’t worry, it’s not all going to be serious; PPGO is promising that some of it will be “cheeky.” Do tell! (We hope that involves anal sex, but what do we know?) At any rate, if you know the difference between a vagina and a vulva – you can’t see a vagina without a speculum, meathead – then you’re bound to score points. And let’s talk about that urethra, shall we, Mr. Franklin? Regardless, everybody wins, because each team member’s $10 donation goes toward the cause of fighting for reproductive rights for women. Sometimes sex jokes are worthwhile!

6 p.m. Tuesday, April 7 | Stardust Video & Coffee, 1842 E. Winter Park Road | RSVP at ppaction.org | $10


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