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September 24, 2007 | by  | in News |
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Men – How to become better lovers

Sex therapist Paul Willoughby is giving a lecture at Vic this week, aimed at people who have sex, people who are worried about sex and relationships and people who want “meaningful connection[s] with another person versus just having sex”.

The event is not men-only, and event organiser Sharon Renfro says “lots of women would be interested to know how their partners/perspective partner’s could benefit from such info. I think it is important for women to know what they can or maybe even should expect from men as lovers. We are kept in the dark about these matters which I find very interesting.”

The lecture is 12pm til 1pm on Thursday in Meeting Room 1 of the Student Union Building.

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