'Live Group Sex Therapy' comes to CMU



Daniel Packard is bringing his "Live Group Sex Therapy" show to Central Michigan University on Wednesday.

Hosted by the Program Board, the event begins at 7 p.m. in the Bovee University Center Rotunda.

Participants will anonymously text answers to Packard’s questions about love, dating and sex. Packard also will provide candid advice and answer audience questions on the spot.

Coining the term “love athletes" for people who know and work hard for what they want in relationships, Packard’s goal is to create the “six million dollar you” with his chats.

“This isn’t just about sex," Packard said in a previous show. "This is about that sometimes the politics of sex get in the way of connecting, which gets in the way of loving."

The stand-up comedian strives to make participants laugh while learning about the opposite sex.

“‘I just want a guy just to walk up and talk to me, but don’t hit on me.’ Does anyone know the difference? Neither do we,” Packard said. “And you know what hitting on a woman is? When an ugly guy talks to you.”


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