“What What in the Butt: Anal Sex 101” is one of several sex-related workshops the wicked smart students at Harvard can take this fall as part of the esteemed university’s annual Sex Week.

The class will cover a wide variety of rump-related topics, including anal anatomy and the potential for pleasure for all genders, according to College Fix. Students will also learn how to talk about anal with a partner, “basic preparation and hygiene; lubes, anal toys, and safer sex; anal penetration for beginners, and much more.”

The sex week docket also includes classes like “Jungle Fever: On Exotification,” “Fifty Shades of False: Kink, Fantasy, and Fetish,” and “Love @First Swipe: Online Hookup Culture,” among others.

Some Harvard students are not down with sex week, however. Harvard sophomore and “National Review” intern Molly Wharton called some of the events “downright vulgar.”

“I can’t imagine that there are not more worthwhile educational programs and initiatives to which Harvard’s resources should be devoted,” she wrote in an email to College Fix.

Maybe she does not like butt stuff.

The name of the anal sex course is taken from this brilliant jam by Samwell: