Reid Mihalko delivered a fascinating sex education seminar entitled ‘Non-Conservative Sex’ on Thursday in the Student Union, just in time for Valentine’s day. The world-famous founder of ‘Cuddle Party’ was invited to Stony Brook by the LGBTA because of his all-inclusive, humorous lessons on a subject that can be hard to talk seriously about. Mihalko is upset because non-conservative sex- even sex in general – is considered taboo in our culture. He recalled a religious upbringing in which his parents handed him a Lutheran text in place of the birds and the bees talk. “I’m not knocking the church,” he explained. He was, however, knocking parents who raised their children to believe that there’s one right way of having a relationship. Some of their kids could grow up to be different and unable to accept it. The culture that Mihalko is describing isn’t that of primetime TV where sex comes…