Hot Coffee it most definitely is not.
As reported by Joystiq, the University of Connecticut is soliciting proposals for a "safer sex video game."
According to UConn bid specs, the goal of the project is "to test the feasibility of using a PC-executable game (non-Flash) format to change the safe sex practices of an otherwise hard to reach group – urban emerging adults."
The University wants vendors to make the game "fun, motivating, and efficacious." That last one's not a dirty word, by the way.
If trials are successful - and no, GP does not know where you go to volunteer - the game will be distributed "broadly." As Joystiq notes, Europeans are already ahead of us in using game tech to teach safe sex.
Proposals from game developers are due back to UConn officials in November.