Sunday, March 17, 2013

Sex Training Sweeps Campuses on Taxpayers' Dime

Will the attitude of "live and let live" come to a screeching halt when government forces taxpayers and parents to pay for training their children in deviant sex acts through college tuition?  The rave at colleges across America is "sex week" -- a time for students to be engorged on sexology by adult sexperts.
“. . . it really irritates me how people say it takes balls to do something because balls are really not powerful . . . you know, instead of saying that it took balls, let’s agree to say that it takes labia majora.”
-- Kelly Stone, Sex Educator
For background, click headlines below of previous articles:

Hooker, Porn Star Lectures at Univ. of Illinois

Univ. of Minnesota Hires Church Sex Trainers to Teach Orgasm

Orgasm Live Demo in Chicago College Classroom

Sadomasochistic Exhibit Funded by Univ. of Chicago

Bondage-S&M-Sex Student Group OK'd by Harvard

UPDATE 3/20/13: Bowing to public pressure, Univ. of Tennessee pulls funding for "sex week"

-- From "'Sex Week' Lures College Students to Educate Themselves" by Marc Lallanilla, Assistant Editor, Live Science 3/14/13

Following an introductory seminar on "Fornication 101," which covered basic topics such as putting condoms on with your mouth and G-spot stimulation, and yesterday's (March 13) presentation on "Queering the Toybox," featuring eco-friendly gay sex toys and products that remember user preferences through integrated microchips, there's really nowhere left to go, right?

Wrong. Tonight's workshop will address "The Ultimate Guide to Prostate Pleasure," where men will explore "how much fun prostate stimulation can be," according to the official event schedule.

Sex Week has become an annual tradition on college campuses like USC, Yale, Harvard and other institutions, according to Neon Tommy, a publication of the USC Annenberg School of Communication.

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From "University of Tennessee Uses Student Fees to Host Lesbian Bondage Expert" by Todd Starnes, 3/14/13

Sex Week is sponsored by the university’s Sexual Empowerment and Awareness at Tennessee club. The six-day event is expected to cost nearly $20,000 – covered in part by university grants, student fees and contributions from academic departments.

There are 30 events planned including “Getting Laid,” “Sex Positivity; Queer as a Verb,” “Bow Chicka Bow Woah,” “How to Talk to Your Parents About Sex,” “Loud and Queer,” and “How Many Licks Does It Take…” – a workshop about oral sex.

In addition to a campus-wide scavenger hunt for a golden condom, the university is hosting noted lesbian bondage expert and erotica author Sinclair Sexsmith. The story was first reported by Campus Reform.

Sexsmith, who serves on the board of the New York Lesbian Sex Mafia, will deliver a lecture titled, “Messing Around with Gender.”

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From "Yale Hosts ‘Sex Week’ to Explore ‘Sexual Culture,’ Including Incest and Prostitution" by Penny Starr, 3/6/13

“At Saturday’s workshop [on Mar. 2], multiple student-submitted discussions topics were about sexual fantasies involving family members,” reported a March 4 article in the student newspaper, the Yale Daily News. “When students shared their thoughts on incest, three responses were related to fantasies about fathers.”

The article also said 55 students attended a discussion “to learn about masochistic sexual practices such as those depicted in 50 Shades of Grey,” the best-selling “erotic romance” novel.

The event has a history on campus, with Sex Week traditionally held every other year at the school. The tradition gained national attention when student Nathan Harden wrote a book that was published in 2012, “Sex and God at Yale.”

Harden wrote about lessons in masturbation and oral sex and his disillusionment with the Ivy League school he had dreamed of attending.

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From "Sex Week at Yale University" by Melissa Barnhart, Christian Post Contributor 3/6/13

During a workshop titled, "Sex: Am I Normal," with Jill McDevitt, who has a Ph.D. in human sexuality, and describes herself as being a "sexologist," sex educator and sexual rights advocate, "nine percent of attendees reported having accepted payment for sex in the past," according to The Yale Daily News.  "Other survey responses revealed that three percent of attendees had engaged in bestiality, 22 percent had never had a sexual partner, 12 percent have filmed themselves during intercourse and 52 percent have engaged in consensual pain during intercourse."

Among the seminars during sex week, was a discussion about masochistic acts, like those described in the book, 50 Shades of Grey.

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From "For mature audiences only" by Lyzi White, Life Editor, The Spectrum (Univ. at Buffalo) 3/6/13

[Kelly] Stone, a sex educator and comedian, will be presenting GREYed expectations on Wednesday as part of Sub-Board, Inc.’s (SBI) Sex Week. Her performance, a combination of education and comedy, focuses on consent and communication in sex and sexuality, according to Jane Fischer, director of SBI Health Education.

Sex Week is a collection of events hosted through SBI that focus on “education, exploration and discussion of healthy sexuality,” Fischer said. . . .

Demire Williams, assistant director of health services, met Stone at the National Sex Ed Conference in New Jersey this fall and enjoyed the way Stone delivered material in a way that made the audience laugh while simultaneously provoking thought about healthy sexuality, Fischer said. When Williams asked Stone to come speak at UB, she agreed.

Stone believes because the country is founded on Puritan heritage and values, as in The Scarlet Letter, there is a lot of sex phobia. However, at the same time, movies and advertisements feature sex heavily because sex sells. So while sex is everywhere, people are still afraid to discuss it.

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From "Students taught oral-sex tricks (and more)" by Joe Kovacs, World Net Daily 2/13/13

The University of Chicago is leaving little to the imagination with its Sex Week schedule, as it hosts a number of eye-opening events that it promises will go “far beyond typical sex education” with workshops including “Great Oral Sex with Tea Time and Sex Chats,” “Anal 101,” “The Perfect Vagina,” “Sex Ed for Kids” and a play titled “Genitalia the Musical.”

According to the university’s official webpage, the oral-sex symposium will include discussion on “going down on men and women, techniques as well as individual differences and sexual health practices. Yes, expect tea.”

Another workshop, titled “Partner Acrobatics,” advertises that members of a circus will “teach you (and your friends) how to stand on shoulders and every other place on the body.”

The session titled “Anal 101” is billed as a course on the “logistics and pleasures of anal sex.” It features lessons on “prep, protection, barebacking, etc.”

The university newspaper, the Chicago Maroon, indicates the sex week is funded by the Dean’s Fund for Student Life and the Student Government Finance Committee.

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