College offers young people money to have sex on camera

Haven’t kids had enough sex education by college to know the benefits of using a condom?
Dog eyeroll
Via NY Post: A school in England is making some people hot under the collar — by offering to pay young couples to have sex on camera.
Coventry University is searching for volunteers ages 18 to 25 who are willing to be filmed making whoopee in “natural settings,” including inside a car, and be paid the equivalent of $488 to do so, according to UK media.
Filmmakers for the government-funded project called “Chance2Change” said it will promote the message that using a condom “does not kill the mood,” the Daily Mail reported.
Margaret Morrissey, chairman of a group called Parents Outloud, said students who sign up to appear in the videos may be “jeopardizing” their future. “They are offending the intelligence of their students by thinking they need educational videos such as this,” Morrissey told The Telegraph.
“With the nature of the internet, these videos could stay in circulation for years. Any students taking part in them could jeopardize future employment prospects,” she said.
Project leader Dr. Katie Newby insisted the film will feature real couples in “loving, consensual relationships and be tastefully shot.”
More from Daily Mail:
Dr. Newby said: ‘The videos, which will be tastefully shot and feature genuine couples, are designed to be available to over-18s at the point at which they are requesting free STI self-testing kits from a website.
‘Other aspects of the intervention include allowing users to test out a range of different condoms to identify their preferred one, a condom ordering service, providing a free product for carrying condoms in, and other videos featuring young people talking about condom use.
‘We believe that someone who is seeking STI testing is likely to be particularly receptive to the messages around condom use, and we hope to convince them that condoms needn’t be awkward, embarrassing or an obstacle to enjoyable sex.’
Dr. Newby said that, despite the well-known risks of unprotected sex, the NHS still spends £620million per year treating sexually-transmitted illnesses. 

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Dr. Eowyn
Dr. Eowyn
3 years ago

“Filmmakers for the government-funded project”
To top it off, UK taxpayers are paying for this!

3 years ago

This is the most disgusting thing I have ever heard of! From a college? From so called educated people? Talk about perversion!!!!

Auntie Lulu
Auntie Lulu
3 years ago

Let me see now . . . both the government of the US and UK have some complicity in the ever expanding “free love with no restriction’s.” After all don’t we subsidize single women who have illegitimate children by giving them Welfare and housing, etc; we (meaning both countries) subsidize abortion, because after all the stuff that is in a woman’s womb is only a glob of some unorganized cells. Then the taxpayers get to pay for STD screening, and the treatment of those who are so (stupid) lax as to be bangin’ this person and that person, willy nilly… Read more »

Steven Broiles
3 years ago

This is aiding and abetting prostitution, plain and simple. In moral battles, we must remember that “good intentions” mean utterly nothing unless the good end obtained exceeds the intention, for we cannot seek the evil for the sake of the evil (as Nietzsche had hoped for when he said, “Evil, be Thou my good.”); We can only seek the evil for the sake of the good. (This is what sin is). This is not to imply that expedience is morally good or excusable: The good sought must be good, in and of itself, and it is never excusable to knowingly… Read more »


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3 years ago

This insanity targets the least financially secure students. The payment is a bribe, to engage in a natural act, in the most unnatural circumstances imaginable. The adults responsible for devising this ungodly scheme should be forced to cast themselves in the performance, after which, they should be dismissed.