Universities sponsor Sex Week on porn, anal sex, and S-M bondage

Higher education is so edifying!

In addition to Calculus and Comparative Literature, American universities are now offering lectures and workshops on such mind-expanding subjects as masturbation, anal sex, S-M rope-tying and “safe” electrocuting.

U of Tennessee

Katherine Timpf reports for Campus Reform, Jan. 28, 2014, that the University of Tennessee (UT) will have lectures on masturbation, orgasm, pornography, and anal sex for its second annual Sex Week from March 2 through March 7, 2014.

As a public university, UT receives both federal and state taxpayer funds.

One event, “Get Wet: Exploring the Connections Between Sexual Pleasure, Health, & Advocacy” will ask students “When is an orgasm a political act? When is lube a tool of the revolution?” The event description promises that host Megan Andelloux, who calls herself “a Clinical Sexologist and certified Sexuality Educator,” will “demonstrate how three components of sexuality – pleasure, health, and advocacy – flow into one another as we explore a variety of topics centered on reproductive justice and sexual freedom.”

The event will also inform students “which sexual health issues are involved in back-door lovin’ [euphemism for anal sex], why you should care about sex workers’ rights, and how you can defend your own sexual freedom through self-love [euphemism for masturbation].”

Porn actress and self-described feminist pornograher Tristan Taormino, whose acting and producing credits include House of Ass, Expert Guide to Hand Jobs for Men and Women, and Chemistry 4: The Orgy Edition, will be on hand (no pun intended) to answer questions like “Can porn be ethical?” and “What is ‘good’ porn?” Taormino will also share her thoughts on “why she thinks anti-porn feminists haven’t watched enough porn.”

Another event, “We Can’t Stop: Orgasms and Masturbation” asks “How do you masturbate?” and promises that “Dr. Lindsey Doe will give us all a hand on this often frustrating topic.” Other events will include “My Milkshake Brings All the Boys to the Yard: Aphrodisiac Cooking Class,” “Drop It Like It’s Hot: Sex Week Dance Class.”

A Sex Week organizer defended the controversial events, saying that they are necessary to reduce sexual assault. “In order to combat rape culture, we have to stop the sexual repression, because less sexual oppression leads to less sexual violence,” junior Nicky Hackenbrack, a board member of Sexual Empowerment and Awareness at Tennessee (SEAT), wrote in a piece for The Daily Beacon, the college’s newspaper.

UT’s first Sex Week made headlines last year for planning to spend $20,000 on events including a “Golden Condom Scavenger Hunt” and lectures by a sexologist titled “Big Orange, Big…;)” and “How Many Licks Does it take….” Amid criticism, the school cut $11,145 in state funds from the program, putting on a scaled-back version using $6,700 in student fees.

U of ChicagoUniversity of Chicago

Meanwhile, not to be outdone, the private University of Chicago (UC) will also have a second annual Sex Week Feb. 6-16, featuring how-to workshops on bondage, oral sex, and how to safely electrocute your partner for sexual pleasure.

Sex Week consists of nearly 40 events and will run from Feb. 8-16.

Katherine Timpf reports for Campus Reform, Feb. 5, 2014, that UC’s Sex Week consists of nearly 40 events.

The event description for “Taste of Kink” reads: “Come explore … the exchanges and sensations that can be generated by floggers, rope, electricity, and more”.

Rope-tying will also have a workshop of its own, which promises to teach students more advanced techniques. “Want to learn to tie your partner up? Curious about bondage, but didn’t know how to try on your own? We’ll be showing the basics of rope tying, and a bit beyond the basics!” the event description states.

The school will also offer how-to workshops on dirty talk, oral sex, roleplay, and a circus-themed workshop on “partner acrobatics.”

Other events include a clothing-optional Lascivious Ball, a presentation from porn star Jessica Drake, and the “Temple of Cum and Other Queer Blasphemies,” a presentation which “will explore mashups of spirituality and sexuality.”

The events are sponsored by the school in partnership with the pornographic film company Wicked Pictures, Early2Bed Sex Toy Store, The Pleasure Chest Sex Toy Store, and Cedars Mediterranean Kitchen.

~Eowyn

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  1. Thank you Dr. Eowyn for this incredible post. Indeed, isn’t higher education edifying? It appears the demon of lust is alive and well in at least Tennessee and Illinois. All of this is sickening, and it is especially sickening when taxpayers’ monies are used for such classes.

     
    • To avoid going over the details, please let me say a bit DITTO to Joan, Dr. Eowyn. I am so grieved about the state of academia today. But that was their turn. Now it’s our turn. We will be heard. Glory to God.

       
  2. Why does each generation think that any of this is “new”. are we supposed to be shocked? informed? aroused? i don’t get it. I would like to go just to see what all the hoopla is about. I don’t think tax payers should pay for this. I would be willing to bet if people knew ,they would be very vocal about it.

     
  3. It’s SO HARD for me to resist blaming the Liberals for all this. So I WON’T.

     
  4. Okay, I finally read the article. I really appreciate your efforts, Dr. Eowyn. This stuff makes me want to cry. Yup, give up my John Wayne Fan Club membership card, and weep. Dammit, there is very little defense against this kind of attack on our kids when they are at the height of their sexuality. This is absolutely demonic.

    People need to call the college administrators to account for this predatory outrage.

     
  5. This post brought to mind this verse from the Bible: “But the noble man devises noble plans; And by noble plans he stands” (Isaiah 32:8). This should be our mantra for life!

     
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  7. This is so sad and really sick. The only way to stop it is to NOT sign up for the course, but you know there will be students who will. Common Core is to dumb down the children and these “courses” are to destroy any morality students have. How to stop the sickness sweeping our nation is the question.

     
  8. It will get worse. This will all eventually percolate down to the public schools, parts of it already have. America is in the grip of a tenacious satanic effort to completely eliminate all morality. And it is very successful. People think they are being sexually liberated but instead they are being enslaved, held captive by unholy passions.

     
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  10. More proof that liberal = pervert.

     
  11. Not surprising, colleges have been festering cesspools of immorality for quite a long time, lest we forget the secret societies that are already entrenched therein, trying to call themselves “fraternities” or “sororities” (Each one modeled after the usual freemasonry, etc). Even from public school’s very start, it was a planned tool to destroy people and society, not build it. What is to be done? Name and shame seems to be one course here, show the colleges to be unworthy of grants, students directly protesting by dropping out of the school entirely and seeking courses elsewhere.

    One thing I find especially ridiculous though is the one person saying it will reduce sexual assault, which is not only a flat out lie, but also directly endangering students by offering a false sense of security, as well as employing a terrorist tactic of scaring weaker willed students into attendance (implying that if they don’t attend they’ll be assaulted, that being the context of what this shill of the devil said) I’m sure other threats have been made to students on the sly in order to mandate attendance, schools work that way. The worst part of it though, is if anything these will *encourage* sexual assault by bringing up the subject, baiting people words and images to arouse them, and then leave them frustrated, which is especially dangerous given the already hormone-laden atmosphere of a college campus, people should watch the sex crime stats for the universities, and areas around them, for the next few weeks and see if sex-related offenses spike.

    As an aside I wonder how many of the classes will broach the subject of pedophilia and try to encourage it, or if they will have time to, given the plethora of unneeded and worthless information they’re already throwing in the students faces. They don’t need to behave that way, and they really shouldn’t, also I would suggest to any Christian folk living nearby that may know teachers or staff at those places, talk to them personally and see if they will agree to not participate, things like this cannot get underway if people do not participate in them, or the numbers for their turnout are dismal.

     
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  13. Well, I cannot say that I am surprised that this event has been taken out of context, and only a bare minimum of facts presented so as to ensure irritation and outrage by people who purport to care.

    First, UTK’s Sex Week is totally covered by Student Fees and had to go through a vigorous application to be presented with the money. There is a need for this education and this group is fulfilling that need. Education does not equal “predatory” or “pedophilia” my goodness do you listen to yourself?

    Second, of the many (I believe 30 this year) events the author has chosen to only present the ones that are the most controversial, choosing to leave off the ones that promote waiting until marriage, religion and sexuality, and how to be in a long term relationship as examples. The titles given to the events are intentionally cheeky to attract college students to the events.

    Third, and most importantly, these events are meant to open the lines of communication, and educate the students on a variety of subjects in order to smash stereotypes and hopefully empower them to make informed decisions about their bodies. UTK has a very high rate of sexual violence and a very low rate of knowledge on how to prevent it.

    Please take the time to educate yourself about all the details before you choose to condemn.

     
    • NONE of what you said in your comment negates or excuses the FACT that these universities sponsor sexual deviance, which has NOTHING to do with the educational mission for which universities are established. I certainly know more about academe than you, because I spent most of my life in universities — first as an undergraduate & graduate student, then as a professor, until a Full Professorship.

       
    • traildustfotm

      “UTK has a very high rate of sexual violence and a very low rate of knowledge on how to prevent it.”

      And you are trying to say this program will decrease the amount of sexual violence. Are you not aware that sexual violence is rampant in the gay and lesbian sectors, which your program seems to be promoting.

      …my goodness do you listen to yourself?

       
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