Yale U. hosts workshop teaching "sensitivity" to bestiality & incest

“When people stop believing in God, they don’t believe in nothing — they believe in anything.” – G. K. Chesterton


Katherine Timpf reports for CampusReform, Mar. 5, 2013, that last Saturday, March 2, the ivory-towered Ivy League Yale University hosted a “sensitivity training” workshop in which students were asked to consider topics such as bestiality, incest, and accepting money for sex.
The event was part of Yale’s Sex Weekend, which ran from Feb. 28 through March 3. Sponsors included Yale Women’s Center, Undergraduate Organizations Committee, the Sexual Harassment and Assault Response Education Center at Yale, and SeLF: The Sexual Literacy Forum.

Giuliana BerryGiuliana Berry (Source: Giuliana’s Facebook page)

Event director Giuliana Berry (class of 2014) told Campus Reform that the workshop was brought to campus to teach students not to automatically judge people who may have engaged in these sorts of activities, but rather to respond with “understanding” and “compassion.”
She referred to the range of sexual activities discussed in the workshop as “sexual diversity”: “People do engage in some of these activities that we believe only for example perverts engage in. What the goal is is to increase compassion for people who may engage in activities that are not what you would personally consider normal. [The workshop] tries to get people to be more sensitive … to sexual diversity. We’re not all heterosexual, able-bodied folks who have standard missionary sex.”

The workshop, entitled “Sex: Am I Normal,” was hosted by “sexologist” Dr. Jill McDevitt (above), who just happens to own a for-profit sex store called Feminique in West Chester, Pa. (see below)
McDevitt taught the approximately 40 students at the workshop that just because people think something is deviant does not mean that it is bad. She told Campus Reform: “It’s sensitivity training. Don’t judge other people, because we all have something we are embarrassed about.”
Students attending the workshop anonymously asked and answered questions about sex using their cell phones, and viewed the responses in real time in the form of bar charts.
Survey responses revealed that 9% of attendees had been paid for sex, 3% had engaged in bestiality, and 52% had participated in “consensual pain” during sex, according to an article published in the Yale Daily News on Monday.
Several students submitted discussion topics about having incestuous sexual fantasies. Attendee Alex Saeedy ’15, told the News that he at first found this surprising, but then “thought it might be more of a psychological thing we all might have. I think that’s what the point of the workshop was — to bring up things we thought we so taboo and desire or urges we criticize are just regular parts of sexual psychology.”

“We should challenge the relativism that tells us there is no right or wrong, when every instinct of our mind knows it is not so, and is a mere excuse to allow us to indulge in what we believe we can get away with. A world without values quickly becomes a world without value.” ― Jonathan Sacks

H/t FOTM’s Sunny

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And they consider this ” higher education ” ……Maybe this group ought to get together with the ” SKULL AND BONES ” society of Yale . That could be interesting !


We live in a sick society and it’s getting sicker…


So now we have sex shop owners teaching sex??? Good night nurse, are these people insane or what? Bestiality and incest and pedophilia are all deviant and are so wrong on so many levels. This kind of insanity of teaching sensitivity about such things and trying to bring them into the main stream is just NUTS! Anyone who believes this stuff is normal have no sense of decency at all, and are a danger to others.


I bet ya our little miss Giuliana Berry was there to drum up some biz.
(Survey responses revealed that 9% of attendees had been paid for sex)
Pocket full of biz cards. Just a working girl putting herself thru college.
She hopes to finish early so she has a goat she can bring but that is way more money.
(3% had engaged in bestiality)
And when that’s over she’ll even kick ya in the face a few times. again, and of course that will be extra.
(and 52% had participated in “consensual pain”)
Any questions? Bwaaaa Haaaaaaa


This is so wrong…


Thank you Dr. Eowyn for this revealing post. People deny that “sin” exists and call good, evil, and evil, good. They want to be politically correct in this secular religion which is moral relativism.


This just PROVED that most people are insane!! Your readers excluded!


One of my biggest disappointments in recent years was an argument I had in 2008 with a friend who studied at Harvard. He didn’t hesitate to use all the tired leftist responses in our discussion about Obama. Even though he knew it wasn’t true, he called me a Nazi and a racist in the course of our exchange. He was a better man before he went to his Ivy League school. In fact, this experience has caused me to re-think my opinions of Harvard and Yale.

Auntie Lulu
Auntie Lulu

Parents who send there children to college, at least in the State of Oregon, run the very high risk of having their child turned into a “leftist libtard.” I know that for decades having a degree from somewhere like Yale, Harvard, Princeton, guaranteed top wages in the job market . . . BUT AT WHAT PRICE?


Alrighty then…