“A Northwestern University’s Human Sexuality Class causes controversy for allowing a sex act involving a motorized sex toy in front 100+ students.”
Where was this class in college? I mean higher education leads towards higher stimulation…..right? I say good job Professor John Michael Bailey for stimulating the minds of 100+ students that stayed to watch this after class activity. Contrary to what the President of the University had to say (“represented extremely poor judgment on the part of our faculty member”), students and administrators are defending the after class demonstration.
“It was a fun and educational experience,” Melvoin-Berg told the Chicago Tribune. The students “”seemed to be incredibly pleased. We had a number of them that got closer and closer.”
I’m sure the students were just intrigued as to how the device worked so they can further their studies and become better academics. I mean the presentation “featured a naked non-student woman being repeatedly sexually stimulated to the point of orgasm by the sex toy, referred to as a “fucksaw.” The device is essentially a motorized phallus.”
The Human Sexuality “Course” is currently the largest at Northwester University and the most popular with an average of 600 attendees. With after class discussions and activities regarding sexuality that are never mentioned during exams, only for greater mind stimulation.
“I think that these after-class events are quite valuable. Why? One reason is that I think it helps us understand sexual diversity,” Professor Bailey said, according to an audio file obtained by The Daily.
“Sticks and stones may break your bones, but watching naked people on stage doing pleasurable things will never hurt you,” he said to loud applause at the end of his speech.
No wonder why even the faculty was backing this up, I mean they have a point right?
“As a sexuality educator, I do think that demonstrations of specific arousal techniques — those definitely have educational value,” she said.
Stuart added that the sexual display’s appropriateness depends on the class context, audience makeup and the professor’s ultimate goals.
Only in America. You gotta love this country. 🙂