University of Tennessee Sex Week To Teach Students When Orgasms Are A “Political Act” And “Lube Is A Tool of The Revolution”
They are also all about teaching these college kids why they should care about sex workers rights, because that’s what college is supposed to teach, or something:
University of Tennessee (UT), a public school, has announced the schedule for its second annual Sex Week, complete with a workshop to teach students how to masturbate.
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: 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’, why you should care about sex workers’ rights, and how you can defend your own sexual freedom through self-love.”
Well, right there you know this is a socialist indoctrination program without all the other nonsense.
Hat Tip: : Weasel Zippers
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