What in God’s name is happening to America’s colleges and universities?
It’s one thing for their faculty to teach socialist propaganda instead of knowledge. See:
- University officials threaten students passing out U.S. Constitution
- California prof’s required reading paints Usama bin Laden as a freedom fighter
- Taxpayer-funded college brings back segregation: “This space is not for white people
- University of Wisconsin adopts racial/sexual “diversity” in grading students
- Reverse discrimination: NC university inflates grades of black students
- USC professor calls Republicans old white racists
- Another partisan professor misuses classroom to bash Christians and Republicans
- Florida Atlantic U. punishes student who exposed “stomp on Jesus” assignment
- Marshall University professor says gun rights advocates are treasonous and should be executed
- U. of Rhode Island professor calls for the death of NRA chief
- Professor compares global warming skepticism to racism
- New Jersey professor denies Stalin had killed anyone
But things have degenerated to much worse — to the promotion of grotesque sexual perversities and outright satanism. See:
- Universities sponsor Sex Week on porn, anal sex, and S-M bondage
- Harvard University will have an Incest-fest
- Yale U. hosts workshop teaching “sensitivity” to bestiality & incest
- U. of Illinois invites porn star to teach orgasm
- Hunter College students make abortion a fun party game
- Sexpert says schools should teach teens about ‘pleasurable moaning’
- Harvard goes satanic with Black Mass
Jennifer Kabbany reports for The College Fix that Obama’s alma mater Harvard University’s annual Sex Week observance, which began last Sunday, Oct. 2, 2014, includes a workshop called “What What in the Butt: Anal Sex 101″that aims to teach the Ivy League students how to have anal sex.
So-called sex experts from a local adult store led the Tuesday talk, which seeks to “dispel myths about anal sex and give you insight into why people do it and how to do it well,” the Fall 2014 Harvard Sex Week agenda states.
“They will cover a wide variety of topics, including: anal anatomy and the potential for pleasure for all genders; how to talk about it with a partner; basic preparation and hygiene; lubes, anal toys, and safer sex; anal penetration for beginners, and much more,” the agenda adds. “Learn the facts about this exciting yet often misunderstood form of pleasure, find out the common mistakes people make, and get all your questions answered.”
Student organizers of Harvard Sex Week did not respond to emails over the weekend from The College Fix seeking comment about the appropriateness and academic value of the event. University officials could not be reached Sunday for comment.
In addition to the anal sex workshop, other planned activities, according to the agenda, include:
- “Brown Girlz Do it Well: a Queer Diaspora Remix,” a workshop that will “situate our personal narratives within broader systems of racism, casteism, classism, islamophobia, and imperialism.”
- Sex Ed 101 promises to teach students the ins and outs of safer sex, including the proper use of dental dams.
- “Losing Your (Concept of) Virginity” will question whether virginity matters.
- “Fifty Shades of False: Kink, Fantasy, and Fetish” is expected to delve into how the bestselling book apparently got BDSM (bondage, domination, sadism, masochism) all wrong.
- “#SellingSexy – How our social culture is shaping the future of entertainment” workshop slated for Tuesday does not offer a detailed description online. However Jincey Lumpkin, who describes herself as someone who “entices all women to explore their female fantasies” and is also a lesbian porn producer, Tweeted that she is set to give the talk.
Sex Week is coordinated by Sexual Health Education & Advocacy throughout Harvard College, or SHEATH, a recognized student-run organization on campus. The events are billed as free and open to the public.
Throughout the week-long event, free products will be doled out, courtesy of California Exotic Novelties, which calls itself “the world’s largest pleasure product company.”
Not all Harvard students are fully supportive of Sex Week.
Reached for comment by The College Fix, student Molly Wharton said in an email Sunday that while she is not intimately versed with Sex Week, “after looking at the schedule of events, though, I do question the amount of time and resources that went into planning and funding these events, some of which are downright vulgar, at a place like Harvard. I can’t imagine that there are not more worthwhile educational programs and initiatives to which Harvard’s resources should be devoted.”
So Harvard University’s “Anal Sex 101″ workshop seeks to “dispel myths about anal sex”?
The following are not myths.
John R. Diggs, Jr., M.D., sounded this warning about the very serious health consequences of anal sex (for more, see “What They’ll Never Tell You in ‘Homosexual Education’”):
The human body was not designed to accommodate anal intercourse. The rectum is significantly different from the vagina with regard to suitability for penetration by a penis. The vagina has natural lubricants and is composed of a mucus membrane with a multi-layer stratified squamous epithelium that allows it to endure friction without damage and to resist the immunological actions caused by semen and sperm. In contrast, the anus is a delicate mechanism of small muscles that comprise an “exit-only” passage. With repeated trauma, friction and stretching, the sphincter loses its tone and its ability to maintain a tight seal. Consequently, anal intercourse leads to leakage of fecal material that can easily become chronic. Moreover, the intestine has only a single layer of cells separating it from blood. Therefore, any organisms that are introduced into the rectum have a much easier time establishing a foothold for infection than they would in a vagina. The single layer tissue cannot withstand the friction associated with penile penetration, resulting in traumas that expose both participants to blood, organisms in feces, and a mixing of bodily fluids.
Furthermore, ejaculate has components that are immunosuppressive, designed to allow the sperm to evade the immune defenses of the female. The fragility of the anus and rectum, along with the immunosuppressive effect of ejaculate, make anal-genital intercourse a most efficient manner of transmitting HIV and other infections.
Below is a list of diseases found with extraordinary frequency among male homosexual practitioners as a result of anal intercourse. Sexual transmission of some of these diseases is so rare in the exclusively heterosexual population as to be virtually unknown. Lesbians are also at higher risk for these STDs:
* Anal cancerChlamydia trachomatis
* Giardia lamblia
* Herpes simplex virus
* Human immunodeficiency virus
* Human papilloma virus
* Isospora belli
* Viral hepatitis types B & C
* Syphilis: gay men contracted syphilis at 3 to 4 times the rate of heterosexuals.
* HIV/AIDS: A study based upon statistics from 1986 through 1990 estimated that 20-year-old gay men had a 50% chance of becoming HIV positive by age 55. As of June 2001, nearly 64% of men with AIDS were men who have had sex with men.
Put simply, the anus is not designed for sexual intercourse and penetration!
The vagina is.
One has to ask why Harvard University and other colleges, universities, best-seller books, and pop culture, are so hell-bent on indoctrinating and brainwashing America’s young to the UNNATURAL anal sex.
Dr. Eowyn’s post first appeared at Fellowship of the Minds.