updated the title – 3-5 – from : Northwestern U. -Sex show professor defends live demo for students – To: Northwestern U. – From the IVY league to the lowest depths of perversion -Sex show professor defends live demo for students
What use is this going to be when they leave school? This is being paid for by their parents. Are there no decency laws? The morals and values of any society that are as decrepit as this will not survive long.
Northwestern U. has turned into a whore and pimp school.
Kevin Jennings is proud seeing this I’m sure:
Schools – mandatory curriculum parents need to know about- Kevin Jennings is the Education CZAR, appointed by Obama
Is it any wonder why out military is becoming a social experiment?:
Navy – Capt. Owen Honors, USS Enterprise, a scandal of comedic proportions. The UCMJ is violated by open sodomy and this guy is punished for the comedy in it?
And this is not the only school with SEX ISSUES:
Police probe ‘sex assault’ after naked fancy dress party at Yale University <I copied this story below the first one. >
I don’t consider these students ADULTS, because they are not on their own. These students are either their on their parents money or they are getting money from scholarship or the government in some cases. Even if they are not getting money directly for the school, they may be getting money indirectly: for cost of living or what not. Not many of these students are going to these schools INDEPENDENTLY.
‘They’re sexually kinky folks, I’m sure they came up with the idea right there’: Sex show professor defends live demo for students
- Investigation launched by university
By DAILY MAIL REPORTER
Last updated at 7:27 PM on 4th March 2011
A Northwestern University professor who allowed students to watch a live sex demonstration in his class has defended his decision, saying ‘that is what I get paid for’.
The after class event involved a woman being brought to orgasm by a machine-powered saw with a phallic object instead of a blade.
The graphic act was performed in front of about 100 students in psychology professor John Michael Bailey’s human sexuality class last week.
Speaking to the Chicago Tribune, prof. Bailey said thought media reaction was just a ‘knee jerk reaction’.
‘I could stop at 3:20 when my lecture is over and that is what I get paid for.
‘But I love being an intellectual influence on the students, and they find this to be really rewarding typically.’
‘What happened last Monday is so much about the truth.’
The kinky demonstration happened at an after-class event.
According to students, the sessions range from a question-and-answer session with swingers to a panel of convicted sex offenders and are popular with pupils.
Speaking about the backlash he received since details of the event emerged, prof. bailey said: ‘That was about this knee jerk inarticulate reaction against sex…especially kinky explicit sex.’
The lecture began with Ken Melvoin-Berg, co-owner of Weird Chicago Tours, discussing bondage, swinging and other sexual fetishes.
The talk included video footage of a woman who was having an orgasm, but when it was deemed unrealistic, the idea of a live sex act was introduced.
After the initial discussion at the Ryan Family Auditorium, prof Bailey said he could, ‘not come up with a reason’ to say no, so agreed to the demonstration.
Both Professor Bailey and Mr Melvoin-Berg said they gave the students multiple warnings about how graphic it was going to be and gave them the option of leaving, which some did.
The act itself involved Miss Faith Kroll being penetrated by her phallus wielding fiancé Jim Marcus and lasted only three minutes.
Around 100 students gathered round the couple to watch as Mr Marcus operated the high powered sex toy on Miss Kroll.
‘They’re sexually spontaneous kinky folks,’ the prof. said, ‘and I’m sure they came up with the idea right there.’
It has since been reported by DailyNorthwestern.com, that leading researcher Robin Mathy will file a complaint against prof. Bailey to the university for what she called ‘a gross violation’ of the American Psychological Association Code of Ethics.
Prof. Bailey added he was hesitant about repeating the demonstration.
He said: ‘If I had to bet, I would bet I will not be doing this again either because of my decision or someone else’s.
‘If I decide to say I shouldn’t have done this, it will be because this could have been avoided, not because anybody has been harmed by it.’
Mr Marcus, a musician who also teaches sex education, told the Chicago Tribune: ‘It seems like a human sexuality class is a smart place to dispel some of the mistakes that we saw in the video.
‘What we did was not designed to titillate people, but to educate people.’
Miss Kroll said: ‘I was more than happy to (do it). We have fun with it. I’m an exhibitionist. I enjoy the attention, being seen by other people.
‘It was entertaining because there were a lot of curious minds, so that was cool.’
Northwestern senior Justin Smith, 21, said: ‘It is probably something I will remember for the rest of my life.
‘We were watching a video on sexual arousal. They thought, “Why not give a demonstration?”
‘The main guy, Ken, said, “Are you ready for the live sex show?” We were like, “OK”.’
He confirmed that there were several warnings beforehand and some students trickled out.
Most students were sitting in the auditorium’s balcony, including a student’s mother who attended class that day.
Student Nick Wilson said: ‘A few people left, not many. Those that stayed were totally into it and tried to get a better view.’
Mr Melvoin-Berg called it an educational experience for the students, and said it lasted about three minutes.
‘We wanted to share not only our lifestyles and talk about it, but demonstrate what we do in our personal lives.
‘The students seemed to be incredibly pleased. We had a number of them that got closer and closer.
‘It let them know what’s out there and how far people go. Understanding this subject is a valuable tool to utilise in their future careers.’
University spokesman Alan Cubbage told the Chicago Tribune that the issue had not been raised and no one had filed a complaint.
He said: ‘Northwestern University faculty members engage in teaching and research on a wide variety of topics, some of them controversial and at the leading edge of their respective disciplines.
However, the president of Northwestern University Morton Schapiro said yesterady he was launching an investigation as he was ‘troubled and disappointed’ by what happened.
He said: ‘I feel it represented extremely poor judgment on the part of our faculty member.
‘I simply do not believe this was appropriate, necessary, or in keeping with Northwestern University’s academic mission.
Schapiro said he has directed that the incident be fully investigated, and he wants to clarify what constitutes ‘appropriate pedagogy’.
‘Many members of the Northwestern community are disturbed by what took place on our campus and so am I.’
Police probe ‘sex assault’ after naked fancy dress party at Yale University
By DAILY MAIL REPORTER
Last updated at 11:22 PM on 4th March 2011
Police are investigating a possible sexual assault during a naked party at Yale University, it was reported today.
Around 50 students were said to have attended the ‘rowdy’ off-campus event on February 19, where party goers were asked to turn up in fancy dress before ‘disrobing’ and allegedly ‘force-fed’ alcohol.
The college, where students pay up to $50,000 a year to attend, begun the investigation after several attendees were taken to Yale-New Haven Hospital.
Party: Party goers at the Pundits party were allegedly told to ‘disrobe’ and were then forced to kiss each other. The gender of the alleged sexual assault victim is unknown
It was reported by college newspaper the Yale Daily News, that the party was run by senior prank society, the Pundits.
According to party goers interviewed by the paper, there was an atmosphere of ‘forced and heavy drinking’ at the Park street address.
A student recalled a member of the Pundits forcing attendees to kiss each other and that another Pundit forced a male friend’s face onto another’s penis.
The gender of the alleged victim of sexual assault is not clear, nor is the gender make up of the party.
One student who spoke to the paper said: ‘The biggest problem, and what was dis-inhibiting people, was that they were force-feeding people alcohol and they couldn’t say no because of the power dynamic.’
Yale has a number of long-standing college societies, including the notorious Skull and Bones.
Past members are rumoured to have included former presidents George H. W. Bush, his son, George W. Bush and the latter’s 2004 Presidential opponent, Senator John Kerry.
Yale police department chief Ronnell Higgins sent an e-mail to the student body Monday night warning of a, ‘possible sexual assault involving Yale undergraduates that occurred at an off campus party on 2/19.’
In an email to the paper, Associate Vice President for Administration Janet Lindner said: ‘I assure you that Yale has no tolerance for sexual intimidation or assault.’
Other students who were at the party said despite the heavy drinking involved, they did not see anything that looked like sexual assault.
One junior student said: ‘I was in the main room and the kitchen and hallways, and I didn’t see anything out of the ordinary or anything abusive.
‘Obviously it’s a Pundits party so it’s rowdy by nature, but other than that I didn’t see anything go down.
‘I was pretty shocked to hear about [the allegations] the next day.’
Predictably, college message boards have been inundated with comments about the event.
One user, going under the name b12, said that no one at the event was forced to disrobe.
They said: ‘The invitation clearly stated the intent of the party, and several who didn’t want to be naked left at midnight when gears shifted.’
‘That said, the party was not civilised, and there were some reprehensible actions, but all were there by their own volition, drawn by a mutual desire to join the group that is now being criticised.’
Replying to b12’s post, another user called alsoanon said: ‘Look, I was there, I don’t want the pundits to get in trouble either.
‘But there’s no point in trying to make it seem like some harmless fun time where all the pundits sobered us up helpfully all night long.’
On another Ivy league blog ‘Kurt’ wrote:’This is why people hate the Ivy League.
‘Even if the worst stories about the Pundits are true, the same and sometimes worse goes on at Frats all over the country (anti-hazing policies notwithstanding).
‘So such behavior unites rather than divides Yale et al. from the rest of this country’s colleges and universities. The only real difference is that people don’t expect ‘refined’ Ivy League students behave like drunken jocks.’
It is believed the party was part of a ‘tapping’ initiation ceremony for the Pundits society.
In recent years University officials have come down hard on so-called ‘hazing’ rituals.
Yale College Dean Mary Miller said: ‘I am deeply disturbed by initial reports of heavy drinking by underage students in a context that could be construed as hazing.
‘Yale College does not tolerate hazing or intimidation: I’m well aware that a feature of hazing is that it can be difficult for someone victimized by it to come forward.’