Thursday, February 13, 2014


OPINION: Lifestyle education is the goal

Since its debut at Yale in 2002, the college “sex week” has quickly grown into a national phenomenon. Each year, dozens of college campuses around the country devote a week or more to sex-themed events.

However, the academic purpose of these often-salacious workshops remains a constant source of controversy.

For example, the University of Chicago justified its recent sex week in an email to The College Fix with this: “The Office of the Reynolds Club and Student Activities offers students at the University of Chicago the freedom to develop their interests and pursue personal growth in a wide variety of ways.”

Judging from the schedule of events, the University of Chicago believes “personal growth” can occur through being flogged and electrocuted and learning how to “talk dirty.” Oh, and it’s also totally okay if your interests include pornography that degrades women.  (more...)

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