Friday, March 4, 2011

Andrei No it wasn't a lecture on thermodynamics

Fifteen minutes of fame for this pair after they demonstrated the use of a motorized sex toy for a "sexuality" class at Illinois' Northwestern University.

It has, to be fair, caused a bit of a fuss but even so it does demonstrate how degraded western culture has become.

Questions: just what value attending such a demonstration provide to the students in attendance? How will it help them (the students) in latter life as they negotiate this wicked world and how will the knowledge imparted in any way, shape or form improve the lot of mankind?

6 comment(s):

Lucia Maria said...

That there is a class on sexuality in the first place would a cause for concern.

We currently have a problem with what a teacher has shown the class of our 14 year old. My husband is heading down to the school on Monday to show the Principal the You-Tube clip, which we found through an online search. Should be interesting.

leftrightout said...

That there is a class on sexuality in the first place would a cause for concern.

Why?

Perhaps it is as an antidote to the lunacy, nay stupidity, of xians like Ronald L. Conte Jr., Roman Catholic theologian and Bible translator.

Question —

Are unnatural sexual acts moral to use as foreplay, prior to an act of natural marital relations open to life?

This all-too-common question asks whether married couples might use various types of unnatural sexual acts — manual sexual acts (masturbation of self or spouse, or various devices used in the same way), or oral sexual acts, or anal sexual acts — in the context of a subsequent, concomitant, or prior act of natural marital relations open to life. Sometimes the question refers specifically to completed sexual acts, i.e. acts that include sexual climax for one or both spouses. Other times the question refers to these same types of acts, but absent climax.


http://ronconte.wordpress.com/2011/02/20/unnatural-sexual-acts-as-marital-foreplay/

Seems he doesn't think much of kissing. I wonder if the man has ever had a sexual experience?

Andrei said...

D'ya trawl the internet for wackos LRO.

Bottom line attaching a dildo to a power saw and using it on a naked woman in front of a class is beyond perverse.

I asked some questions in the post and you can't provide rational answers to them, nobody can because the whole thing is irrational - and sick.

leftrightout said...

Andrei, there's lots more whakos out there.

I didn't answer your questionsas I thought they were rhetorical in nature.

I can find no reference to dildo or power saw in your linked article, so I wonder where you've been trawling.

Anyway, this was "not in front of a class", it was after the class was over, it was optional, it carried no course credit.

Still, nobody can do sexual hang-up as well as a xtian.

just what value attending such a demonstration provide to the students in attendance?

Why not ask them?

How will it help them (the students) in latter life

Let's wait and see, eh?

how will the knowledge imparted in any way, shape or form improve the lot of mankind?

A healthy sex life is part of a healthy relationship. Understanding human sexual desires and needs is part of a healthy sex life, as is being open about sex, not repressed.

ZenTiger said...

A healthy sex life is part of a healthy relationship.

Not a teacher-student relationship.

Understanding human sexual desires and needs is part of a healthy sex life, as is being open about sex, not repressed.

Sure, and there are lots of ways of learning about this. However, to characterise any negative reaction to the appropriateness of what the lecturer arranged as part of his "extra learning" as being "repressed" is very strange. One can be open about sex, but still display a sense of modesty and decorum.

According to published reports, a couple at the lecture decided that a video the students were watching on the female orgasm was not realistic and gave a live presentation involving the sex toy.

Sounds like the quality of education is about par with watching television, and LRO wants to make it seem like if this isn't considered top quality education, then we must be sexually repressed.

All it says is that this teacher thinks his students learn more from strips shows than what he can teach him. Maybe he is right.

Jason said...

As per my blog post on http://jwatson.kol.co.nz entitled 'Baby-Returns Policy'; most living in the real world, statistically don't have the gift of celebacy Paul speaks of. In my experience; they're either in denial, or 'doing it' on the sly. We all need to manage our sexuality (often being 'left up to the woman'). In which case, I'd argue the need for pluralism on sexuality management & education.
- Pereta

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