Allegheny College Holds Sex, Masturbation Tutorial – Inside a Church

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Allegheny College’s Ford Memorial Chapel was transformed into a XXX sex shop Wednesday night, as professional sex educators advised students in attendance how best to touch themselves and their partners to reach orgasm in what was billed as an educational seminar.

The private liberal arts college hosted the event named “I Heart the Female Orgasm” and hosted by a variety of student groups on campus. The two sex educators, Marshall Miller and Kate Weinberg, talked students through a variety of masturbation techniques during the higher learning event.

Chaplain Jane Ellen Nickel, who conducts non-denominational Christian services each Sunday and manages the office of Spiritual and Religious Life, said in an email to The College Fix that she saw nothing wrong with the event and hoped students would feel comfortable attending a religious service there later.
Another campus administrator told The College Fix he had no problem with the event’s location. “They have a great message about caring relationships,” said Dean of Students Joe DiChristina in an e-mail. “I appreciated their approach.”

These are the type of classes that have been deemed educational by the immoral liberals at Allegheny College. The average tuition cost at Allegheny college is ’ $33,560 per year to teach this type of shit to students, I could be wrong , but this curriculum could be beneficial to the kids when they graduate if they want to become sex therapists, porn stars or hookers. If this church was a mosque this location would never be considered a acceptable venue to hold a masturbation seminar at.”Bet On It”

Articl Org: the college fix.com

  3 comments for “Allegheny College Holds Sex, Masturbation Tutorial – Inside a Church

  1. EES
    February 21, 2013 at 7:54 pm

    As an Allegheny College Alumni, I’d like to clear up a few points of your shoddy journalism technique. The college itself did not host this event, a student group did. Additionally, I’d prefer if you didn’t make a mockery of the education this institution provides. In the last year, the school has been featured in half a dozen chart-topping rankings from sustainability, to academic rigor, and “best buys”. That same education has led me to an ivy league school now.

    Although learning about sex is not hard-core academia, I’m sure it’ll be a useful life skill for marriages, relationships, etc, which unsurprisingly many people are not competent with. Although the location of this event is not ideal, if you would have investigated more into the attendance of the event, other available venues, and other events occurring at the same time, it would become obvious why this happened here. This same chapel hosts religious events, domestic violence awareness vigils, honor’s ceremonies, etc. I’d like to think that good outweighs the bad.

    Finally, Allegheny College gives a thorough sex education, anti-rape, training during orientation for those who wish to partake in sexual activities during their college career. So before attending this event, many of these students are far more knowledgeable in their beliefs and safety than many might assume.

    • Vic Maggio
      February 22, 2013 at 8:26 am

      I am very sorry you feel that way about my shoddy journalism technique, first of all the school authority’s are in charge at Allegheny college, not the student body. It is the authority’s at Allegheny College that made a mockery of the institution by allowing this type of crap to take place at a church on their campus. “you foolish person”

      • CJT
        May 6, 2013 at 10:58 pm

        It’s shoddy journalism if you can’t be half arsed to (yourself) contact people who were at the event or directly connected to college.

        Unlike the anti-rape seminar given during Freshman orientation which is mandatory (are you against that as well?), this event wasn’t. If one chose to attend a seminar that was not school sponsored or funded (albeit directly by the administration) that was their choice.

        I have heard stories from several people close to me in their 50’s who grew up in very religious catholic/ christian families about the shock/ horror they experienced during puberty, the infamous wedding night, and so on. And those people ended up becoming the most open minded because they didn’t want their children to have the same experiences. By open minded, I don’t mean they bought their kids booze and condoms in their early teens but rather sat down and taught them that their body is nothing to be ashamed of.

        And Ford Chapel? More than just a church. There is no true “altar” though there is religious paraphernalia that is arranged prior to the services (I’ve attended both). I have attended classes (you know “real ones”), vigils, memorial services, and town hall meetings in Ford Chapel. And quite frankly if a group of people not connected to the college have the right to use the space and then criticize the school and students, then I see no reason to not allow students to learn in a safe environment with people their own age.

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