Thursday, March 3, 2011

"Sticks and stones may break your bones, but watching naked people on stage doing pleasurable things will never hurt you."

Ahhhh. And I thought I went to a liberal college, where my human sexuality class taught me all about homosexuality and one of my publish-perfect A+ papers was based on the topic of butch and femme in lesbian relationships. But my post-secondary schooling sure as hell didn't include a live demonstration of a female orgasm, although I definitely would've been one of the students choosing to stay.

Did you all hear about this??
A popular and provocative human sexuality class at Northwestern University in Illinois had the distinct pleasure (no pun intended) of being witness to a woman being brought to an electrically operated power tool that had been converted to a dildo.
It looked something like this:

The professor believed that the demonstration would allow the students to further explore the intricacies of sexuality as a scientific inquiry and saw nothing wrong with offering the demo to his senior class. The peep show was optional, although most of the students chose to remain in class to watch it and, by all eyewitness accounts, these students were falling all over each other to get a "better view". (duhhhhhh....of course they were!) The girl was penetrated by her boyfriend and the entire ordeal took 3.5 minutes from start to finish. (I know! Where can we get our hands on one of these toys? They sound highly effective...)

The boys being interviewed by news media were highly charged as they left the demo class, although many did state they thought the demo was unneccesary. The others, not interviewed, had raced home, or, more likely, into nearby bathroom stalls; unable to talk to the media.


Mayan_Love_Goddess said...

3.5 minutes you say? ... I need to get my drill back from my Ex! STAT!!!

M said...

I wonder what your adsense ads are going to be now...

J.Rube said...

Strangely, or not.. The ads are for cleaning and removing bad odours right now. Bad odours!! Ha

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