Investigate Sex Show at Northwestern

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Investigate Sex Show at Northwestern


Investigate sex show at Northwestern

Everyone knows Northwestern's a "class act" university, but few -- especially those parents separating themselves from $52-grand a year -- could have known just how much "research" regularly goes on inside Northwestern.

Shouldn't every university offer a course on "human sexuality" covering not only the proper use of "sex toys," demonstrable "onstage" and with the aid of both a male exhibitionist and his naked woman-exhibitionist companion, being used as a "prop" for everyone's edification, while the professor studiously observes their "human sexual" reactions?

Wow, this is some inspired research.

And NU's faculty, at least initially, appeared to be rather steadfast in endorsing such educational experimentation, by rallying around the professor and stating that "Northwestern's 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 discipline."

The term "leading edge" has taken on a whole new meaning. Makes one wonder where NU grads might find jobs in a downmarket given their "cutting-edge knowledge?" If this is any indication of the level of the '60s form of liberal debauchery and voyeurism that has now inundated our highereducation system in the United States from liberal professors and faculties now in place, we're in deeper trouble than anyone thought.

This is really sick, and it should lead to an immediate investigation by educational accreditation boards, as well as prompt a number of immediate resignations at Northwestern University from the top down!

P.J. Dalton

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