Yale Students Receive Bestiality, Incest Sensitivity Training During ‘Sex Weekend’

New Haven, Connecticut — Students at historic Yale University recently received sexual sensitivity training during a four-day workshop called “Sex Weekend.”

Among the various seminars presented included a training program entitled “Sex: Am I Normal?” featuring Dr. Jill McDevitt, a sexologist who operates a sex shop in West Chester, Pennsylvania called Feminique.

“It tries to get people to be more sensitive … to sexual diversity,” McDevitt told the publication Campus Reform. “We’re not all heterosexual, able-bodied folks who have standard missionary sex.”

During the event, the 40 students in attendance were polled about their sexual activity. Approximately 52 percent said that they had engaged in masochism, 9 percent admitted that they had received money for sex, and 3 percent said that they had experimented with bestiality.

“People do engage in some of these activities that we believe only, for example, perverts engage in,” said event organizer Guilana Berry. “What the goal is, is to increase compassion for people who may engage in activities that are not what you would personally consider normal.”

Students also had an opportunity to submit discussion topics anonymously. According to a report in the Yale Daily News, a number of submissions related to “sexual fantasies involving family members.”

“At first, yes, the fact that so many people brought it up surprised me, but then I thought it might be more of a psychological thing we might all have,” said student Alex Saeedy. “I think that’s what the point of the workshop was — to bring up things we thought were so taboo, and desires or urges we criticize are just regular parts of sexual psychology.”

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However, some were deeply disgusted that these types of behaviors were promoted as being acceptable. A number of readers of Yale Daily News debated the issue online.

“What a waste of our money and our time. … It is also absolutely disgusting,” wrote one student named Stephen. “Yale, you should be ashamed of yourself!”

“This is revolting. How about pedophiles? Should we not judge them either?” asked a commenter named John. “Universities used to be a civilizing force. Now they are brainwashing machines which turn human beings into animals. I used to teach at Yale. Glad not to be associated any longer.”

“Often times, the same proponents of libertine sexual behavior turn against the Church and Her doctrine of moral practice, claiming that it is an Institution that fosters abuse. Yet, in this context, moral aberrations are presented as ‘fantasies,'” wrote a third. “Does this episode at Yale spell the end of Ivy League education? In some respects I fear the answer is yes.”

In addition to the workshop with McDevitt, “Sex Weekend” also included a showing of the homosexual film Paris is Burning, and a seminar featuring the sex toy company Avital Isaacs, which was characterized as a “fun and feisty presentation” on the event website.

Carrying the motto “Light and Truth,” Yale was founded in 1701 as a college to train ministers and political leaders. Pastor Ezra Stiles, one of the school’s early presidents, required all freshmen to study Hebrew, so that they could read the Old Testament in its original language, and a group of ten local pastors is credited with donating books to create the university library.


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