Critics, however, are furious – especially state lawmakers and alumni.“The content is horrifically disturbing,” State Rep. “The fact that we are using state dollars and state classrooms on state campuses to promote UT Sex Week is unforgiveable.” Lawmakers are advancing a bill that would prohibit UT from using any state money to promote Sex Week. Micah Van Huss, would also strip 0,000 in funding for the university’s office of diversity and inclusion.Click here to join Todd’s American Dispatch: a must-read for Conservatives! The university will also provide testing around campus all week for sexually transmitted diseases – which might not be a bad idea.Organizers of Sex Week told the blog Campus Reform there was great interest from the student body for workshops on bondage, domination, submission/sadism and masochism – not to mention, “How to Drive a Vulva.” “These events are critically important and were chosen based on an overwhelming number of requests from the UT student body, whose feedback we rely heavily upon in selecting our events,” one of the event organizers told the website.Van Huss said his phones have been ringing non-stop from angry alumni and citizens.
Youngsters at the Volunteer State’s flagship university are about to engage in all sorts of debauchery ranging from lessons on male sexual fluidity to a lecture on “butt stuff” from an amateur porn star.Sex Week at the University of Tennessee-Knoxville kicks off April 4 - five days of depravity that makes Mardi Gras on Bourbon Street look like a Sunday school picnic. James will be teaching the boys and girls on Rocky Top how to “explore all the titillating crevices and protrusions of your body.” “Fellatio, cunnilingus, analingus; maybe you’ve heard the word, now it’s time to find out about doing the deed,” reads a description of the Sex Week workshop.