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"Sex Week Should Arouse Caution"

on Thursday, 02 September 2010. Posted in Media Updates

'Sex Week' Should Arouse Caution Most of All 


The Chronicle of Higher Education (commentary)

Sex-toy raffles and giveaways? Workshops featuring graphic, violent pornography and simulated sex techniques? Teaching about polyamory but not about monogamy or abstinence?

All those events have transpired recently on campuses across the country—perhaps unbeknownst to many parents, alumni, and even professors. As the word gets out about such controversial programs, university administrators must decide what kinds of sex-education programs should be offered to their students, and

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