Notorious ‘sex week’ at Yale faces the axe

By John Jalsevac, LifeSite News

Every two years undergraduate students at Yale university are invited to two weeks of pornography, porn stars, fetishes, sex toys and sex talks, all in the name of the university’s infamous “Sex Week.”

But if the university’s president and a committee tasked with studying campus sexual climate have their way, Yale’s most notorious event won’t happen again – at least not on Yale property, or using Yale’s name.

In a September 15 report issued by the Advisory Committee on Campus Climate, members of the committee said that they heard “over and over” from students, faculty, and staff that “Sex Week” is “highly problematic.”

Every two years undergraduate students at Yale university are invited to two weeks of pornography, porn stars, fetishes, sex toys and sex talks.

While the student-led initiative began as “a campus-wide interdisciplinary sex education program,” the committee charged that “over time, this event clearly has lost the focus of its stated intention.”

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