They called it “Condomania.” That was the name of the University of Virginia’s first annual “Condom Olympics.” The bizarre bash was billed as a “festival of free food, free games, free prizes, free condoms, free lube, and free online coupons” that guaranteed “information about proper condom use, safe and effective forms of birth control, STI testing, screening, and prevention, sex facts, and trivia.”
And, of course, this freak fest was funded by tuition fees and taxpayer dollars.
Last year, the University of Virginia decided that it was going to slash the amount of scholarship and grant money it provides to low and middle-income students. The cuts were a part of the public school’s plan to “save millions of dollars a year, a change slated to begin in the 2014-15 school year.”
I’m sure there’s no shortage of inane youngsters at UVA who are glad this sex soiree was deemed vital enough not to cut.
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