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Northwestern University Gets “Sex-ited” For Masturbation Lessons

Ah, academia...

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Proving once more that they know no bounds, feminists at Northwestern University held a workshop Wednesday night titled “Cum*tactics.”

Just one among the many suggestive events of Northwestern’s Sex Week, Cum*tactics featured lessons by the employees of a feminist sex shop on navigating the vulva and using sex toys, as well as tips for female masturbation.

“Vulvas too confusing? Having trouble masturbating? Join us for a workshop led by the feminist sex shop Early to Bed on how to pleasure the female body,” wrote the creator of Cum*tactics’ Facebook page.

Members of Northwestern University’s Sexual Health and Assault Peer Educators (SHAPE) – a co-sponsor of the event – did not respond to inquiries from Daily Surge asking if there was a demand by female students for guidance on masturbation.

Unfortunately, events like these are a significant part of the explicit feminist agenda and extend far beyond Northwestern’s campus.

In January, the taxpayer-funded University of Tennessee held their second annual Sex Week for students which included the events: “We Can’t Stop: Orgasms and Masturbation” where the lecturer promised to ‘give them all a hand on the often frustrating topic’ (pun intended?) and “My Milkshake Brings all the Boys to the Yard: Aphrodisiac Cooking Class.”

Scrapping sex week while still succeeding in absurdity, feminists at Swarthmore College held an event last month titled “Fat Justice and Feminism” where students were told that ‘Ronald Reagan is partially responsible for all suffering of fat people, as he “f*cked everything up,”’ according to the Daily Caller.

In comparison to the University of Tennessee and Swarthmore College, Northwestern’s sex week hasn’t fallen short.

In addition to the masturbation workshop, Northwestern’s Sex Week will include a screening of “Unhung Hero,” a documentary about a man with a micropenis, and a lecture on how BDSM – the erotic practice of Bondage, Dominance, Sadism and Masochism – can foster ‘strong emotional connections.’

At the very least, perhaps these feminists are finally realizing their hypocrisy in opposing the objectification of women’s bodies while simultaneously hailing scantily clad female artists like Beyonce.

The headline event of Northwestern’s Sex Week is a feminist blogger’s lecture on “Beyonce’s new self-identification with feminism” and the “departure from traditional/academic views of the feminist movement” toward favoring the role of sex and sex appeal in feminism.

Brace yourselves.


Gabriella Morrongiello

Gabriella Morrongiello

Gabriella Morrongiello is studying political science and journalism at The George Washington University. She was founding chairwoman of the Young Americans for Freedom chapter at Oregon State University. Her work has often been featured on Fox News and the Drudge Report.

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