California University Launches Student-Funded Sex “Education” Program for Co-Eds to Teach Peers About BDSM, Kink

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Academia in the United States has been largely overtaken by the hyper-sexualized progressive, LGBT-focused agenda of the left, in which unfettered sexual freedom and exploration reign supreme. Graphic sexual curricula are being aggressively pushed on college students all around the country and now, graphic, pro-promiscuity, student-funded programs are popping up at colleges like the University of North Carolina and, most recently, the University of California, Santa Barbara.

UCSB is recruiting students to become residence hall “sex-perts” which will allow them to then teach their peers about “safe sex.” Students can become certified as a UCSB Safer Sex Peer by attending a few classes and then each quarter an additional course to maintain their certification. Once they are certified, they’ll receive free contraceptives and lubricant to pass out to all their peers. This is all being funded by the students. 

The “Safer Sex Peers Certification Training” is being run by the UCSB Department of Health and Wellness. According to UCSB’s website, “This two-unit training will cover all the basics of safer sex at UCSB including communication, gender, sexuality, pleasure, sex toys, STIs, hormonal contraception and barrier methods.”

“The training is four initial hours spread over two days with continuing education each quarter,” Joanna Hill, UCSB health education specialist, told The College Fix. “It educates students on the basics of holistic sexual health including information on communication, consent, contraception, reproduction, STIs, autonomy and agency over one’s own body, and safety.”

The “continuing education” Hill refers to is a course covering kink, BDSM, and sex toys being offered this current quarter. The UCSB website describes this additional educational session as “FUN” and “INTERACTIVE.”

“Calling all UCSB Safer Sex Peers! Come to this FUN, INTERACTIVE training to receive your continuing education credits and maintain your certification. We will be playing a brand new version of jeopardy with questions on pleasure, kink, and sex toys! 200 Wellness Points,” reads the website.

The College Fix reports that when Hill was asked about the graphic nature of some of the topics covered in the training, such as BDSM, she responded, “It is important to hold space for discourse on these topics so that if students choose to engage in these activities, they can make informed decisions that include health, safety, and consent.”

This type of graphic and over-the-top sexual education is always conducted under the guise of “safety,” yet abstinence is never presented as a viable option for those looking to avoid sexually-transmitted diseases, unplanned pregnancies, and overall mental and emotional health.

Some students are rightfully opposed to their tuition dollars being used to fund this sexual debauchery training course.

“I don’t want my tuition going to sex education,” Rosy Hill, a UCSB freshman, told The College Fix. “We get enough of it in high school and my college tuition should not be going to this. It’s unnecessary and quite frankly, I disagree with it.”

“Students can go to the local Planned Parenthood if they need contraception,” junior Oscar Ramirez pointed out. “We as college students should not be paying for it.”

Students most certainly should not be forced to pay for the sexual “education” of their peers, especially where it violates their consciences. This also contributes to higher tuition rates which are effectively crippling graduates with insurmountable amounts of debt. The College Fix says there does not seem to be an “opt-out” for students who are opposed.

Parents of college-aged children, be advised. This is what is going on with tuition money on college campuses around the country. Do the research and help your children choose a college that does not require students to support this kind of sexual education. 

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