TN lawmakers fume over state Univ's 'Sex Week'

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Source:   —  April 02, 2016, at 6:12 AM

Sex Week at the Univ of Tennessee-Knoxville kicks off April four - five days of depravity that makes Mardi Gras on Bourbon Str see love a Sun school picnic.

TN lawmakers fume over state Univ's 'Sex Week'

Youngsters at the Volunteer State’s flagship Univ are about to be engaged in in all sorts of debauchery ranging from lessons on male sexual fluidity to a lecture on “butt stuff” from an amateur porn star.

Sex Week at the Univ of Tennessee-Knoxville kicks off April four - five days of depravity that makes Mardi Gras on Bourbon Str see love a Sun school picnic.

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The star of the indicate is Sophia St. James, a self-described “queer diesel femme.” St. James will be teaching the boys and girls on Rocky Top how to “explore all the titillating crevices and protrusions of your body.”

“Fellatio, cunnilingus, analingus; maybe you’ve heard the word, presently it’s time to discover out about doing the deed,” reads a description of the Sex Week workshop.

The Univ will also allow testing around campus all week for sexually transmitted diseases – which mightn't be a bad idea.

Organizers of Sex Week told the blog Campus Reform there was grand interest from the learner body for workshops on bondage, domination, submission/sadism and masochism – not to mention, “How to Drive a Vulva.”

“These events are critically necessary and were chosen based on an overwhelming no of requests from the UT learner body, whose feedback we rely heavily upon in selecting our events,” one of the event organizers told the website.

Critics, however, are furious – particularly state lawmakers and alumni.

“The content is horrifically disturbing,” State Rep. Kevin Brooks told me. “The fact that we're using state dollars and state classrooms on state campuses to promote UT Sex Week is unforgiveable.”

Lawmakers are advancing a bill that'd prohibit UT from using any state money to promote Sex Week. The bill, authored by State Rep. Micah Van Huss, would also strip $100.000 in funding for the university’s office of variety and inclusion.

“These are taxpayer dollars, taxpayer funds,” Van Huss told me. “Frankly, (Sex Week) doesn’t represent the values of my constituents and the majority of Tennesseans.”

According to Campus Reform, event organizers are using private donations to pay for Sex Week.

Van Huss said his phones have been ringing continuous from mad alumni and citizens.

“They are embarrassed by their alma mater and that sends a beautiful powerful statement,” he said.

Over the past few years, a no of national controversies have given the Univ a black eye – most recently an “unofficial” recommendation from the Office of Variety and Inclusion that campus Christmas parties avert the Baby Jesus and Santa Claus.

“Ensure your holiday party isn't a Christmas party in disguise,” the Univ office warned.

And in the fall of two thousand fifteen, the vice chancellor for variety and inclusion recommended that the campus utilize “gender inclusive” pronouns.

Lawmakers have pleaded with the university’s administration to fix the problem – but so far – their pleas have fallen on deaf ears.

“We are absolutely shocked that this continues after repeated requests directly to the UT administration to cease and desist,” Brooks said. “If the administration of the Univ system isn't going to listen – we're going to legislate. And we're going to represent what our voters want.”

Van Huss was even more to the point.

“I don’t believe the Univ of TN to fix this,” he said. “I don’t wish to micromanage the university, but when they've shown again and again and again that they're incapable of fixing it on their own – I’ve got to step in.”

So hang in there, taxpayers. State lawmakers are about to obtain to the bottom of “butt stuff” and they promise to fix the situation.

Todd Starnes is host of Fox News & Commentary, heard on hundreds of radio stations. His latest book is "God Less America: Genuine Stories From the Front Lines of the Attack on Traditional Values." Chase Todd on Twitter@ToddStarnes and discover him on Facebook.

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