The Chronicle of Higher Education Reports on Female Org@sm



Today’s Topic:

Student Union. Discuss,

Says The Chronicle “People are tired of the shame and silence about sex,” say sex trainers Dorian Solot and Marshall Miller in the October 26, 2007 edition of The Chronicle of Higher Education.

Hollywood, Academia, Liberals tell us non-stop that our culture does not talk enough about sex. We are constantly told that We need to have a national conversation about sex.

This is, of course, nonsense. Our culture is a non-stop broadcast of sex-talk.

(Where were these liberals when Bill Clinton brought X-Rated testimony about various sex acts into our living rooms?)

The Chronicle of Higher Education gives the sex educators the platform to showcase “A line of little buttons that college students seem to be into, each one with a single sex word on it — words like kiss, hug, squeeze, stroke, thrust…”

Goodness. The buttons are, it seem, to help us all to talk more about sex.

As if there is not enough talk already.


Thank you (foot)notes:

Lynn Lavner says, “The Bible contains six admonishments to homosexuals and 362 admonishments to heterosexuals. That doesn’t mean that God doesn’t love heterosexuals. It’s just that they need more supervision.”

And let’s not forget homosexual/transsexual sex brought to our institutions of higher learning by sex-experts Solot and MIller,

Whatever your level of comfort and knowledge with gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgender issues, this professional training will give you a chance to learn about GLBT lives and experiences, get answers to your questions, and take away practical tips for working and interacting with GLBT people on campus, in your workplace, or as clients.

I love female org@sm logo also available on Babydoll (girly) t-shirts — $12

“Had any lately?” buttons were not seen on the web site.

Your Business Blogger would advise his students not wear any such ‘conversation starters’ on a job interview.


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