GLBT funding bias creates controversy on campus after sex therapist teaches students how to enhance oral sex
College Station, TX— On the evening of March 16th, the Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, and Transgender (GLBT) Resource Center hosted “open-minded, liberal, free spirit” Cay Crow for a controversial "Safe and Fun Sex" seminar on campus of Texas A&M University.
Crow taught students in graphic detail ways to enhance fellatio and cunnilingus (i.e. oral sex). She specifically discussed how to put a condom on someone with one’s mouth, deep-throating, G-spot stimulation, tongue piercings, condoms, genital shaving, and changing the temperature of one’s mouth.
A copy of the email correspondence between Cay Crow, the “sex therapist,” and Lowell Kane, the director of the GLBT Resource Center shows that Texas A&M offered to pay Crow for any and all expenses, including travel, lodging, meals, and honorarium.
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This topic is especially relevant since Texas State Representative Wayne Christian passed an amendment to the state appropriations bill requiring equal funding for family and traditional values education at universities that fund GLBT Resource Centers.
The Texas A&M Student Senate recently voted in favor of funding equality between the GLBT Center and traditional moral values education. This issue has created controversy on campus, and today, opposition to the Student Senate bill and other pro-GLBT articles covered the entire front page of Texas A&M’s student newspaper, The Battalion.
“This seminar is just one of many that Texas A&M and the GLBT Center uses to push a biased and perverse sexual worldview onto Aggies,” said Marc Pitts, a sophomore student who attended the seminar and member of the Texas Aggie Conservatives student group. “Why should their views receive institutional support and funding but not the conservative values of most Texans and A&M students? Where is the fairness and diversity in that?”
“Texas A&M should not be using taxpayers’, students’, and donors’ money to teach unchaste sexual behavior to young, unmarried men and women,” said Justin Pulliam, chairman of the Texas Aggie Conservatives. “What does the university administration have to say about this funding inequality and bias?”
The seminar was held in Room 601 of Rudder Tower, began at 6:30pm, and lasted almost an hour and a half. About 125 students were in attendance. This was the 4th annual fun sex seminar hosted by the GLBT Resource Center.
For more information about the Fun Sex Seminar, visit: http://tamu.campusreform.org/group/80/blog/texas-am-hosts-graphic-sex-seminar-oral-sex
For more information about the Student Senate Bill and the GLBT Resource Center, visit: http://tamu.campusreform.org/group/80/blog/texas-am-student-senate-pushes-equal-gltb-and-family-values-funding
The Texas Aggie Conservatives is a recognized student organization of Texas A&M University. For more information, visit www.aggieconservatives.org
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