Indiana University recently held its university-sponsored “sex fest” on campus but suddenly cancelled the same event it was busily defending.
(Caution: This story contains descriptions that some may find offensive.)
IU shut down the last day of “sex fest” after video surfaced of a female in her underwear being “spanked” with a paddle by a man as others watched.
Campus Reform reported the six-second video was taken by a student congressman, Matt Ahmann, who posted the video on Twitter and shared it with the education watchdog group to publicize the controversial three-day workshop that he opposed.
Ahmann wrote in a social media post that Indiana University is “morally bankrupting my generation.”
The public university, located in Bloomington, is home to more than 40,000 students.
The irony of IU cancelling due to the video is that campus sponsors of “sex fest” claim it is necessary because students are requesting more information about “kinky” sex involving ropes, paddles, and whips. The video appeared to take place with an audience watching.
Linda Harvey of Mission America says nobody should be surprised about “sex fest” because IU is home to the 70-year-old Kinsey Institute, named for twisted, discredited researcher Alfred Kinsey.
“And it proudly promotes sexually permissive and high-risk behavior,” she says, “based on Alfred Kinsey's fraudulent research."
The bigger issue, Harvey says, is that parents are paying for their children to attend college only to be exposed to bondage and sadomasochism.
Room and board, and in-state tuition at the University of Indiana are approximately $21,800 annually.