Nothing wrong as far as I'm concerned. It was a voluntary lecture. The students were warned there would be an 'adult-orientated' section at the end. If they chose to stay, then that's their choice.
Not worthy of the attention it gets, but I do agree it is kind of innappropriate to have a woman pleasure herself in front of 600 people just for the sake of demonstrating a toy. It could have very well been done without the woman but oh well.
17th June 2002
A group of consenting adults voluntarily witnessed a sexual act for educational purposes, in a safe environment, having been warned that the sexual act would be 'graphic'?
Well then! I don't care.
Had it been a room of Year 6 students, then we might have some news here. But it wasn't, and we don't.
Sure, a live demonstration might not have been particularly necessary, but we're still on the 'who cares', and 'where were professors like this during my time in the education system' questions.
If you ask me, the biggest problem revealed here is the continued existence of the sorts of people posting comments on the FoxNews.com article. Why haven't they been culled yet?
No! I'm Spamacus!
17th June 2003
I'm not sure what the problem is. Nothing criminal took place at a private university. If conservative-minded folks want it to prevent legal adults from being exposed to such material, simply tell their kid to pay their own way through school.