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Should College Students be Getting Their XXX Degrees?

Jack2894 Wrote: Dec 04, 2012 1:53 PM
If 50 schools have a course involving pornography that means 98.7% of schools do NOT. It also means that there are approximately 99.993% of courses do NOT. Given that ALL of the courses mentioned in this article are completely elective, i.e. voluntary, It appears that once again conservative weenies have made a completely overblown case.
eddie again Wrote: Dec 04, 2012 4:49 PM
there were zero a few years ago. have you studied the rate that colleges have begun initiating such courses?

perhaps you could enlighten us with that information before disrespecting the article.
Bondman60 Wrote: Dec 05, 2012 8:00 AM
Umm, I remember a very X-rated course, complete with porn films, at my college when I was a freshman - in 1978! Fail, eddie.
Wolfgang6 Wrote: Dec 05, 2012 12:24 PM
Eddie again: NONE of these courses are requirements for graduation. No one forces any student to take them. College is supposed to be the time when young adults inquire and satisfy their curiosity about many different subject areas. Your idea of college is clearly eliminating any subject matter that conflicts with right-wing Chrisitian ideology. That is what is frightening, not the idea of some college students watching dirty movies.
Lepanto Wrote: Dec 04, 2012 2:36 PM
Jack, it appears weenies of all ilks are having a good time at college.
That question was posed in response to a new report from WORLD on Campus about the pornification of American universities. According to WORLD, self-styled “porn scholars” in fields ranging from literature to law “believe in immersing their students in the porn culture. Last year, 50 schools offered courses that included in-depth pornography content.”

Students and their parents—many of whom take out massive loans or a second mortgage to cover outrageously inflated tuition—might “be surprised to learn they are paying…to watch, digest and learn to appreciate pornography in college.”

As someone three years out of college, the salacious details...