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University Could be Defunded Over Sex Week

Jim762 Wrote: Mar 21, 2013 12:02 PM
Someone needs to confront the education community, as a whole, and find out what they believe education is all about. We have kids graduating from high school that can't read. We have kids graduating from the university who don't have the skills to earn a living. If they really believe the purpose of education is to teach kids to move-up a grade and to get a piece of paper that says they're educated, then they're doing a fine job. If the purpose is to actually have educated people with college degrees, they're failing absolutely. If they actually believe there's money in the budget for this stuff, perhaps legislators should cut funding as a message.

A group of Tennessee lawmakers is preparing to issue an ultimatum to the University of Tennessee-Knoxville – either defund the first-ever “Sex Week” or they will defund the university.

Lawmakers, alumni, and taxpayers are furious that the university allocated nearly $20,000 to fund a week-long salute to sex that included a poetry-reading lesbian bondage expert, a campus-wide condom scavenger hunt and seminars on—among other things – oral sex and lesbian erotica.

“We should be teaching these children what is important to learn so they can get jobs,” state Sen. Stacey Campfield told Fox News. “I don’t know what jobs they plan...