In a disturbing workshop event last week, students at the University of Maryland were literally taught “How to F*** in College.”
According to Campus Reform, the course was taught by Sex ed expert Francisco Ramirez, who has a master’s degree in public health and has provided sexual health training to various organizations.
In his course, Ramirez used GIFs to give sex tips that included things like how give a good blow job and how to apply lubrication.
When Ramirez was asked why abstinence is not being encouraged, he immediately got defensive.
“It’s not like we’re either f—-ing or we’re not f—-ing or we’re masturbating or not masturbating, because at the end of the day we are all sexual beings,” he explained. “We’re already in a sexual relationship with our genitals even if we’re asexual.”
He added that, “most sexually active adults have an STI [sexually transmitted infection] and that’s okay.”
“What is tricky for me is to think right here is what we mean by culture of sex,” Ramirez questioned. “Do we mean sex positivity, do we mean encouraging sex…when people have sexuality education, when there is less stigma about sex, when people are more comfortable speaking up…they can feel more encouraged to report rape, to recognize rape when it happens.”
Something tells us that parents are not paying thousands of dollars every year in tuition so that their children can be taught “how to f***.” What do you think about this? Let us know your thoughts in the comments section.