The Third Annual Texas Transgender Nondiscrimination Summit was scheduled to be held at Texas A&M in August, but a conservative group expressed its outrage over the idea…after there was a seminar on Safe and Fun Sex sponsored by the TAMU GLBT Resource Center.
[Sex therapist Cay] Crow taught students in graphic detail ways to enhance fellatio and cunnilingus (i.e. oral sex). She specifically discussed how to put a condom on someone with one’s mouth, deep-throating, G-spot stimulation, tongue piercings, condoms, genital shaving, and changing the temperature of one’s mouth.
Texas A&M should not be using taxpayers’, students’, and donors’ money to teach unchaste sexual behavior to young, unmarried men and women. What does the university administration have to say about this funding inequality and bias?
–Justin Pulliam, chairman of the Texas Aggie Conservatives
Unchaste behavior on college campuses? Say it isn’t so! What do they think this is? A drive-in theater?
Organizers of the transcoder event said:
The climate at A&M for GLBT people has taken a big hit, and right now anything can fuel those fires.
The lack of supportive responses from TAMU administration has been perceived as condoning a campus that is not affirming for members of the GLBT community.
–Josephine Tittsworth, event organizer
So the event has been moved to the University of Houston, where it has been held before without incident.
PS: We have left New Jersey to do some vacating in Vermont an extended weekend. I will not be able to respond to comments until some time on Sunday.