How far will it go — the degeneracy, the depravity, the blasphemy, the vile insults moonbats vomit all over everything good and decent — if we don’t start pushing back? The rot has reached even rural Meadville, Pennsylvania:
Allegheny College’s Ford Memorial Chapel was transformed into a boudoir of sorts Wednesday night, as professional sex educators advised students in attendance how best to touch themselves and their partners to reach orgasm in what was billed as an educational seminar.
The chapel, built and dedicated in 1902, is where Catholic mass and non-denominational services are conducted every week at the private liberal arts college in northwestern Pennsylvania. But all that took a back pew to Wednesday’s festivities, dubbed “I Heart the Female Orgasm” and hosted by a variety of student groups on campus.
The two sex educators, Marshall Miller and Kate Weinberg, talked students through a variety of masturbation techniques during the event.
Moonbattery.com readers have met this pair before. Apparently they make a living traveling from school to school to perform their lewd vaudeville act, which their website describes as “a mixture of interactive activities, lecture, discussion, multimedia, funny stories, and question and answer.”
Surely the chaplain defended his chapel from such vulgar desecration. Or, given the gutlessness and corruption that characterize so many of the people who should be defending decency from moonbattery, maybe not.
In statements to The College Fix, the college’s chaplain defended the event’s location, calling its theme “responsible,” and a campus spokesperson said it offered a “great message.”
While the chapel is hosting services in conjunction with Lent, on Wednesday the building turned into a sexual marketplace of sorts, as student groups sold buttons, t-shirts and hats bearing the program’s name inside the chapel itself after the event concluded. They also sold the book written by program coordinators Marshall Miller and Dorian Solot titled “I Heart Female Orgasm: An Extraordinary Orgasm Guide.”
This being a college campus, there were other books on hand to help students quench their thirst for knowledge. During her performance, Weinberg
held up two books titled I’ll Show You Mine and Petals, encouraging students to flip through them after the program: “We’ve got two amazing books up here with pages and pages of art photographs of vaginas and vulvas.”
The spectacle was financed with student fees.
If the college offers filmmaking classes, they should have shot a porno movie in the church while they were at it. At least that way the students might learn marketable skills.
On tips from Artfldgr and Muddypaw.