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Educational Live Sex Act Draws Fire From Northwestern University President

March 3, 2011 by Brett Wilkins in Education, Sex with 1 Comment

Faith Kroll: Teacher or Titillator?

An educational live sex act in which a woman was brought to orgasm by a power tool in front of a group of Northwestern University students and one parent has drawn the ire of the prestigious Chicago school’s president.

A group of about 100 students in psychology professor John Michael Bailey’s human sexuality class were invited to an optional, after-class demonstration by guest lecturer Ken Melvoin-Berg in which he discussed various sexual fetishes, including bondage, swinging and exhibitionism. The talk included video footage of a woman having an orgasm, but the group decided it was unrealistic and introduced the idea of a real, live woman being pleasured right then and there.

(Photo: Stockroom.com)

The assembled students were warned several times that the demonstration would be extremely graphic and several of them left the auditorium. Then, Jim Marcus and his fiancee Faith Kroll, self-professed exhibitionists, took to the stage with a machine-powered saw with a phallic object where the blade ought to have been. Kroll undressed and Marcus, who also teaches sex education, spent the next three minutes or so using the “fucksaw” to bring his future wife to orgasm in front of the students, many of whom kept moving in closer to get a better view. The mother of one student, who decided to drop in on her kid’s class that day, also witnessed the erotic lesson.

Northwestern senior Justin Smith told Britain’s Daily Mail that the demonstration was “something I will remember for the rest of my life.” “The students seemed to be incredibly pleased,” Melvoin-Berg said. Well, duh.

While the students may have been incredibly pleased, university president Morton Schapiro definitely wasn’t happy when he learned about the unorthodox demonstration. Schapiro has launched an investigation, saying he was “troubled and disappointed” by what happened. “I feel it represented extremely poor judgment on the part of our faculty member,” he opined. “I simply do not believe this was appropriate, necessary, or in keeping with Northwestern University’s academic mission.”

 

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  1. Robson Francisco via FacebookMarch 4, 2011 at 4:16 amReply

    Its the end of humanity. The end of respect and familial values…

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