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May 03 2012

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COLLEGE: Porn Shown at MSU Student Event As Well as Other Universities Yet Professor Who Educates about Dangers of Porn is Suspended

EDITORIAL: Rape and sexual assaults at colleges are raging with 90% increase (and we all know these are under-reported so double that) over the past 10 year which might be explained by the fact that Porn Valley has been infiltrating your children’s universities for about that long. They now show porn videos at major student events AND they have a whole week dedicated to porn where Porn Valley comes in and has FULL ACCESS to YOUR CHILDREN!!

Our taxes pay a lot for these schools of higher education. Your children are learning how to be pimps and prostitutes from Porn Valley. That’s not higher anything. Is this what you want for their future??

As Tax Payers, YOU HAVE A VOICE. USE IT OR LOSE IT.

Monica Foster May 3, 2012 0

msuMonica Foster commentary: It’s amazing to me that pro-porn activity like this transpires on college campuses – yet the opposing view is becoming increasingly suppressed (just recently a professor was suspended for attempting to share information in regards to the dangers of porn).

courtesy timesrecordnews.com

When a junior in Midwestern State University’s Dillard College of Business saw a flier inviting him to a campus screening of “Deep Throat” Wednesday, he did a double take, shocked that the university would show one of the most infamous pornographic films of all time.

The flier promised games and prizes, including “Deep Throat” merchandise.

The student, who feared retribution if he revealed his name, said he was a nontraditional student, finding it difficult to pay the rising tuition at MSU.

“With everything being so gosh-darn expensive, to use my money to even light the projector to show this film aggravates me,” he said. “This is not what I was paying the university to do. Porn by its very nature has no educational value. It teaches nothing.”

But not all agree.

Ron Fischli, dean of the College of Fine Arts, said the “Deep Throat” showing was a student-led project for of a mass communication law class that delves into First Amendment freedoms.

One year, the class showed “Debbie Does Dallas,” another porn classic.

“The First Amendment is something that’s easier to talk about and sometimes difficult to make sure we maintain,” Fischli said.

The mark of a strong university is one where controversial things happen, he said. But this screening might not be as controversial as advertised, he said. Only a portion of the movie was to be shown and would be followed by a panel discussion.

“Democracy is a very fragile thing,” Fischli said. Such an event is worrisome to someone in his position, he said, but it’s not something he would censor because it forces students to wrestle with its delicate balance and societal questions, such as the value of human dignity and the right to speak out without endangering others’ rights.

One junior taking the journalism class that is sponsoring the film belongs to the student group Mustangs 4 Christ. Despite her First Amendment rights to speak her mind, she feared revealing her name. She said she didn’t agree with the showing of the film. “The First Amendment covers a lot of things,” she said. “This pushes my moral and spiritual viewpoints.”

Johnny Bond, a campus minister with Mustangs 4 Christ who is employed through the Tenth and Broad Church of Christ, will sit on the panel after the film clip is shown. He plans to arrive after the showing, which he called “dangerous.”

“If they were to have a class where everyone smoked marijuana to see the effects of that, some would say, ‘That’s horrible,’ and others would say, ‘I’ve got to find more of that.’ To think just because these men and women are responsible enough to live on their own and go to class, and we can just show this movie without any resulting side effects is shortsighted.”

Such a film wears down social boundaries, he said, and taints how we view the opposite sex. “It idealizes how men and women should look and perform sexually, and that’s where you run into problems in marriage.”

The “Deep Throat” showing is just one event sponsored by the class to demonstrate First Amendment rights. The students recently hosted a Pro-Choice Day and, on April 20, celebrated Adolf Hitler’s birthday, serving birthday cake in the Clark Student Center.

“It just amazes me that because we have this freedom that we have to show it to these extremes,” Bond said.

He agreed to speak on the panel Wednesday so he could recommend XXXchurch.com, an advocacy group aimed at helping addicts break free of an addiction to porn.

Promote the Los Angeles Porn Industry LIES & ABUSE to University Students or YOU’RE FIRED!

Monica Foster April 19, 2012

This toon has almost manifested 100% into reality.

Monica Foster commentary: I’ve come to the conclusion that we’re officially in the “End Times” as of today. The woman in this article, a professor, tried to educate her students as to the truth about the potential detrimental effects of pornography on one’s life, and she was suspended for it. 

***Update: Professor Price is currently suspended with pay, but has collected over 300 signatures in effort to save her job.

Meanwhile you have sextoy companies (who are of course Free Speech Coalition members) like the Screaming O sponsoring college campus events at USF (I’m convinced that their front man works directly for Satan), and Wicked Pictures screening their movies to students at UCSB.


Why even TRY to give young people the knowledge they need to make educated healthy decisions in life at this stage? Being that pornography is the psychological drug to enslave the masses of this generation why stop there? Maybe the United States should go ahead and legalize not just marijuana, but cocaine too and start distributing it to middle school kids (highschool age kids just aren’t young enough now days).


Once the middle school kids are hooked on both the porn and the cocaine – after they make it to Highschool (the ones that live that is), call in the porn companies to recruit the 16 year old girls during lunch break (the kids won’t be eating lunch anyways being that cocaine takes away your appetite). It’ll be like a job fair!  Hell, I’ve been saying for a while that the age limit to be in porn should be raised to 21, but being that it’s the END OF DAYS lets go ahead and lower it to 16. Why not? Come on psychos, if you’re going to transform Earth into HELL lets do it RIGHT!


courtesy AdultFYI.com

Gail Dines writes at www.counterpunch.org - As colleges become more corporate, we are hearing more and more stories of academics being sanctioned for having the audacity to speak out against corporate malfeasance. Not only does this limit the free speech of academics, it also serves to scare teachers into adhering to the hegemonic discourse.

The latest example is quite stunning. Jammie Price [pictured], a full professor at Appalachian State University, was suspended last month for showing the documentary The Price of Pleasure: Pornography, Sexuality and Relationships.

Distributed by the Media Education Foundation, one of the most respected producers of progressive documentaries in the country, the film sets out to look at how mainstream pornography has not only become more violent and misogynistic, but is actually in bed with major financial institutions such as credit card companies, venture capitalists, cable companies and hotels (they make more money from porn than mini bars).

After showing the film to 120 students, three evidently complained to the university administration that Dr. Price was showing “inappropriate material” in class. Dr. Price was not allowed to learn the names of the students or to meet with them, was denied a hearing, and was immediately suspended and told that she could not enter any offices or classrooms in the Arts and Sciences buildings. Should she want to obtain “materials, computer files, pick up mail …” she needed to make arrangements to be escorted by a member of the faculty.

How interesting that a university decides that an academic analysis of one of the most profitable industries in the world is “inappropriate.”

What exactly are we supposed to teach about? Maybe if Jammie Price had been in a business school and taught a case on how to make a killing in porn, she might have been given a pass. Or maybe, to be on the safe side, Dr. Price should have instead invited a pornographer to class to promote their products.

In 2008, the porn press was abuzz with the great news that Joanna Angel, owner of the porn site Burning Angel, had been invited to speak to a human sexuality class at Indiana University. No pretense was made that this was going to be an educational event by the porn news site X Critic, when they wrote, “She will be showing the students clips from her movies, handing out sex toys and enlightening them with a positive view on pornography.”

I wrote a letter of complaint to the president of Indiana University pointing out that the role of a university classroom was to educate the students, not provide a captive audience for capitalists to push their products.

 

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