University of Vermont Hosts ‘Sex Toy Bingo’ Using Tuition Dollars
“All expenses were paid using student tuition dollars, an investigation by Young America’s Foundation revealed.”
This is a little far-out, even for Vermont.
The YAF blog reports:
University of Vermont Hosts “Sex Toy Bingo” Using Student Tuition Dollars
The University of Vermont hosted an all-inclusive night of “Sex Toy Bingo,” complete with “sexperts,” sex toys, and condom giveaways last week. All expenses were paid using student tuition dollars, an investigation by Young America’s Foundation revealed.
“Interested in a fun, inclusive night of BINGO, Q&A with sexperts, sex toy prizes, condom giveaways, and more? Come to Sex Toy BINGO,” the University Program Board posted on Instagram. “We all need a safe place to talk about sex (and play some sex toy BINGO). You know you want to come!”
The University Program Board is comprised of nearly 40 undergraduate students who are paid a stipend for their service. Board member compensation, as well as the expenses associated with their events, are paid for by a $1,305 per-student semesterly fee.
Although the Program Board did not respond to YAF’s request for information, a copy of the bingo card from a previous year’s event was found on the organization’s Facebook page.
The bingo card featured various sexual terms, including “spank me,” “vibrating panties,” and “sex toys.”
Earlier in the semester, the Program Board welcomed students to an “annual UVM tradition to learn about everything from multiple orgasms to that mysterious G-spot,” according to another Facebook post.
Donations tax deductible
to the full extent allowed by law.
Except the G spot here is Grifting.
Bet somebody has their cam phone out to record these students’ BINGO faces for posterity.
What the University of Vermont has managed to accomplish here is GENIUS:
They’ve found a way to convince a group of 18-21 year olds, and their parents ,
to pay thousands and thousands, tens of thousands, of US dollars
in order to talk about, joke around about — masturbating.
Next, parents of undergrads will pay for the university to teach that it’s usually a good idea to drink some water when you’re feeling a bit thirsty.