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Portland State U. Sex Week Derides the ‘Cult of Virginity’

Portland State U. Sex Week Derides the ‘Cult of Virginity’

“how to care for your BDSM leather so it can look great and last a long time!”

This was organized by the school’s Queer Resource Center.

FOX News reports:

Portland State University’s ‘sex week’ touted ‘Chicanx sexuality’, derided the ‘cult of virginity’

Portland State University’s Queer Resource Center organized the college’s annual “Sex Week” this past week, according to a report by Campus Reform. The week featured events that focused on pologomy, derided what organizers described as the “cult of virginity” within Hispanic communities, BDSM, sex toys, and other related subjects.

“Curious about non-monogamy? Want to know how polyamorous people navigate dating multiple people in addition to school and work?” the event’s organizers wrote. While promoting the positive impacts one might get out of polygamy, the organizers were careful to encourage attendees to wear masks in order to prevent the spread of COVID.

“In order to care for one another, we encourage a culture of mask wearing,” they wrote.

According to its mission statement, the Queer Resource Center “prioritizes a racial justice framework to improve campus climate through education, policy change, and campus-wide organizing.”

The week’s festivities also included a “leather workshop” that taught attendees “how to care for your BDSM leather so it can look great and last a long time!” According to Campus reform, a professor of Chicano and Latino Studies slammed the “cult of virginity” and the “harmful ideologies about Chicanx sexuality.”

Fox News Digital reached out to Portland State University for a comment on the events. The school noted, “Sex Week is an annual event planned by Portland State’s Queer Resource Center. The week of programming brings together students, the community and local organizations in demystifying queer and trans sexuality and supporting their wellness.”


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Steven Brizel | March 9, 2023 at 8:44 am

Most assuredly, tax payer dollars and student activities fees subsidize this enterprise-you can bet that none go to any religious group on campus

MajorWood | March 9, 2023 at 1:15 pm

Portland in general has become a magnet for those with mental illness. Tolerance is the mechanism which they use to inflict their issues onto others. I think that I will add “Abby” to my lexicon of pejorative names (“Lance” for bikers, “Mario” for drivers, “Sparky” for stupid people, etc) as used in “Young Frankenstein” as a fitting descriptor for more and more people that I interact with on a daily basis. Years ago my supervisor at the Crisis Hotline advised us to “never engage the mentally ill when you are off the clock” and that has really proven to be some of the best advice that I have ever received. Saves me literally hours every day.

henrybowman | March 9, 2023 at 1:31 pm

So much hilarity to unpack here!
People who deride others for belonging to a “cult,” yet use the term “Chicanx.” (Are you Clear, brother?)
People more worried about what you put on your face than what you put on your ****.
Why bother maintaining your BDSM leather when you can just go to airports and steal better leather?
The conservative/religious girls should just respond with “I”m not a cult virgin, I simply support my wellness by sleeping only with purebloods.”

    CaptTee in reply to henrybowman. | March 10, 2023 at 2:58 pm

    Correction” “The conservative/religious girls should just respond with “I”m not a cult virgin, I am just avoiding STDs by saving myself for marriage with someone who does the same.”

Antifundamentalist | March 10, 2023 at 7:23 pm

It’s all about “personal choice” – and all choices are valid choices….unless you choose something other than promiscuity.

BierceAmbrose | March 13, 2023 at 9:14 pm

Are they kink shaming? Kink-shaming bad. Stop that.

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