The College Fix followed up on Big League Politics‘ report on the sexuality course at the University of North Texas in which a lesson focused on sex pleasure in infants. What they found was disturbing.
The College Fix reports: “A college textbook that explores human sexuality suggests that instructors take their students on “field trips” to local preschools and elementary schools to observe possible “sexual interactions” between students there.
The textbook is part of a course titled “Psychology and Sexual Behavior” offered at the University of North Texas. That course made headlines last week when the news website Big League Politics reported on it, specifically what appeared to be a presentation in the course exploring “sexual pleasure and response in infants.'”
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Truly disturbing stuff.
The University of North Texas hosted a lesson called “Sexual Pleasure & Response In Infants,” according to the following photograph provided by a campus tipster. We have also obtained documents from the course “Psychology and Sexual Behavior” taught by Terry E. Davis, which include presentations on “Sexuality During Childhood and Adolescence.”: PSYC4470SexualBehaviorSpring2019
The lessonwas hosted by the University’s Psychology Department. A class worksheet (below) identifies the 8-to-9 year old age range as when children might ask about the terms “gay” and “blow job.” When asked for comment, teacher Terry Davis provided Big League Politics with the lesson plan, confirming that the class did indeed take place. LESSON PLAN: crooks_13e_ch12
Here is the class documentation, which shows presentations on “Sexuality During Childhood and Adolescence,” right after spring break:
Here are some more classroom materials:
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