Erste US-Uni verlangt von Studenten, ihr Sexualleben offenzulegen
Der Kampf gegen die Rape Culture geht weiter:
Clemson University is requiring students to reveal how many times they’ve had sex in the past month and with how many partners.
In screenshots obtained exclusively by Campus Reform, the South Carolina university is asking students invasive and personal questions about their drinking habits and sex life as part of what they’ve billed as an online Title IX training course.
"How many times have you had sex (including oral) in the last 3 months?" asks one question.
"With how many different people have you had sex (including oral) in the last 3 months?" asks another.
In a campus-wide email, the South Carolina university announced that all students, faculty, and staff would be required to complete a mandatory, one-hour long Title IX training course by November 1.
"We believe you’ll enjoy the assignment," the email, provided to Campus Reform, reads. "It is an engaging and informative online course, created with students for students. It will provide you with useful information regarding sexual violence and relationships. The course promotes a healthier and safer campus environment."
(...) The training also makes the claim that one in four women will be sexually assaulted while in college, which according to one student Campus Reform spoke to, instills an atmosphere of fear on campus. According to the latest crime statistics provided by Clemson, two forcible sex offenses were reported in 2012, four in 2011, and two in 2010.
Offenbar vor allem aufgrund von Protesten von Eltern ist das verpflichtende "Training gegen sexuelle Gewalt" derzeit erst einmal ausgesetzt worden.