The demonstration followed a popular Northwestern University class on human sexuality. Around stayed for the optional session Bailey arranged afterward. With the professor's approval, Melvoin-Berg brought in year-old Faith Kroll and her fiance, Jim Marcus, to demonstrate the use of a sex toy. Marcus performed a sex act on Kroll using a motorized device while Melvoin-Berg narrated. Melvoin-Berg and Marcus say their appearance was initially supposed to be a mostly question and answer session -- not involve sex. But instead it became a three to five minute demonstration and they say they warned students it would be graphic.
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Northwestern University professor John Michael Bailey allowed a guest lecturer to narrate the use of a sex toy -- referred to as a "fsaw" -- on a woman who was not a Northwestern student during a Feb. The motorized device, seen here, was equipped with a phallus during the demonstration. A Northwestern University professor is defending an explicit after-class demonstration involving a woman and a motorized sex toy, saying, "thoughtful discussion of controversial topics" is a cornerstone of education. Professor John Michael Bailey, who has taught psychology at the Illinois university since , said the Feb.
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To be fair, the presentation was optional. But since this is a liberal-arts college, the show was attended by around students. Biden supporters are appalled that Harris went after a fellow candidate because she was friends with his late son Beau.
Jim via Flickr Here is a disclaimer I never expected to write for this column: Today's commentary includes some graphic discussion of sex. If this might offend you, please exercise discretion before you continue reading. My year-old daughter is a journalism student at Northwestern University, where she is very happy. One of her favorite classes is the psychology course in Human Sexuality she is taking this quarter from Prof. John Michael Bailey.