Canada’s Guelph University Romps Through Perversion at 29th Annual Sex Conference
By Peter J. Smith
GUELPH, Ontario, Canada, April 3, 2007 (LifeSiteNews.com) – The University of Guelph will host its 29th annual Sexuality Conference June 18-20 to train today’s missionaries of sex education to pave the way for a post-Christian tomorrow.
After a continental breakfast available to help sex educators network and get to know each other, the conference kicks off with the topic: “Sexual Rights in a Multicultural Society: How Do We Measure Up?”
During the research forum on “Women’s Reproductive and Sexual Rights: A Global and Local Perspective” attendees consider three brief research presentations followed by questions, answers and discussion, such as “The ‘Fire Slut’ Versus the ‘Dyslexbian’– Depictions of Active Female Sexuality in Forest Fire Suppression.”
The conference will also host “Resources and Policy Briefs for and About Sex Work”, which aims to provide policies for prostitutes – sex workers – with brochures on “security, health, money management and exotic dancing.” The Sex Trade Advocacy and Research (STAR), a coalition of researchers, sex workers, and sex
worker and health organizations mobilized this project to maximize the health of women who sell their bodies for money.
The Conference also delves into how to make sex education more student-driven with “Out of the Cubicle and into the Classroom: Student Driven Sexual Health Programming in Secondary Schools.” However, according to recent news reports, American students as early as 5th grade are pioneering this one, demonstrating the lessons of sex education during other classes or school gatherings without any compunction.
This year, attendees will consider that today “just say no” constitutes “an ineffective and problematic prevention approach” to sexual assault. Instead, in the “Negotiation of Sexual Consent in Adolescence and Young Adulthood”, attendees will study what sexual consent “actually looks like.”
Much attention is paid toward helping sex educators/counselors show LGBTQ (Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transexual, Queer) clients and employees greater “sensitivity and inclusivity [sic]”. Polyamorists, however, do not get the short shrift as “Help! My Client is Polyamorous” teaches how to deal sensitively with polyamorist relationships. A polyamorist leads the course.
However, the gospel of this brave new world would not be complete without workshops on “Queer Family Planning” explaining the 9 week courses on creating children: Dykes Planning Tykes or Daddies & Papas 2B. Transsexuals are not left out as “Developing a Health Advocacy Course for Trans Men Considering Parenting.” addresses such questions as “What does it mean to be a man with a womb?” and “the numerous related medical, legal, social and political challenges.”
The 29th Guelph Sexuality Conference follows an entire week dedicated to promoting post-Christian amorality with the Sexual Attitudes Reassessment Weekend (June 9-10) and the Intensive Sex Therapy Training Program (June 11-15).
See related LifeSiteNews.com report:
Ontario Catholic Teachers’ Union Website Promotes Bizarre Guelph Sexuality Conference