Starnes: Universities Using Tax Dollars to Fund Sex Week Filth

The Todd Starnes Show covered universities around the nation hosting “Sex Week” — seven days of debauchery paid for by American taxpayers.

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Should taxpayers fund 'Sex Week' on college campuses?

National radio host Todd Starnes discussed what each public university does with taxpayer dollars to fund modern-day Sodom and Gomorrah.


Here is a copy of the transcript:

TODD STARNES: Grace Baker, are you aware of what this week is across America on university campuses across the fruited plain? [00:02:27][41.9]

GRACE BAKER: [00:02:28] Well, yesterday was Valentine’s Day. [00:02:30][2.5]

STARNES: [00:02:30] Yes, and that was just the launch of Sex Week across America. [00:02:34][3.9]

BAKER: [00:02:35] What? [00:02:35][0.0]

STARNES: [00:02:36] Yeah. So your tax dollars are being used to host these weeklong events. Grace Baker at public university campuses across the fruited plain. [00:02:47][11.4]

BAKER: [00:02:48] Well, man, when I went to school, I missed out on that. Clearly, we didn’t have that. [00:02:51][3.0]

STARNES: [00:02:52] You want to know why? Because of yours, truly. So back when I was at Fox News Channel, this is my one claim to fame in the Volunteer State back when I was at Fox News Channel. We had a bunch of good God-Fearing Baptists in Knoxville, Tennessee, at the University of Tennessee, and they got wind of all sorts of debauchery going down at. I mean, they were bringing in drag queens and strip artists. [00:03:14][22.4]

BAKER: [00:03:15] I remember that. [00:03:15][0.3]

STARNES: [00:03:15] And member rappers, prostitutes, the whole nine yards. So yours truly took it upon himself to save the volunteer state from becoming Sodom and Gomorrah. And so I wrote a story about it. The state legislature went bonkers, and they threatened to pull all the funding. They said, Hey, vine, yo, what do you want to get? You want to let the kids get naked and do Lord knows what and embarrass the fish in the Tennessee River- fine have at it. But you’re not going to use our tax dollars. And guess what happened? Lickety split and pardon the use of those terms of this conversation about lickety split. They stopped sex week. [00:03:53][37.8]

BAKER: [00:03:54] Well, thank you for that. Because, yeah, I think that happened. What? Twenty fifteen twenty fourteen right around the time I was, you know, graduating high school about to go to college. [00:04:01][7.9]

STARNES: [00:04:02] You’re welcome. Grace Baker. And so it is. But but that is not the case at other schools around America. This is from the from inside higher ED and folks, your tax dollars are being used to pay for all of this. This is this is the kick in the pants, if you will, from the writing. Maria Carrasco, an inside higher ED For many colleges and universities, Valentine’s Day provides the perfect entree to Sex Week, a series of events and workshops on everything from consent and body image to contraceptives and SDI testing. Among this year’s more creative offerings, they make your sex toy workshop and condom bingo in which players use condoms to mark their cards. Among other things, people come to campus with a wide variety and levels of education about sex, said Tami Simpson, vice president for community and inclusivity at Hood College in Maryland. They hosted their first ever sex week last week. Quote “We feel like having a week long program normalizes the conversation and allows us to be open and communicate about not only sex, but sexuality, pleasure and sexual health.” The college hosted eight events, including a professor led discussion on the reproductive journeys of transgender and non-binary people. Got to be honest with you, folks, not sure that’s a journey I want to go on. The queer student union co-hosted a condom bingo and joined the Black Student Union to sponsor Black Love Day, in which students were invited to gather, eat together and meet new friends. You know, Grace, I’m a pretty open minded person, but I’m not sure I want to eat a baloney sandwich around that crowd. [00:06:07][125.2[00:06:09] I’m just saying. [00:06:10][0.6]

BAKER: [00:06:10] No way. [00:06:11][0.2]

STARNES: [00:06:11] Yeah, that’s just a little disgusting to me. [00:06:13][1.9]

BAKER: [00:06:13] Just a bit. [00:06:13][0.3]

STARNES: [00:06:15] Amanda. [00:06:15][0.0]

BAKER: [00:06:16] Its the lunch hour. You really have to start the show this way. [00:06:18][2.7]

STARNES: [00:06:20] We’re just getting started. Tulane University The Green Wave brewer scheduled more than 20 sex related events this week, starting with a six week kickoff giveaway of condom kits and sex toys. [00:06:33][13.3]

BAKER: [00:06:34] Whoa! [00:06:34][0.0]

STARNES: [00:06:34] Students can, oh, you know, in our family, Grace Baker, we were big. Half the family there was like an intelligent side of the Starns family that like Jeopardy. [00:06:44][10.1]

BAKER: [00:06:46] Sure. [00:06:46][0.0]

STARNES: [00:06:46] You know, that’s their game, and then the other part of the family loved Wheel of Fortune and I was the Wheel of Fortune side of the family. We just watched Wheel of Fortune. We weren’t big on Jeopardy. I mean, not that that means you’re less smart or stupid, but I’m just saying in your family, you know, hierarchy, you had the Jeopardy crowd, then you have the Wheel of Fortune crowd and you have the family feud crowd. [00:07:09][23.1]

BAKER: [00:07:10] Sure. So normal. [00:07:11][1.2]

STARNES: [00:07:12] All right. I just want to. So anyway, we are wheel of fortune and you’re always wanting to buy a vowel. We love that. My aunt Patty, from West Memphis, Arkansas, was on Wheel of Fortune when I was a kid. It was like it was the big story here in Memphis, Tennessee, at the time. Back then, not much was happening at Memphis, so that was a big year anyway. Tulane University’s hosting a game show tune called Wheel of Fornication. [00:07:34][22.0]

BAKER: [00:07:35] No. [00:07:35][0.0]

STARNES: [00:07:36] Students will be. [00:07:37][1.0]

BAKER: [00:07:38] You made up that name? [00:07:39][0.7]

STARNES: [00:07:39] No, I’m not making this up. It’s in the inside higher ed website. [00:07:44][4.5]

BAKER: [00:07:45] Oh,. [00:07:45][0.0]

STARNES: [00:07:46] Students can play a wheel of fornication game to win small prizes. I guess size doesn’t matter. While learning facts and statistics about sex and sexuality or they can attend, the Black Bodies Need Love Too discussion. Oh my God [00:08:02][16.8]

BAKER: [00:08:03] can I just throw up for no prize? No prize for two hundred [00:08:09][6.7]

STARNES: [00:08:10] At Ohio State University students? The student advocates for sexual health awareness. SASHA. That’s the acronym. SASHA is hosting 20 events, including one centered around writing Thank you notes to abortion providers in Ohio and Texas. [00:08:27][16.9]

BAKER: [00:08:27] Oh my gosh. [00:08:28][0.4]

STARNES: [00:08:30] A spokesperson for Ohio State University says no tax dollars were used to sponsor the event. That’s bull. If it’s on the event, it’s being sponsored by your tax dollars, period. SASHA is also hosting a discussion on gentle masculinity and Yeah, they yes, it’s the wussification of manhood. That’s what that’s about. It’s hosted by a dude named Skyler. They’re always named Skyler. [00:09:04][34.2]

BAKER: [00:09:06] Wow. Note to self. [00:09:07][1.3]

STARNES: [00:09:09] So Skyler is the is a dude. But Skyler is the first openly transgender NCAA Division One swimmer. Now this event is being held in conjunction with Lion’s Den, a national sex shop where students can learn about different sex toys and gear. [00:09:28][19.3]

BAKER: [00:09:33] I’m speechless. [00:09:33][0.1]

STARNES: [00:09:33] This is what’s happening across America, ladies and gentlemen. You folks in North Carolina, they’ve got sex week at the University of North Carolina, Charlotte. They’re hosting 11 events, including a do it yourself sex toy workshop. Is that kind of like the build a bear? You know, at the mall. [00:09:49][15.5]

BAKER: [00:09:49] Yes. I don’t want to think of it that way. I like Build-A-Bear, [00:09:52][2.6]

STARNES: [00:09:53] don’t want to be stuffing those toys anyway. The Sex Toy Workshop. Back by popular demand from last year at which a student can pick up a toy mold and make their own sex toy using a silicon mixture at the dating profile photoshoot, students can get their photo taken to add to their online dating profile for apps like Tinder and Bumble. What is what is Bumble? What’s that like? I don’t know what to know. [00:10:22][28.9]

BAKER: [00:10:22] Yeah. Now not only do I want to know that’s that’s a whole nother discussion. We’ve got it. [00:10:26][3.5]

STARNES: [00:10:26] We had to inform the people, that’s what we’re doing here. [00:10:28][2.4]

BAKER: [00:10:28] Basically, the different apps like on Tinder, I know the guy’s first contact the girls and then I think on Bumble, it’s like the girl’s contact. The guy’s first. And then there’s another one for other types of-[00:10:40][11.9]

STARNES: [00:10:40] whatever happened, whatever happened to going to church and meeting somebody at Sunday School, whatever happened to that, I know that’s kind of old school, [00:10:48][8.2]

BAKER: [00:10:49] old school Todd, tired old school or go, you know, meet someone at school or whatever. That’s what I did[00:10:54][5.2]

STARNES: There’s also a speed dating event at the University of North Carolina, Charlotte, where students go on mature dates again. Watch what the size men are at your dates. [00:11:02][7.9]

BAKER: [00:11:03] I do, replied Papa. [00:11:04][1.0]

STARNES: [00:11:04] I don’t know. Unbelievable. The group’s signature drag show is also going to be held along with a Rocky Horror picture show screening. There you go. [00:11:16][12.0]

BAKER: [00:11:17] Sounds like a week of fun. [00:11:18][1.1]

STARNES: [00:11:19] So look here, folks, you need to understand something, and I hope that I hope you don’t misunderstand what I’m about to say. If you have a child who is currently enrolled at a public university across America, you need to get that child the hell out of that school. These are, I mean, folks, this is Sodom and Gomorrah, and this is happening at university campuses all over America. Again paid for by your tax dollars. Princeton University, by the way, not paid for by your tax dollars- will celebrate National Condom Day with a condom sculpture. University health services will provide the condoms in increments of 50 50 condoms per person. The event will also feature judging and prizes. Wentworth Institute of Technology hosted an event called I Love Female Orgasm, a program put on by the Sex Discussed Here Organization. The university explained that it was open to orgasm aficionados and beginners of all genders. I’m reading this straight out of the straight off of the university. Email here, folks. They want to learn it’s for students who want to learn about everything from multiple orgasms to that mysterious G-spot. You say, Todd, why are you sharing this on the radio? Because you need to understand what your tax dollars are being used for in America. You need to understand, ladies and gentlemen, that the state legislatures are responsible for funding these universities and you need to be on the phone sometime today talking to your elected leaders, saying, Wait a second, what is my money being used for at the University of Wherever? Now, here’s the thing. By the way, back to Hood College, one of the events called cookies and condoms and HIV testing, I think I’ll take a pass on those cookies. Thank you very much. But this is what’s going on. At your public universities, these kids aren’t learning how to be engineers. They’re not learning how to be doctors or nurses. They’re not learning how to be educators, they’re they’re learning how to deconstruct our values, our morals. And it’s happening right under your very nose and you don’t even know it because you don’t know you got it. You have a life to live. But this is where we come in handy because we’re more than happy to share this god awful Sodom and Gomorrah information with you. But listeners of the Todd Starnes radio program? But yeah, my recommendation? Yeah, I would. I look, I would just take your kid out of the public university, put them in a good private college where they’re at least going to get an education and they’re not going to get exposed to up to fornication. They’re not going to get exposed to a some sort of a communicable disease, which is what it sounds like is happening at Ohio State University and all these other places. So look, we’ve got to take a break here. This is the launching point today, ladies and gentlemen. But we’ve got a country to save. [00:14:29][190.1]