western nevada college human sexuality class

Western Nevada Professor Orders Students To Masturbate And Describe Orgasm Or Fail The Course

Western Nevada College Professor Tom Kubistant allegedly required students to masturbate and reveal their sex fantasies in class in order to pass human sexuality class. A federal complaint was filed against Professor Kubistant in U.S. District Court, The Blaze reports. Kubistant also reportedly told the class of high school and early college students that he would “increase their sexual urges to such a height that they won’t be able to think about anything other than sex,” according to ABC News. Department Chairman Robert Morin and College President Carol Lucey allegedly dismissed Royce’s complaints that the assignment constituted sexual harassment and were invasive.

Royce’s attorney Ken McKenna told ABC News that Royce had been a victim of sexual abuse and was shocked b the nature of the personal inquiries and the nature of the assignment. “How the authorities for this college could allow this man to conduct his class in this fashion and in effect say that’s OK with us is so outrageous it’s beyond belief,” McKenna stated during the interview.

Professor Kubistant also allegedly told the students to make lists about the style of sex and sexual positions the had engaged in as a homework assignment, and later read the essays aloud in class. The final exam in the Western Nevada College human sexuality class was a sexual case study term paper. Kubistant instructed the students to describe losing their virginity, arousal, climaxes, festishes and other sexual experiences in the paper.

Western Nevada College representative Anne Hansen maintains that school authorities reviewed the course syllabus and spoke with students after Royce filed a complaint about the human sexuality class. According to Hansen’s statements to ABC News, the school’s investigator did not find any evidence to support claims of sexual harassment.

Royce was reminded by Western Nevada College legal department that she had signed a waiver at the beginning of the human sexuality course noting the curriculum ma contain language that would make students feel uncomfortable and that Professor Kubistant had the “upmost freedom in teaching and in research,” The Blaze reports. The course waiver did not imply that students would be required to masturbate and describe their orgasms in order to pass the human sexuality class at the Western Nevad College.

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