Dawn Eden gets all squicky when young ripe college students, their bodies still lithe and supple, their minds open to the sexual possibilities of a languorous tongue or an insistent finger that causes a dizzying explosion to erupt from the very core of their being in which every cell of their firm flesh cries out to god and thanks him for this sweet release, this shuddering ecstasy, this……
Here’s Dawn on painting Orgasm t-shirts and why they are bad:
If you live in Florida, your tax dollars are enabling college students to paint their orgasms on T-shirts.
From the University of Floriday’s Independent Florida Alligator, “Orgasms painted for pride”:
Students experienced multiple orgasms outside the Reitz Union on Wednesday, thanks to a little help from the Pride Student Union.
PSU invited participants to showcase this typically private occurrence on T-shirts in the first-ever Paint Your Orgasm as part of Pride Awareness Month.
The event intended to educate people about sexual health and safety, said event director Ricky Cortez. PSU adopted the idea from other colleges across the nation.
But of course. How silly of me. Why didn’t I think of that? Teach college students “sexual health and safety” by encouraging them to deprivatize their privates.
The upside, I suppose, is that they can no longer claim a “right to privacy.” Sorry, lady, you gave that up when you wore a self-portrait of your genitalia across your breasts.
The article continues:
“We want to break that taboo with sexuality whether you’re gay, straight or on the fringes,” Cortez said. “It’s not something you normally talk about. When you see a shirt with ‘My orgasm is …’ on it, it gets attention.”
Pride Awareness Month provided materials, including 150 white T-shirts and colorful tubes of paint, which allowed students to paint shirts for free. They also had the option of decorating construction paper.
“We’re going to make sure we give every T-shirt out and that every one has an orgasm on it,” Cortez said. He added they would get more shirts if necessary.
Because coordinators wanted to integrate more than painting, they teamed up with UF organization Vox: Voices for Planned Parenthood, which provided condoms, pamphlets and other sexual information. A Planned Parenthood representative attended to address any questions or concerns.
UF student and Vox member Jackie Brenner decorated a T-shirt with glitter and paint.
“I’m painting a woman’s body with the beauty of an orgasm radiating through her,” Brenner said. “That’s what I’m calling it: Radiation of Beauty.”
To apply the coup de grÃ¢ce, Dawn offers up this quote from Elizabeth Anscombe
Those who try to make room for sex as mere casual enjoyment pay the penalty: they become shallow. At any rate the talk that reflects and commends this attitude is always shallow. They dishonour their own bodies; holding cheap what is naturally connected with the origination of human life. There is an opposite extreme, which perhaps we shall see in our day: making sex a religious mystery. This Christians do not do. Despite some rather solemn nonsense that’s talked this is obvious. We wouldn’t, for example, make the sexual organs objects of a cultic veneration; or perform sexual acts as part of religious rituals; or prepare ourselves for sexual intercourse as for a sacrament.
Speak for yourself, babe….