SHOCK VIDEO: Public university teaches students how to perform anal sex, use c*ck rings

Katherine  Timpf
Former Reporter

  • Emphasis on 'eco-friendly sex,' lube
  • Teacher compared wooden sex toys to 'art pieces'
  • Funded by the university, which receives federal and state taxypayer funds
  • Jessica VonDyke, the workshop's teacher, compared wooden sex toys to "art pieces."

    The University of Maryland (UMD) hosted a sex workshop on Tuesday, in which student attendees were given explicit instructions on how to perform a number of sex acts using sex toys and "fetish gear." 

    In the exclusive Campus Reform video, Jessica VonDyke, the owner of a local Washington D.C., sex shop called The Garden, appears instructing students on a number of racy topics including the proper use of c*ck rings, sex toys, hygiene, lube, anal toys, and prostate play.  

    "You can actually put this in a pot of boiling water after you're done playing with it, totally sterilize it, then put it in somebody else's butt."   

    "It's also good for prostate play, you can put it in people's butts," VonDyke told students, brandishing a  a large sterling silver object.

    "Items like this, which are actually kind of like art pieces, like you could totally leave this out on the coffee table when your mom comes over and she would never know," she said.

    SHOCK VIDEO:  Publicly funded sex workshop at the University of Maryland

    VonDyke also explained the benefits of wooden sex toys.

    VonDyke, a self-identified "poly, queer femme," according to the university's official event's description, also discussed the details of her own sex life — including how often her partner gets yeast infections.

    As a public university, UMD receives federal and state taxpayer funds. Organizers of the Oct. 15, event did not appear to verify the age of attendees despite the fact that some students at the school are under the age of 18. Around 50 students attended.

    Neither the university or The Garden, responded to Campus Reform's requests for comment in time for publication. It is unclear how much the school paid to host the workshop. 

    The Garden, according to it's website, has a “commitment” to “eco-friendly products,” according to its website.

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    Katherine  Timpf

    Katherine Timpf

    Former Reporter
    Katherine Timpf is a former reporter for Campus Reform. Kat currently works for National Review and Fox News, where she regularly appears on hit programs such as Outnumbered, Fox and Friends, and The Greg Gutfeld Show. She is also a stand-up comic, and performs at venues throughout the country.
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