Gupta, who was the 2012 "Global Citizen of the Year," insisted that anyone who criticized her anal workshop, titled "What What In The Butt," were just a bunch of haters. (OMG it just gets better. Ummm how can I break this to you? That 2012 Gobal Citizen of the Year award? That too is a bunch of poppycock!)
Saying that "What What In The Butt" added "something that was missing" during past Sex Week celebrations, Gupta admitted that there has been some criticism of the workshop. But these critics just hate gays, she decided. (Awwww well haters gonna hate right? I mean who could not want "What What in the Butt" on their campus? And a workshop telling you about all the joys of anal sex like wonderful diseases you can get from fecal contamination...what? you aren't concentrating on the negative side of this? OK Got it!)
"The conservative backlash speaks to the latent homophobia that society thinks so often it has gotten over, and has not. It speaks to these residual prejudices that people [have] when faced with a reality they’re not willing to acknowledge or respect," she said. (Listen, Ms. Global Citizen of the World...NOBODY CARES WHAT YOU OR ANYONE ELSE DOES BEHIND CLOSED DOORS BUT CAN YOU CONFINE YOUR SILLY WORKSHOP TO THE SHADY PART OF TOWN LIKE WHERE THE SEX SHOPS AND STRIP CLUBS ARE? WE DON'T WANT THEM AT INSTITUTIONS OF HIGHER LEARNING!)
The workshop, Gupta said, was "important" and gave sex partners a chance to "get an education and talk about" each other’s needs. (That's great, Harvard, one of the premier colleges in the world...teaching young minds about fecal contamination and talking about each other's needs....question: Do you hear what you are saying? Do you realize how moronic you sound? Don't answer that...it was a rhetorical question...)
Gupta went on to defend her anal sex workshop by saying that people "shouldn’t have to shamefully Google in your room at night" just to learn about anal sex. (Shame, now there's a concept I'd like to see make a comeback. I would explain, but I don't think you'd understand...and that's a real shame)
Gupta also felt that Sex Week helped destroy the old stereotypes about Harvard. (Those old stereotypes have been long gone sweetie...way before you ever got there)
"A lot of people think of Harvard as [having] old-school, ivory tower, Northeastern Protestant puritan morality--this abstinent or sexually repressed attitude toward intimacy. Part of why Harvard Sex Week exists is to open the dialogue about sex in whatever forms it is taking place," she said. (Hahahaha...when did people think this...like 40 years ago? Harvard has been lost for along time. You guys didn't start this train rolling but whatever you have to tell yourself so you can seem important)
But Gupta was also happy to help the old social mores "crumble."
"I would say that the idea America has a crumbling morality, that we have some kind of morality that’s standing, is built on repressive patriarchal conceptions of sex and sexuality," she claimed. "So if that’s crumbling, then let it crumble." (Of course your comments wouldn't be complete without mentioning the "patriarchy. I'm curious, which part of the patriarchy do you still think exists? The part where women get equal pay for unequal work because they can't meet the same standards as men so we lower them for the girls? Or is it the part where the custody/alimony/divorce laws heavily favor women and go against men because women can do no wrong? Or perhaps it's the campus rape laws that allow girls who drink and behave badly to accuse the guys they had drunk sex with of rape because they regretted what they did the night before? Also curious to know if girls can't consent to sex when they are drinking, can't the guys who are drinking blame their rapist actions on the drinking too? I mean if they are drinking and not in their right minds, perhaps they didn't consent to raping them, it just happened? Back to the patriarchy, yes when all else fails...blame it on the men)
Finally, the student activist noted that her anal sex workshop and Sex Week were all part of a "moral enterprise." (Moral enterprise...I don't even know what you want to twist that into meaning. Beam me up Scotty, there's no intelligent life here at Harvard)
Sex Week festivities began on the nation's campuses when Yale University hosted the first such event in 2002. Since then more than a dozen universities and colleges across the country have held Sex Week events. (Don't think they are having one at your college? Don't be naive. I know UT Knoxville has one and it's in the Bible belt.)
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