Clemson University is demanding that students and faculty provide their sexual histories including the most salacious details. (Or they were, until Campus Reform raised an outcry.)
Clemson University is requiring students to reveal how many times they’ve had sex in the past month and with how many partners.
In screenshots obtained exclusively by Campus Reform, the South Carolina university is asking students invasive and personal questions about their drinking habits and sex life as part of what they’ve billed as an online Title IX training course.
“How many times have you had sex (including oral) in the last 3 months?” asks one question.
“With how many different people have you had sex (including oral) in the last 3 months?” asks another.
This is a result of the Campus SaVE Act of 2013, a Democrat-driven law that mandates colleges and universities to “do something” about sexual violence, and by do something, they meant collect lots and lots of personal data and, oh yeah, strip males accused of sexual assault of all Constitutional rights and protections.
Liberals used to freak out about this level of Government intrusiveness. But now, Obama is in power, and it’s all right for the state to collect very personal intimate data, for the Common Good, don’tcha know.