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Published On: Tue, Jan 9th, 2018

University of California-Santa Barbara offers students graphic lessons on oral sex

The University of California-Santa Barbara offers its 24,000-plus students many lessons, including step-by-step instructions on how to master “deep-throating during oral sex.”

College Fix chronicled the shocking efforts by the public university: “The advice is doled out through a website hosted by the public university called SexInfo Online, edited by UCSB students who have studied advanced topics in human sexuality and overseen by the school’s sociology department.”

It is notable to admit that SexInfo Online has been around for over a decade, but is maintained regularly, including its article on “deep throating,” which was last updated in December 2017.

It’s the graphic nature of the new updates which are being called into question.

The “Deep-Throating During Oral Sex” article is written in a largely clinical yet conversational tone, and offers tips on each stage of fellatio, including graphic illustrations that depict different positions of how the penis can be inserted into the mouth.

As for its deep throating guide, sections of this article include “Where to Begin,” “I Can’t Breathe!” “Practice, Practice, Practice!” “Communication Is Key,” “What About the Ejaculate?” “What about Condoms?” “What’s Next?” and “Concluding Remarks.”

“As with other forms of oral sex, deep-throating can either be done with the intention of future vaginal or anal penetration or not,” the guide explains, adding it can also be “performed on a toy for sexual pleasure, either alone or with a partner, between two females, or if the receiving partner likes to wear a strap-on and receive fellatio.”

 

public domain photo/’65 Pontiac

 

Other examples of articles published on SexInfo Online include “Situational Homosexuality,” “Sexting,” “The 5 Love Languages,” and “Arguments For and Against Abortion.” The website also teaches that “it is possible to change gender and/or sex.” There’s also sections on topics such as asexuality, body image, miscarriages, and even “snuff films.”

UCSB sociology Professor John Baldwin told The Fix that “SexInfoOnline.com is pretty popular.”

“We reach people in 200 nations and receive questions from many English-speaking states and nations. We answer all the questions that we receive. For my large class of 600 students, I have some PowerPoint slides that remind the students to use the website, and the information is on the class syllabus, too,” Baldwin said in an email, adding most of the feedback about the site is positive.

“When users tell us that we have erroneous information, we check to make sure we are up-to-date and fix any errors,” Baldwin said.

Students can also earn academic credit for working on the website, Baldwin said, adding he only allows his “very best A+ students to participate in the class that hosts SexInfo.”

About the Author

- Catherine "Kaye" Wonderhouse, a proud descendant of the Wunderhaus family is the Colorado Correspondent who will add more coverage, interviews and reports from this midwest area.

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