[Ed. – Come on. How old do students have to get before activists stop thinking they need this stuff? What’s next, “sex weeks” in adult cont-ed curricula?]
There’s an interesting dichotomy going on in Utah these days. On one hand, the state’s governor is facing protests for having defunded Planned Parenthood. On the other hand, the flagship school in the state’s public university system, The University of Utah, hosted “sex week” – an event which is mostly about supporting Abortion, that was funded by Planned Parenthood, the ASUU (Associated Students of the University of Utah) and two of the school’s departments.
In August 2015, Utah Governor Gary Herbert directed the state health department to withhold about $230,000 in federal money originally intended for Planned Parenthood of Utah. …
Meanwhile, at the University of Utah (UU), Planned Parenthood was working with Students for Reproductive Justice (funded by the ASUU), UU’s College of Social Work, and UU’s Office of Equality and Diversity to develop Sex Week, a four day program (Feb. 8-11) indoctrinating young adults into the liberal views of birth control and having abortions.