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July 13, 2012


Lawsuit Filed Alleging College Professor Required Students To Masturbate, Reveal Sexual Fantasies

What is your child’s college teaching?  I think every parent paying for a college education should be emailed this article. 

A college instructor at Western Nevada College is accused of requiring students to masturbate and publicly reveal personal sex-fantasies in order to pass a “human sexuality” class, according to a federal complaint filed in U.S. District Court last month.

Tom Kubistant, the instructor, allegedly forced freshman and late-high school students to “openly discuss their orgasms” and masturbate, according to the federal complaint, filed by former Western Nevada College student and aspiring social worker Karen Royce, 60.

Kubistant “locked the classroom door” and played a “90-minute movie… depicting females engaging in sex and having an orgasm,” Royce’s complaint says.

He also allegedly told the class, which included high school students taking the class for college credit, he would “increase their sexual urges to such a height that they won’t be able to think about anything other than sex.”

Kubistant “announced to the entire class they must masturbate if they intended to pass the class,” according to the complaint. This was after Royce voiced her objection to the assignment, which she says made him “agitated.”

The complaint also reveals Kubistant assigned a final term paper entitled “A Sexual Case Study… You!“ Though the term paper was considered ”confidential,” it was to be turned in to Kubistant and never returned to students. The assignment required students to explain how they lost their virginity, any sexual abuse they have experiences, what gets them sexually aroused, their masturbation habits and their promiscuity behaviors, among other things.

  Details on the lawsuit are here.


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9 comments

I’m sure he was just trying to accumulate data in order to conduct scientific research. Just like Kinsey, who paid child molesters to accumulate data. Nothing sinister here. Move on.

[1] Posted by SpongJohn SquarePantheist on 7-13-2012 at 12:32 PM · [top]

Can’t wait for special rites to be developed to celebrate masturbation and the loss of one’s virginity.

[2] Posted by DaveG on 7-13-2012 at 12:41 PM · [top]

And to think that there are those who say that American higher education is in crisis.

[3] Posted by Jeffersonian on 7-13-2012 at 12:52 PM · [top]

Why is anyone taking a human sexuality class?  Why is anyone PAYING MONEY to take this worthless class?  Surely it cannot be REQUIRED.

[4] Posted by old lady on 7-13-2012 at 01:10 PM · [top]

I think the professor might be finding himself in a sticky situation…

[5] Posted by B. Hunter on 7-13-2012 at 02:04 PM · [top]

#5!!!

I can only guess what’s on his hard drive. The computer hard drive.

[6] Posted by Ralph on 7-13-2012 at 05:04 PM · [top]

this smacks of Dr. Reardon’s “growth study” that lead to massive lawsuits against St. Francis Hospital in Hartford after 50,000 pornographic slides of child patient/victims where unearthed.  sounds pretty sick.

[7] Posted by elanor on 7-13-2012 at 06:13 PM · [top]

Just wait until Kubistant has his final… in prison!

[8] Posted by Festivus on 7-13-2012 at 06:54 PM · [top]

This man is sick! Truly sick!!

[9] Posted by SC blu cat lady on 7-13-2012 at 09:20 PM · [top]

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