Remember when the joke was you went to college and majored in Underwater Basket Weaving?
Well, no more. Now, you get pay the college to role play, and one student gets to be the pimp, and the other gets to be the hooker. Now, while it doesn’t say so, I’ll bet in the interest of political correctness, fairness, and equal opportunity some women got to play the pimp and some guys got to play the hooker. Luckily the CU Provost put a stop to this nonsense, and some students said it was “so dumb, really, really dumb.” One wonders how stoned the college professor was…if you’ve been to Boulder, you know that is a definite possibility…
CU Provost Russell Moore sent an email to students, faculty and staff on Monday saying sociology professor Patti Adler is being suspended from teaching the class because of complaints from students who did not want to participate in a role-playing skit. Students said they felt their grades would be affected if they did not participate.
The report in the Boulder Daily Camera described the skit. One actor played a female prostitute who was sold into slavery another played a pimp. Alder said the skit “enlivens visibly the stratification hierarchy of prostitutes.”
The report said school officials deny they are trying to force Adler out. Adler, 62, told students the skit on prostitution was seen as a risk to the university. READ MORE…
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