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Penn State Professor Recommends Students Watch Gay and Lesbian Porn to Convince Themselves They Are Bisexual

Do you believe you aren't bisexual? In other words, have you not looked at gay porn? This is all about the sexual nature of the world, as per a certain professor.

As demonstrated in a SOC 119 video on YouTube, Penn State (Pennsylvania State University) academic Sam Richards recently taught sociology students all about sexuality. On December 6, Richards addressed students in his “Trans Issues, TERFs, and The Binary” discussion, claiming, “We're all, very much, easily bisexual.”

For those who are skeptical of your own open-mindedness, Sam has provided evidence. Take a look at the proof in the pudding:

“[W]atch gay and lesbian porn.”

Apparently, that’s all you’ll need to do.

He provided insight on male students in particular:

“If you feel that feeling, look in a mirror. And say, ‘Huh. Maybe I’m just feeling some things that I’m just afraid to release.’ And maybe you release that, and maybe you’d be surprised that maybe you actually are fine being more bisexual.”

Today, colleges don't restrict erotica. And that isn’t just concerning students. It concerns administrative services and curriculum, too. It's all about freedom: “Princeton University Offers ‘Black Plus Queer in Leather’ BDSM Course,” “California University Hosts ‘Kinky Karaoke,’ Ad Features Naked People Perched on Sex Toys,” “University’s ‘SEXXX’ Week Welcomes Hookers to Discuss Legalization, Raffles off Cylindrical Supplements,” “Dirty Work: Universities Try to Sell Students on the ‘Positives’ of Sex,” “University Professor Says Sex Work Is the ‘Best Thing’ for Young Adults,” “Harvard’s ‘Sex Week’ Features ‘Orgies 101,’ Proves COVID Recovery Is in the Can,” “State University Hosts Pornographic ‘Sex Toy BINGO'.”

As for Sam's sociology course, Penn State promotes its popularity:

”Every semester 725 students register for SOC 119, the largest race and ethnic relations course in the country. In that room they have the opportunity to re-examine the world and challenge what they believe to be their place in it from a new perspective. His class is praised by students and faculty from all sides of the political spectrum.”

Campus Reform reported that they contacted the professor for comments about his porn suggestions. His response shows the hairpin trigger: “What I’ve seen in my life is that pretty much everyone can get aroused by pretty much anything sexual—including gay sex images or videos. And once aroused, in my humble opinion, we’ve walked into the world of bisexuality or multi-sexuality.”

The evidence:

“I have friends/acquaintances who’ve spent a long time in prison, and they have homosexual sex. They’re ‘straight’ until they need or want intimacy, and then they have homosexual sex.”

Sam said that “none of this is a political statement or idea pushing for some radical gender agenda.” It's just “thinking sociologically and thinking outside the box.”

The next time you consider thinking sociologically, you should be sure to do it in a private setting.

However, your true sex may not be what you think it is. According to the expert:

“[W]e are all, at some level, nonbinary.”

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