Unbelievable! College forces students to reveal sex histories for past three months

In an outrageous invasion of privacy by the government, students at one university are being forced to answer questions about their sex lives before enrolling in classes.

Students at Florida Atlantic University are being asked questions such as, “How many times have you had sex (including oral) in the last three months?” and “If you had sex (including oral) in the last three months, how many times had you used a condom?” reported WPTV.

Cheryl Soley, a student at the university, said she had to answer the online questionnaire before being allowed to enroll.

“I just don’t understand why questions pertaining to how many times I’ve had sex have anything to do with campus life,” Soley said. “It has to be changed. It is a total invasion of privacy.”

According to WPTV, the questions are part of a required online course called “Think About It.”

FAU spokesman Joshua Glanzer said the course is required by federal law in order to offer training about sexual assault and prevention.

“Nationally, approximately 20 percent of women report being assaulted while in college. To help reduce this percentage, federal law now requires all universities offer training to students about sexual assault and prevention, and the U.S. Department of Education recommends mandatory training for all incoming students. To comply with this federal mandate, universities throughout Florida and the nation are rolling out similar training modules,” Glanzer said in a statement to WPTV.

“This is the first year we’ve conducted the training provided by the vendor, and we will continually assess to determine whether changes need to be made,” the statement read. “We fully support the national emphasis placed on the prevention of sexual violence on university campuses through the Campus Save Act, and this training is just one part of a holistic approach to building a culture of prevention, and ultimately, a safer campus.”

Students like Soley aren’t buying it.

“How do I know who is viewing that information…and can it be used against me,” Soley questioned.

FSU said the answers are kept confidential, according to WPTV.

As for Soley, she eventually answered the required questions despite her objections as she was told she would not be able to enroll in classes otherwise.

Big Brother really is watching. And apparently he’s a voyeur.

Carmine Sabia

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