Jim Marcus and Faith Kroll performed a live sex act on stage at the Northwestern University while more than students watched The demonstration occurred after class, and attendance was optional. His discussion on bondage, swinging and other sexual fetishes included video footage of a woman who was having an orgasm, but when it was deemed unrealistic, the idea of a live sex act was introduced.
After the initial discussion at the Ryan Family Auditorium, the class were told that a couple were going to demonstrate the use of a sex toy and the female orgasm. The power saw-turned-sex toy used in a Psychology lecture at Northwestern University as demonstrated by Wierd Chicago tour operator Ken Melvoin-Berg The demonstration occurred after class, and attendance was optional. Both Professor Bailey and Mr Melvoin-Berg said they gave the students multiple warnings about how graphic it was going to be and gave them the option of leaving, which some did.
The woman undressed and got on stage with her male partner, who used the device to bring her to orgasm. Mr Melvoin-Berg said the couple are exhibitionists who enjoy having people watch them have sex, and they were not paid for the demonstration.
Professor Bailey defended the unusual demonstration, saying in a statement: Ken bragged about the demo on his Facebook site, with participant Faith Kroll responding that it was 'amazing' Mr Marcus, a musician who also teaches sex education, told the Chicago Tribune: We have fun with it.
I enjoy the attention, being seen by other people. Northwestern University, on of America's top colleges, have defended the sex act as a valuable learning experience for the students Northwestern senior Justin Smith, 21, said: They thought, "Why not give a demonstration? John Michael Bailey said it is too early to say whether he regrets the demonstration at his human sexuality class 'The main guy, Ken, said, "Are you ready for the live sex show?
Student Nick Wilson said: Those that stayed were totally into it and tried to get a better view. We had a number of them that got closer and closer. Understanding this subject is a valuable tool to utilise in their future careers. However, the president of Northwestern University Morton Schapiro said today he was launching an investigation as he was 'troubled and disappointed' by what happened.
Schapiro said he has directed that the incident be fully investigated, and he wants to clarify what constitutes 'appropriate pedagogy'. Most watched News videos.