5 Crazy Examples Of Universities Spending Thousands On ‘Sex Weeks’ And ‘Drag Shows’

5 Crazy Examples Of Universities Spending Thousands On ‘Sex Weeks’ And ‘Drag Shows’


American universities are increasingly willing to shell out big bucks on political programming.

For instance, the University of Oregon dropped $25,000 on hiring 1619 Project founder Nikole Hannah-Jones to deliver a virtual speech. Purdue University paid critical race theorist Robin DiAngelo $7,000 for a similar lecture. Hannah-Jones discussed “racial inequality,” while DiAngelo told attendees that she tries to “be less white.”

When schools bankroll events related to the LGBTQ+ movement, the content tends to get even more bizarre. Before, during, and after “Pride Month,” once-great American universities routinely fund drag shows, “sex weeks,” and visits from raunchy activists.

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Here are five examples.

University of Arkansas — “Yass, Hogs”

The University of Arkansas dropped $11,500 on a virtual drag show.

As Campus Reform revealed through a FOIA request, the payment — $10,000 of which came from student fees — funded 60 minutes of performance time from seven drag performers. One of the performers, Jaida Essence Hall, was the winner of the twelfth season of RuPaul’s Drag

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