The University of Minnesota-Duluth, which made news by sponsoring the "Un-Fair" anti-white campaign in June, is once again causing shock waves by asking transgender activist Loren Cameron to display explicit photos of "his" sexual transformation to members of the student body.
According to Campus Reform, Cameron will be paid $4,000 by the public university for his service.
Campus Reform has more:
Cameron’s website, which also displays explicit images, says the purpose of his photography is to “provide an affirming visual resource for transgendered people and to demystify the transsexual body for the non-transgendered viewer.
“Currently, new works are in progress: self-portrait nude studies, transgenders and partners nudes and portraits and nudes of transsexual women and men,” reads Cameron’s bio on his website. “His documentation of surgical options for transmen (female-to-male) is ongoing.”
Among the explicit photos are a number that include nude individuals that look like men, often in a "body building" pose, but with female sexual organs.
Apparently university officials declined to comment for Campus Reform on how, exactly, the sexually-explicit slideshow will benefit the student body. They also declined to provide any further details.
(H/T: Campus Reform)