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SHOCK VIDEO: You Won't Believe the Workshop This Public University Hosted For Students on Campus

EDITOR'S NOTE: This article contains mature, graphic content that may be offensive to some readers. Proceed with caution.


A public university reportedly hosted a workshop on Tuesday aimed at teaching students how to pleasure themselves using various sex toys.

College news website Campus Reform uploaded a video to YouTube on Friday showing Jessica "VonDyke," owner of a Washington D.C. sex shop, instructing University of Maryland students on campus about a number of explicit topics.

"It's also good for prostate play, you can put it in people's butts," VonDyke told students, holding what Campus Reform described as "a large sterling silver object."

"Items like this, which are actually kind of like art pieces, like you could totally leave this out on the coffee table when your mom comes over and she would never know," she said.

Watch the shock video, courtesy of Campus Reform (NOTE: The video contains mature content that may not be suitable for all viewers):

VonDyke told students that some sex toys are "actually kind of like art pieces" that could be left "out on the coffee table when your mom comes over."

TheBlaze has chosen not to publish some of the additional details because of their mature and graphic nature.

According to Campus Reform, UMD receives both federal and state taxpayer funds as a public university.

About 50 students attended the event, the college news outlet reported, and school officials did not appear to verify the age of attendees despite the fact that some students at the school are under the age of 18.

A spokesperson for UMD was not immediately available for comment to TheBlaze on Saturday morning.

(H/T: Campus Reform)


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