southbeach1500 saidCalifornia, of course!
USC students required to detail sexual history before registering for classes
A mandatory online course at USC asks students to disclose the number of sexual encounters they have had.
Many universities require students to complete a course on Title IX, but some students at USC are worried the online course they are required to take is too intrusive.
Is answering those questions mandatory or is taking that course mandatory? The article seems somewhat vague.
Who is this "campus reform" group?http://thinkprogress.org/politics/2009/10/20/65093/campus-reform-leadership-institute/
Right Wing Activist Launches College Social Networking Site
Campus Progress reports that Morton Blackwell, founder of the right-wing young adult organization, the Leadership Institute (LI), has launched a new social-networking site for young conservatives called CampusReform.
In other words, CampusReform’s young conservatives want to “smash left-wing scum,” as Tony Listi, a graduate of Texas A&M, wrote on the site.
And what does USC have to say?http://studentaffairs.usc.edu/mandatory-online-courses-for-students/
Mandatory Online Training for Students
Letter from the Vice President for Student Affairs
August 7, 2015
Dear USC Student,
Your health, wellness and safety are paramount to your success as a student at the University of Southern California. Three online learning modules are available to USC students to help inform our community about three critical subjects – alcohol use, sexual consent, and campus safety.
The three interactive courses below are designed to give all members of our student community the knowledge and tools to have a healthy, respectful, and positive experience at USC.
Oh how dreadful a letter.
Well, I don't see anything in there on mandatory personal questions.
Even the form that you show in your OP labels that the survey is anonymous. So then how is that mandatory personal information of an intrusive nature? Looks more like anyone could just fill in anything? Right?
So are you being honest in the implication of your thread, that students are required to identify themselves with the details of their sex life? Or are you being full of shit?