Sexual education center at Canadian university hosts orgy party for students

Sex club owner Jana Matthews in one of Oasis Aqualounge's indoor sex stations. (Colin McConnell/Toronto Star)

Sex club owner Jana Matthews in one of Oasis Aqualounge’s indoor sex stations. (Colin McConnell/Toronto Star)

You can’t make this stuff up.

A Reddit post linking to a Facebook event hosted by a student group at the reputable and publicly funded University of Toronto sent the internet into a tailspin today. The sextracurricular event in question is called “SAW Sexy Social” (SAW stands for Sexual Awareness Week–as if university students need a specially designated period of time to be aware of sexuality, but I digress.) The group organizing it is U of T’s Sexual Education Center. While technically classified as a club, the University’s student government has set up an annual levy where students by default pay a nominal amount to the SEC as part of their student fees.

According to the official Facebook page for the event:

Come out and enjoy all the amenities of Toronto’s best sex club with your favorite group of friends.

SEC has rented out the Oasis Aqualounge to allow students to enjoy the space at a greatly reduced cost with a crowd of their peers. Just show your student card at the door and you and your guest can enjoy the hot tub, heated outdoor pool, bar, and sauna.

The Oasis Aqualounge doesn’t hide the fact that its primary offering is a myriad of locations and scenarios for individuals to have sex.

Oasis Aqualounge is a water themed adult’s playground in downtown Toronto where you can escape day to day life.

An adventurous place to sun, soak and explore your sexuality. Enhance your relationship and reignite your passion at Oasis Aqualounge. Couples and women only Thursday through Bonus Sundays. Single gentlemen are welcome at our Monday and Wednesday events.

The facility normally charges an admission cost of $80 per couple but will be admitting students at the cost of $5 for this event as the SEC rented out the entire facility on January 21st.

While this isn’t the first year that such an event has been held, this appears to be the first year that anybody outside of the club’s own membership learned about it. The University itself refused to condone or condemn the event, merely stating that it does not get involved in events by student groups unless laws are being broken.

As the facility and SEC will be restricting admission to students of 19 years of age or older (with students being permitted to bring one guest, provided he or she is under 35 years of age), as long as all sexual activity is consensual, no laws will be broken.

From the perspective of the SEC, they certainly know their market. Most students would rather be in the company of sexually unhibited, naked college coeds than attending class on a Monday in January.

One of the event’s organizers posted a response to accusations that this event is an “orgy” to Reddit.

It’s not necessarily an orgy. In fact, at last year’s event there wasn’t a ton of sex in the open as there are secluded places within the club to go to. we also have a no sex on the first floor rule so people can avoid the it if they please.

We will have a number of marked volunteers assisting the regular staff to ensure that everyone is having a good experience and is respecting all the other attendees.

We will be providing a myriad of safer sex supplies including condoms (both latex and poly-isoprene), nitrile gloves, dental dams, and lube so that everyone can be as safe as possible

First off, I have never heard anyone say that something is “not necessarily an orgy.” One would assume that would be one of the few areas of life in which something was black and white.

As for the marked volunteers ensuring “everyone is having a good experience,” I can only assume that means complementary handjobs courtesy of the University of Toronto.

Organizers can mince words as much as they’d like about whether or not an environment in which students are encouraged to strip down and explore sexual desires with friends, partners and strangers or an orgy or not, and they can also continue to press that this is consensual and they are encouraging safe sex, but the reality is that this is a taxpayer- and tuition-funded sex show.

While I would doubt that students would need encouragement to engage in sex, U of T’s SEC thinks that they do. They’re even going so far as to supply a venue for copulation and a buffet overhormonal teens and young ‘adults’ to enjoy it with. Welcome to the next generation of post-secondary education.

Real classy, University of Toronto.


Andrew Lawton is Landmark Report's founder and publisher and a North American radio and television personality. In addition to hosting The Andrew Lawton Show on AM980 in London, Ontario, he is also a contributor on Canada's Sun News Network. Andrew, the King of Canadian Social Media, tweets as @AndrewLawton.

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