The “right to privacy” when it came to the bedroom was the casus belli the Left used to upend social sexual mores and institute contrary values; the “right to privacy” when it came to sex was never the purpose, but solely the means. Now that the end of upsetting and recombobulating sexual norms has been achieved, “the right to privacy” when it comes to sexuality can be readily eschewed.
A case in point comes from a requirement that Clemson University tried to push that would have required students to list their sexual history, or be punished for refusing to do so.
“[T]he South Carolina university is asking students invasive and personal questions about their drinking habits and sex life as part of what they’ve billed as an online Title IX training course.
“‘How many times have you had sex (including oral) in the last 3 months?’ asks one question.
“‘With how many different people have you had sex (including oral) in the last 3 months?’ asks another.
“[T]he school says that failure to complete the course will be a violation of the ‘Student Code of Conduct, General Student Regulation 8: Failure to Comply with Official Request.'”
The university backed down do to an outcry… this time. But they will undoubtedly go further. After all, how else can a university crush “rape culture” and lack of signed and notarized consent for each and every detail of an act of sexual congress?
After all, the private is now public.