Washington University holds porn star panel in main university chapel

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At Washington University in St. Louis, Missouri, students are perpetually lamenting the fact that their excellent Midwestern school isn’t mentioned more often with Ivy-caliber powerhouses. Well, this story probably isn’t going to help.

Campus Reform reports that Wash. U hosted numerous porn stars in its main chapel, in a panel called “A Night With the Stars: Life, Love, and Sex in the Workplace.” It featured presentations from adult film industry stars Tori Black, James Deen and Lance Hart.

Black has appeared in over 200 movies, including “Anal Buffet 5″ and “Deep Anal Drilling.” She was the Penthouse Pet of the Month for December 2008. The British men’s magazine “Loaded” called her the most facially attractive female performer in the industry in 2010.

Deen, a prodigious actor, has appeared in hundreds of videos including “Big Wet Asses 20″ and “Rock and Roll in My Butthole.” He will also appear in a non-porn movie in 2013 called “The Canyons,” opposite Lindsay Lohan.

Lance Hart specializes in online roles involving kinky stuff and fetishes, as he has explained on Reddit. People pay to watch him “getting kicked in the balls by hot girls,” for example, and to be “ball-gagged, bound, and getting done in the butt by a six-foot-tall black lady with a strap-on.”

Washington University students enjoyed the panel, according to Student Life, the main school newspaper. There was lots of laughter and applause.

“I really liked the panelists,” junior Colin Rice told the campus rag. “They played off of each other really well, and they told entertaining stories.”

The presentation on porn careers was just a small part of sex week at Washington University, which was funded to the tune of $10,350 in compulsory student fees, according to Campus Reform.

“The administration is very supportive of any choice the students make when it comes to funding,” Megan Lane, vice president of the Student Health Advisory Committee, told Campus Reform.

Lane also said that sex week — which occurs in some fashion on campuses all over the country, traditionally close to Valentine’s Day �“ is an expression of how modern college students “view sex as a culture.”

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