Wonder what Chancellor Sandra Day O'Connor thinks about the latest travesty going on at her prestigious school:
Some students at the College of William & Mary are questioning the use of student activity funds to bring a controversial cabaret-style show to campus.
The "Sex Workers' Art Show" was performed Monday on the campus. Various student groups, including the campus gay and lesbian organization, helped to sponsor the event. The show travels nationally featuring former and current sex industry workers. It attempts to dispel negative stereotypes.
"It's degrading to women!" said Ashley Bush, a William & Mary freshman. "I heard they had prostitutes there showing you how to do things that you really don't need to do."
The show was sold out with 300 attendees. More than 100 had to be turned away. $3,000 was requested by the Lambda Alliance to sponsor the show, however, only $1,800 dollars from the Office of Student Activities was awarded. The Women's Studies Department donated $200. The Lambda Alliance also brought the show to campus last year.