(KTHV) - Arkansas legislators are threatening to defund an Arkansas Tech University department over a sex education event called "Sex on the Lawn."The event was held by Spectrum, an LGBTQ organization at Tech, that said the event looks to "provide knowledge about practicing safe sex for everyone."But, Representative Trevor Drown (R-Dover) claimed it's the name of the event that isn't going over well with people in the River Valley.
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Drown, however, claimed that this proposal is entirely constituent lead.“We have to keep diverting our attention to Arkansas Tech because of the complaints we are getting,” he said.
He claimed the event wasn't just about sex education because he received pictures from the event of sex toys displayed on tables.“We do not want the reputation to get out that Arkansas Tech University or this community acts in that manner,” he said of the event.
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