Report: College Chaplain Tries to Hold Unsanctioned BDSM Workshop

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The chaplain of a private liberal arts college in Memphis, Tennessee, reportedly tried to hold a “BDSM workshop” on campus, Fox13 reported this week.

Rhodes College chaplain Rev. Beatrix Weil, an ordained Presbyterian minister, had planned to “host a local dominatrix to share wisdom on how to safely, sanely, and consensually learn about bondage, disciple, dominations, sadism-submission, and masochism,” according to the “BDSM 101 Workshop” invitation obtained by the outlet. The event was supposed to take place on the campus’ Burrow Hall, the report stated.

Rhodes College, which is affiliated with the Presbyterian Church, told the outlet the proposed event was canceled on Friday “as soon as it came to our attention.”

“It was not a college-sanctioned event. No such event is planned for our campus,” the school said in a statement.

According to Commercial Appeal, the administration canceled the event on November 10.

“On Monday, conservative commentator and columnist Todd Starnes wrote about the situation critically, and asserted that many parents, alumni and donors, were enraged over Weil’s attempt to host it. Other media outlets published stories, too, and word of “BDSM 101” spread further,” according to the report.

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