(CHICAGO) -- A Northwestern University professor who recently came under fire for allowing a live sex demonstration on the university’s campus has issued a statement apologizing for the fallout that followed the demonstration.
J. Michael Bailey issued the statement on Saturday saying that he should not have allowed the demonstration to take place, and that he apologizes for upsetting some people.
The incident took place Feb. 21 in the Ryan Family Auditorium on Northwestern’s Evanston campus, where a man used a sex toy to pleasure his girlfriend in an after-class sex show in the presence of students. The demonstration shot Northwestern into national news headlines as some expressed their opposition to the act.
Bailey, a psychology professor at the school, says he will not allow such an incident to happen again, but stated that he sees absolutely no harm in what happened.
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