What an astounding invasion of privacy.

Blake Neff reports at the Daily Caller.

USC Forces Students To Disclose Sexual History To Sign Up For Classes

A mandatory online course for students at the University of California (USC) orders them to disclose how many sexual partners they’ve had and other personal details about their sexual history.

The online course, titled “Think About It,” was created by the group Campus Clarity and is used by USC to educate students on sexual assault and thereby comply with federal guidelines regarding Title IX.

All students are required to complete the online course by Feb. 16, or else they won’t be allowed to register for classes.

“We believe you’ll enjoy the assignment, and that this training is in line with our shared belief that Trojans care for Trojans,” USC’s Title IX coordinator Keegan Allee says in her email to USC students regarding the assigned course.

But USC students told Campus Reform that the course is full of extremely personal questions. The course begins by having students fill out a questionnaire, which includes questions like “With how many different people have you had sex (including oral) in the last 3 months?” and “If you had sex (including oral) in the last 3 months, how many times had you been drinking alcohol?”

“It was just full of super personal questions,” student Jacob Ellenhorn complained to Campus Reform.