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Faith Kroll says she'd do Northwestern Univ. sex toy demo again

Faith Kroll says she'd do Northwestern Univ. sex toy demo again
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(CBS/WBBM) EVANSTON, Ill. - Faith Kroll is speaking out on twitter after she and fiancee Jim Marcus climbed on stage in front of about 100 Northwestern University students and demonstrated the use of the motorized sex toy at a recent gathering for a human sexuality class.

"Exhibitionism is not nudist," Kroll wrote on her Twitter accound. "I liked being ME and don't chose to hide me in general. not just my body."

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Even as the president of the university is demanding an investigation, Kroll claims that if the circumstances were the same, she'd do it again.

"I feel no shame n i would repeat my actions if the circumstances were the same," Kroll wrote on her account. "[T]hat is not to say i would gon do this allday newhere." [sic]

In the statement from the school, President Morton Schapiro said he was "troubled and disappointed" by the incident and said Prof. John Michael Bailey exercised "extremely poor judgment." He also said he had called for an investigation.

The Feb. 21 demonstration was part of the popular class taught by Prof. Bailey, the Sun-Times is reporting. More than 600 students take the class, which the course description says "will treat human sexuality as a subject for scientific inquiry," reports CBS affiliate WBBM.

At the gathering - which reportedly did not take place during class time - Kroll's fiance penetrated her with a sex toy. Ken Melvoin-Berg, the guest speaker at the gathering, who arranged for the demonstration, described it thusly:

[Kroll] got on stage and took her pants and her panties off. She lay down on the stage and put a towel underneath her...Then [the man] plugged [sex toy] in. He brought her to orgasm right there on stage. That was the end of it, other than the fact that we had positive comments from everybody in the class.

The Daily Northwestern quoted Prof. Bailey saying of the response to the demonstration, "Sticks and stones may break your bones, but watching naked people on stage doing pleasurable things will never hurt you."