I was listening to "The O'Reilly Factor" when there was a discussion about a Kansas State University (K.U.) Professor of Human Sexuality who has been recently accused of misconduct. My first thought was that a student had taken the class' content out of proportion or mistook the class for an easy "A" and had quarrels with the University about dropping out of the course... until I heard the entire discussion. Supposedly, as one student stated, the professor made lude comments towards women in the classroom, gestured at students with the finger if he disagreed with them OR if they had opted to 'walk-out' of the course as many had done. He has shown pornographic material within the classroom, and he has shown up for... as I call it... "Porn N' Chicken" night at the local fraternities. Okay, now, the pornographic material within the classroom... I may have to say, "Eh, not that big of a deal." It may be relevent. Afterall, it IS a human sexuality course; but when a teacher has an "All-Access" pass to some fraternity and sorority porn film festivals, that's when I would start questioning. What are your opinions on this? Should the the Professor be fired from his duties as an educator from the University of Kansas? Should the University be held accountable for the actions of one of their professors?