UCSD Art Professor Requires His Students To Get Naked And Pose?! Get The Controversial Details HERE!

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Talk about a lawsuit waiting to happen!

Professor Ricardo Dominguez at University of California, San Diego is butt nekkid in a tub of hot water after a mother of one of his students complained about his final exam.

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The exam — well, it requires students to strip and pose naked in front of the class. Whoa! If that’s the class, then we’re scared to ask what the office hours like!

The syllabus outlined the assignment as:

“A gesture that traces, outlines or speaks about your ‘erotic self(s).”

Sounds easy enough. However, the mother claimed that this requirement is a perversion.

Now in the art world nudity is commonplace — on the other hand no student should be required to be naked in front of their professor, or anyone for that matter.

The art professor stated:

“[Nudity is] the standard canvas for performance art and body art. It’s all very controlled├óΓé¼┬ª. if they are uncomfortable with this gesture, they should not take the class.”

Apparently, the professor has had the same final exam for the past 11 years — and this is his first complaint!

Of course, this is the same professor that was being investigated by Congress for sneaking immigrants across the border as an art piece.

What do you think? Did the professor cross a line?! SOUND OFF in the comments (below)!

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May 12, 2015 1:44pm PDT

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