So is having sex outside of marriage.
So when one overly vigilant student, Sungkook Kim, took it upon himself to capture another student's login information from a university computer, where he discovered a decidedly heterosexual encounter on video, he apparently thought it was his duty to "to teach the victim a lesson."
He wrote several emails threatening exposure if she didn't send him more provocative material to add to his collection which included, images of child pornography, including a girl as young as 3 performing oral sex on a male and a 28-minute video of men having sex with girls.
The lesson she learned, was how to handle extortion. Kim threatened the female star of the film with distribution of the video. The student went to the Williamsburg police who enlisted the help of the Cyber Crime Unit at the Kentucky attorney general's office.
Kim is now facing child pornography charges.
Cumberlands President James H. Taylor declined to specify the status of either student - or his thoughts about heterosexual wrongdoings.
This is a departure from his unabashed comments following the expulsion of a homosexual student in 2006. At that time Taylor stated, "We tell prospective students about our high standards before they come. We are different by design and are non-apologetic about our Christian beliefs." He also told WLEX TV, "There are places students with predispositions can go such as San Francisco and the left coast or to many of the state schools."
This from C-J:
A student at a private, church-affiliated college in southeastern Kentucky is facing a federal child pornography charge after police began investigating him in an alleged sexual extortion plot.
Sungkook Kim, 23, a student at University of the Cumberlands in Williamsburg, was to appear in U.S. District Court in London yesterday on the charge that carries up to 10 years in prison, according to the U.S. attorney's office in Lexington...