The police called the University of Sydney after protesters protested the words of Bettina Arndt

Almost 40 students (in the picture) were blocking the corridors of the University of Sydney while protesting the talk of the sex therapist Bettina Arndt

Riot police were summoned to a university while protesters pushed and shoved students attending a talk by a sex therapist.

Almost 40 students were blocking the corridors of the University of Sydney while protesting the talk of sex therapist Bettina Arndt.

Ms. Arndt said the protesters were "criticizing" the people trying to enter her conference and described it as "heinous behavior" when the police arrived around 6 p.m. to alleviate the situation.

Almost 40 students (in the picture) were blocking the corridors of the University of Sydney while protesting the talk of the sex therapist Bettina Arndt

Almost 40 students (in the picture) were blocking the corridors of the University of Sydney while protesting the talk of the sex therapist Bettina Arndt

Ms. Arndt (pictured) said the protesters were "mistreating" people trying to enter her conference and described it as "heinous behavior".

Ms. Arndt (pictured) said the protesters were "mistreating" people trying to enter her conference and described it as "heinous behavior".

Ms. Arndt (pictured) said the protesters were "mistreating" people trying to enter her conference and described it as "heinous behavior".

He apologized to the attendees for having to call the police to handle the situation regarding the students' rights to freedom of expression and debate on various subjects.

The self-styled social commentator was offering a lecture on the subject "Is there a rape crisis on campus?" On the city campus on Tuesday.

The images uploaded to social networks show several students screaming and singing against the attendance and the conference of Mrs. Arndt in the university.

According to the work of university students, Honi Soit, Ms. Arndt said that women should be more responsible for sexual assault crimes.

He also said that universities should not interfere with any accusation that arises, stating that "the risks of being violated on campus are very low."

In addition, the student document writes that Ms. Arndt stated that universities are "100 times more secure" for women than "indigenous communities and difficult neighborhoods."

The images uploaded to social networks show several students screaming and singing against the attendance and the conference of Mrs. Arndt in the university

The images uploaded to social networks show several students screaming and singing against the attendance and the conference of Mrs. Arndt in the university

The images uploaded to social networks show several students screaming and singing against the attendance and the conference of Mrs. Arndt in the university

He also warned that NSW is modifying the sexual consent laws after the rape trial against Luke Lazarus, the Daily Telegraph reported.

The former private schoolboy had been accused of raping an 18-year-old virgin in an alley in Kings Cross, behind his father's Soho nightclub, around 4 am on May 12, 2013.

Mr. Lazarus, now 26, admitted that he and Saxon Mullins had anal sex in the alley, and that the woman was on all fours. The couple had left Soho on Hourigan Lane three minutes after meeting on the dance floor.

He was initially convicted of rape in 2015, but after 11 months in prison, he was granted a new trial and subsequently acquitted.

Arndt's controversial views provoked the wrath of protesters and women's rights advocates

Arndt's controversial views provoked the wrath of protesters and women's rights advocates

Arndt's controversial views provoked the wrath of protesters and women's rights advocates

Ms. Arndt said it was not surprising that the case fueled such outrage and was used as a means to change the state's sexual consent laws.

"It does not mean that we should go down this path of tipping the rules to really disadvantage men who are falsely accused."

He continued to advise young men not to take chances and always look for the "yes". Enthusiastic when they seek to perform any sexual activity.

"It is absolutely shocking that women on this campus have been told they can change their minds about consent."

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