COLLEGE IS A TIME FOR MAKING NEW FRIENDS, partying and having a lot of sex. Thanks to these college groups, you can have all three.
Below are some of the sexiest student clubs, past and present. You might want to rethink the whole not being a joiner thing… right about now.
1. Harvard: College Munch, a BDSM Discussion Group
If you thought Harvard’s Boink magazine was a kinky as the school got, you were wrong.
In November 2012, Harvard approved a Harvard College Munch, a group where people gather to discuss BDSM and the greater kink community. The founder Michael told the Harvard Crimson that the official status made him tear up.
“It’s a little hyperbolic for me to get teary-eyed and paternal about sophomores, but it’s really a joy to see the experience they will have now,” Michael said.”
Michael sounds like a masochist in his relationships.
2. Columbia University: Conversio Virum
Harvard Munch is merely a newer version of Columbia’s Conversio Virum, which has been a meeting place for people digging on kink since way back in 1994.
And not the vanilla “Fifty Shades of Grey” stuff.
The club recruitment at Club Day at College Walk has been known to feature two corseted women swinging whips.
The club offers a laminated card for anyone who wants to be a “card-carrying pervert.”
3. Iowa State: Cuffs
Iowa State University Cuffs group has been around since 2000, and the group supports the BDSM and Kink communities on campus.
The Great Seal of Cuffs (also available in hot wax).
Cuffs hasn’t been without controversy. In 2003, the group applied for funding to print flyers and faced issues over its consistency as an operating group. In 2004, Cuffs was charged with assault by the University for a demonstration about flogging and caning, despite the fact that demonstration’s participants were engaged in consensual acts.
4. Vassar: Sex Avengers
Not to be confused with the smut book you find when you Google “Sex Avengers.”
5. The University of Chicago: RACK
We’ve mentioned before that the University of Chicago is called the place where fun goes to die. But that hasn’t stopped the erotica magazine, Vita Excolatur, or RACK, the BDSM club, from trying to stir up a little trouble in Chi-town.
RACK is an acronym for Risk Aware Consensual Kink, and the group advocates for acceptance of the BDSM lifestyle and educates students interested in the lifestyle.
Showing up to a RACK event… That’s a paddlin!
6. Michigan State University: Beal Films
Before the Internet, porn was limited to a VCR, a Playboy subscription, or a trip to the local adult theater.
At Michigan State University that changed they started airing porn on-campus.
Michael Sunshine was a film student tired of the regular mainstream flicks shown by the Residence Hall Association. He tried bringing higher quality art films to the student body through a group he founded, Beal Films – named for the off-campus Beal Cooperative House.
When Michael’s brother Steven came in from San Francisco for a visit, he suggested they show the poor students a little porn to cheer them up.
San Francisco, corrupting good Midwest values again!
They showed porn on average six days a week. Their success came in an era where porn acceptance was high.
But a social shift led to protests and Beal Films stopped in 1983.