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Harvard Gives BDSM Sex Club Official Campus Recognition

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Harvard decided to give official school recognition to a controversial BDSM sex club. Harvard College Munch is currently comprised of approximately 20 students, according to The Crimson. The sex club meets each week to talk about kinky sex and other issues related to BDSM.

Since the Harvard College Munch now has official campus club status, group leaders can apply for university funding to promote the organization on school property, according to The Blaze. The Leadership Institute’s Campus Reform group had this to say about the BDSM sex club at Harvard:

“In an article published earlier this year, students in the group spoke freely about fantasies of rape, forced feeding, and impersonating animals during sex. The founder of the group, who has been kept anonymous, told The Crimson that the chief advantage of being granted recognition ‘is the fact of legitimacy.’ He added that school recognition shows we are being taken seriously.”

Harvard has also come under fire recently for allowing an “Incest Fest” party to take place in a popular housing hall this winter, according to Campus Reform. The BDSM sex club began reportedly began meeting informally meeting more than a year ago to discuss topics of mutual interet.

Harvard College Anscombe Society, a group which promotes abstinence, told Campus Reform that the decision to give the Harvard College Munch official group status was “crazy.” The Pro-abstinence group vice president, James McGlone, had this to say about the university’s decision:

“I don’t think they are healthy or beneficial for any students and to legitimize this student group is irresponsible for the administration.”

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