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(The College Fix)   Workshop by "sexologist" who owns a sex shop determines that 9% of Yale students have been paid for sex, 3% have engaged in bestiality, and over half say that they "engaged in consensual pain" during sex, paying tuition   (thecollegefix.com) divider line 70
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2013-03-05 11:18:09 AM  
Am I supposed to clutch my pearls?  Did anyone honestly think that "Ivy League material" somehow skewed the sex/kink percentages you'd find in the rest of the population?
 
2013-03-05 11:19:46 AM  
And 100% of college students lie on sex surveys.

/nothing to see here
 
Skr
2013-03-05 11:33:12 AM  
When I saw the headline, I was wondering if "9% of Yale students have been paid for sex " included dinner and a movie.
 
2013-03-05 11:33:42 AM  

Lumpmoose: Am I supposed to clutch my pearls?  Did anyone honestly think that "Ivy League material" somehow skewed the sex/kink percentages you'd find in the rest of the population?


One in 11 people in the general population has been paid for sex?  One in 33 has farked a literal animal?

I'm way more of a prude than I thought.
 
2013-03-05 11:33:56 AM  
No surprises. The Yale and Harvard types have to maintain a face of morality. So they are probably crazy behind closed doors. I would imagine it is like a sexual version of Hostel. Rich people paying someone for the privilege of peeing on them.
 
2013-03-05 11:33:57 AM  
Subby, I assure you that there is nothing "consensual" about the pain involved in paying tuition.
 
2013-03-05 11:34:09 AM  

Skr: When I saw the headline, I was wondering if "9% of Yale students have been paid for sex " included dinner and a movie.


That would be 50%, then.
 
2013-03-05 11:34:13 AM  
That Yale thing: Well, for one thing, I think he was probably a closet homosexual who did a lot of cocaine.
 
2013-03-05 11:35:46 AM  
I don't think her cats staring at me while I pork her counts as beastiality
 
2013-03-05 11:35:48 AM  
Consensual pain?  Odd... usually it's just one that screams, "Wrong hole! Wrong hole! Wrong hole!"
 
2013-03-05 11:36:39 AM  
a group of about forty students

The workshop was taught by Jill McDevitt, a 27-year-old "sexologist" who also owns a sex shop in West Chester, Pennsylvaina, which sells vibrators and various sex toys.


Scientific as hell.
 
2013-03-05 11:37:36 AM  
Might be a bit off high the kinky BDSM, at least if they mean "are into it", and a bit low if they mean "tried it at least once"  especially inthe post-"50 shades of Grey" world
 
2013-03-05 11:38:43 AM  

MyKingdomForYourHorse: I don't think her cats staring at me while I pork her counts as beastiality


But if one bats at your sack like a mousy toy you've covered several of the kink bases all at once!
 
2013-03-05 11:39:26 AM  

MyKingdomForYourHorse: I don't think her cats staring at me while I pork her counts as beastiality


No, but doing it with a member of the  Skull & Bones Society, i.e. G.W. and G.H.W. Bush. does.
 
2013-03-05 11:40:57 AM  

you have pee hands: Lumpmoose: Am I supposed to clutch my pearls?  Did anyone honestly think that "Ivy League material" somehow skewed the sex/kink percentages you'd find in the rest of the population?

One in 11 people in the general population has been paid for sex?  One in 33 has farked a literal animal?

I'm way more of a prude than I thought.


The students chose to attend a workshop run by a sex shop owner--it was a very self-selecting group.  My point is it's not surprising to find such people at Yale or anywhere else.  They're just the ones brave enough to say what they really want.
 
2013-03-05 11:41:55 AM  

you have pee hands: Lumpmoose: Am I supposed to clutch my pearls?  Did anyone honestly think that "Ivy League material" somehow skewed the sex/kink percentages you'd find in the rest of the population?

One in 11 people in the general population has been paid for sex?  One in 33 has farked a literal animal?

I'm way more of a prude than I thought.


This now has me wondering what actual percentage of the general population have been paid for sex.

I suppose it's entirely possible that someone I know could have engaged in paid for sex and I'd never suspect a thing.
 
2013-03-05 11:42:52 AM  
bretzelforbush.com

What a 3%er might look like
 
2013-03-05 11:43:35 AM  

LowbrowDeluxe: But if one bats at your sack like a mousy toy you've covered several of the kink bases all at once!


Time to stop at the pet shop and pick up some cat nip
 
2013-03-05 11:43:38 AM  
3% have engaged in bestiality

Yale as nothing on a good ag school.  As a freshman at Purdue, I was asked, "What do you mean your first sexual experience wasn't with a farm animal?"  Followed by a description of how to use your boots in the process.
 
2013-03-05 11:45:28 AM  
netizencain:
Consensual pain?  Odd... usually it's just one that screams, "Wrong hole! Wrong hole! Wrong hole!"

Or as some of us prefer to hear it "Mffffff!  Mmmmmmmmfffffffffff!"

Animals though?  That's just wrong, period.
 
2013-03-05 11:47:12 AM  
you have pee hands: "One in 11 people in the general population has been paid for sex?  One in 33 has farked a literal animal?"

Of the people who self-selected to attend a workshop on reconsidering 'normal' sexuality -- is that surprising?
I'm only surprised that they claim a bestiality rate of 3% from a sample of ~40 students.

Did someone only get partial credit for manually masturbating caged animals for artificial insemination?
 
2013-03-05 11:47:25 AM  
The survey was administered to a group of about forty students on Saturday, during a workshop meant to prompt students to "reconsider their idea of 'normal'," according to the Yale Daily News.

1 out of 40 is 2.5%
Round it and you get 3%

In other words, there was one person in the survey group that said they tried bestiality. That person could be a liar or the one person on campus that has actually tried farking a dog.

Also, "consensual pain"? I'd lump the occasional ass smack in that category, and if you're too up tight to do that, you're probably too uptight to procreate.
 
2013-03-05 11:48:17 AM  

Glancing Blow: The workshop was taught by Jill McDevitt, a 27-year-old "sexologist" who also owns a sex shop in West Chester, Pennsylvaina, which sells vibrators and various sex toys.


I am a little jealous that a woman who likes kink can be a 'sexologist', no way a man can pull that off.  Probably because we'd flood the market.
 
2013-03-05 11:48:47 AM  
I'm dating a Yale alumni and getting a kick out of these replies.
 
2013-03-05 11:49:21 AM  

The sound of one hand clapping: you have pee hands: Lumpmoose: Am I supposed to clutch my pearls?  Did anyone honestly think that "Ivy League material" somehow skewed the sex/kink percentages you'd find in the rest of the population?

One in 11 people in the general population has been paid for sex?  One in 33 has farked a literal animal?

I'm way more of a prude than I thought.

This now has me wondering what actual percentage of the general population have been paid for sex.

I suppose it's entirely possible that someone I know could have engaged in paid for sex and I'd never suspect a thing.


Anyone who's been unhappily married can probably claim to have "paid" for sex...:)  But I can only see college students paying if they're curious about experiences they don't want their peers to know about maybe?
 
2013-03-05 11:53:33 AM  
100% of "sexologists" pull statistics out of their *ss.
 
2013-03-05 11:53:59 AM  
Hmm, out of 40 respondents, it's possible one answered "yes" to bestiality, as a joke, the answer was rounded up, and we get the absurd final figure of 3% of Yale students. Yeah that seems legit.
 
2013-03-05 11:54:00 AM  

No Such Agency: netizencain:
Consensual pain?  Odd... usually it's just one that screams, "Wrong hole! Wrong hole! Wrong hole!"

Or as some of us prefer to hear it "Mffffff!  Mmmmmmmmfffffffffff!"

Animals though?  That's just wrong, period.



Not in some countries - it's a wiki link so mightn't be completely accurate.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Zoophilia_and_the_law
 
2013-03-05 11:56:10 AM  

ringersol: you have pee hands: "One in 11 people in the general population has been paid for sex?  One in 33 has farked a literal animal?"

Of the people who self-selected to attend a workshop on reconsidering 'normal' sexuality -- is that surprising?
I'm only surprised that they claim a bestiality rate of 3% from a sample of ~40 students.

Did someone only get partial credit for manually masturbating caged animals for artificial insemination?

I'm guessing that there are more women than most expect that find alternative uses for peanut butter when home alone with the family dog.  That sort of experiementation probably accounts for most of it.

 
2013-03-05 11:59:29 AM  
How many paid an animal for sex?
 
2013-03-05 12:00:17 PM  

ACunningPlan: Not in some countries - it's a wiki link so mightn't be completely accurate.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Zoophilia_and_the_law


As somebody who fulfilled his substantial writing requirement writing about bestiality laws, I'm getting a kick out of these replies.  What's interesting is that the original emphasis was that in early American laws was a crime against nature (ie God.)  But as you move east to west and track the laws (and thus, generally track the passage of time as new states come into being), the emphasis shifts to the well being of the animal and eventually the well being of the person (because the laws start to track modern technology, where women and children were being exploited for pornography.)  Many states didn't even bother to have a law (Washington, as learned in the infamous Mr. Hands incident) others limit their laws to people involved being part of commerce or offending others by the act.  It really is interesting stuff but I am very happy I never had to use that research in any practical application of the law.
 
2013-03-05 12:16:00 PM  

chapman: ACunningPlan: Not in some countries - it's a wiki link so mightn't be completely accurate.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Zoophilia_and_the_law

As somebody who fulfilled his substantial writing requirement writing about bestiality laws, I'm getting a kick out of these replies.  What's interesting is that the original emphasis was that in early American laws was a crime against nature (ie God.)


I still want to know how they got the exact counts for the charges against Thomas Granger.
 
2013-03-05 12:16:44 PM  
Depending on how you define 'paid for sex' 9% seems awfully low.
Depending on how you define 'bestiality' 3% seems awfully low.

Ditto on consensual pain.
 
2013-03-05 12:19:45 PM  
once in college i was hanging out with this girl i had just met, and i ran out of cigarettes. she said she'd give me a pack if i'd eat her out. deal. so i can say that i've been paid for sex.

and i know that at least one cat, a few dogs, and maybe a fish have seen me masturbate. that's bestiality, right? if a young child had watched me masturbate i'm sure that would be some kind of sex crime.

this stuff can't be all that rare.
 
2013-03-05 12:23:43 PM  
Farking and Punching
 
2013-03-05 12:24:17 PM  

neversubmit: That Yale thing: Well, for one thing, I think he was probably a closet homosexual who did a lot of cocaine.


came for this
 
2013-03-05 12:25:20 PM  
Liberal universities are such a bastion of stability, integrity and sanity.
 
2013-03-05 12:25:23 PM  
encrypted-tbn2.gstatic.com

All those pretty maids in a row... Yale knows whats up.
 
2013-03-05 12:27:58 PM  
Sounds like they are ready for the corporate world.
 
2013-03-05 12:30:13 PM  
Additionally, if any of the students were pre-veterinary or veterinary students, a part of most curriculums would place them well into the bestiality category.  I remember when my wife had to 'collect' (extract semen from) horses interning on a horse farm.  I swear, if they'd have just worn bikinis, I could have filmed it and made a ton of money selling access to the site.
 
2013-03-05 12:31:44 PM  

Odd Bird: I'm dating a Yale alumni and getting a kick out of these replies.


If you're in to the donkey punch sort of thing, then try gently asking her if she sometimes feels disappointed she didn't go to Harvard. Then see if you can hang on for the ride.
 
2013-03-05 12:33:13 PM  

Magorn: Might be a bit off high the kinky BDSM, at least if they mean "are into it", and a bit low if they mean "tried it at least once"  especially inthe post-"50 shades of Grey" world


Assuming you mean the "engaged in consensual pain" line, I'm assuming the definition means "gently bite my nipple while I orgasm"
 
2013-03-05 12:34:06 PM  
shiatty sample size...

Three claim to have been paid, one claimed to have done bestiality.

Plus, this is a "study" done in a sex workshop given by a local adult store owner... nothing too biased there either

All for a juicy sex study, but put some scientific standards into it damn it.
 
2013-03-05 12:35:38 PM  
They will fit in perfectly with their Wall Street and other upper eschelon peers according to a hooker I once had a long conversation with.
 
2013-03-05 12:40:26 PM  
ACunningPlan:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Zoophilia_and_the_law

Checked.  The production Tentacle Porn is legal in Japan.
 
2013-03-05 12:44:28 PM  

deadsanta: Hmm, out of 40 respondents, it's possible one answered "yes" to bestiality, as a joke, the answer was rounded up, and we get the absurd final figure of 3% of Yale students. Yeah that seems legit.


How the heck do you get 9%?
 
2013-03-05 12:45:15 PM  

december: Odd Bird: I'm dating a Yale alumni and getting a kick out of these replies.

If you're in to the donkey punch sort of thing, then try gently asking her if she sometimes feels disappointed she didn't go to Harvard. Then see if you can hang on for the ride.


She's already crying about being in bed with me, tough to top that disappointment.
 
2013-03-05 12:46:08 PM  
Way I see it, while zoophilia is some pretty weird stuff to me, as long as the animal isn't being physically harmed, it isn't really my business.  Historically, there have been lots of cultures where zoophilia was an accepted part of life, and some religions that had icons built on the idea.  Hell, cows, pigs, and chickens are slaughtered on a grand scale, frequently in gruesome and painful ways, and nobody gives a shiate.  As long as society isn't getting on a high horse (heh) about McBurgers, the reaction to zoophilia is purely an "ooo it's icky" response.
 
2013-03-05 12:54:10 PM  

chapman: ACunningPlan: Not in some countries - it's a wiki link so mightn't be completely accurate.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Zoophilia_and_the_law

As somebody who fulfilled his substantial writing requirement writing about bestiality laws, I'm getting a kick out of these replies.  What's interesting is that the original emphasis was that in early American laws was a crime against nature (ie God.)  But as you move east to west and track the laws (and thus, generally track the passage of time as new states come into being), the emphasis shifts to the well being of the animal and eventually the well being of the person (because the laws start to track modern technology, where women and children were being exploited for pornography.)  Many states didn't even bother to have a law (Washington, as learned in the infamous Mr. Hands incident) others limit their laws to people involved being part of commerce or offending others by the act.  It really is interesting stuff but I am very happy I never had to use that research in any practical application of the law.


I don't blame you:)  "Sheep-worrying" in Wales isn't just about nuisance dogs.  The law which has always fascinated me though is Sweden because it was legalized in 1944 - a world war was raging, yet for some reason there was a pressing need in the legislature to decriminalize animal f&rking?!
 
2013-03-05 12:56:52 PM  
I call B.S.  Fewer than 9% of Yale students have had sex at all, much less been paid for it.
 
2013-03-05 01:02:00 PM  

hairywoogit: Way I see it, while zoophilia is some pretty weird stuff to me, as long as the animal isn't being physically harmed, it isn't really my business.  Historically, there have been lots of cultures where zoophilia was an accepted part of life, and some religions that had icons built on the idea.  Hell, cows, pigs, and chickens are slaughtered on a grand scale, frequently in gruesome and painful ways, and nobody gives a shiate.  As long as society isn't getting on a high horse (heh) about McBurgers, the reaction to zoophilia is purely an "ooo it's icky" response.


No one wants your *meat* in their meat!

When pink slime mixes with white slime it isn't pretty.
 
2013-03-05 01:04:26 PM  

CleanAndPure: hairywoogit: Way I see it, while zoophilia is some pretty weird stuff to me, as long as the animal isn't being physically harmed, it isn't really my business.  Historically, there have been lots of cultures where zoophilia was an accepted part of life, and some religions that had icons built on the idea.  Hell, cows, pigs, and chickens are slaughtered on a grand scale, frequently in gruesome and painful ways, and nobody gives a shiate.  As long as society isn't getting on a high horse (heh) about McBurgers, the reaction to zoophilia is purely an "ooo it's icky" response.

No one wants your *meat* in their meat!


There is a poorly sourced claim that bestiality is permitted in Islam so long as you don't use the animal for meat afterwards.  I've seen it often repeated, but couldn't locate the original scholarly/religious pronouncement.
 
2013-03-05 01:12:55 PM  

chapman: ACunningPlan: Not in some countries - it's a wiki link so mightn't be completely accurate.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Zoophilia_and_the_law

As somebody who fulfilled his substantial writing requirement writing about bestiality laws, I'm getting a kick out of these replies.   What's interesting is that the original emphasis was that in early American laws was a crime against nature (ie God.)  But as you move east to west and track the laws (and thus, generally track the passage of time as new states come into being), the emphasis shifts to the well being of the animal and eventually the well being of the person (because the laws start to track modern technology, where women and children were being exploited for pornography.)  Many states didn't even bother to have a law (Washington, as learned in the infamous Mr. Hands incident) others limit their laws to people involved being part of commerce or offending others by the act.  It really is interesting stuff but I am very happy I never had to use that research in any practical application of the law.


This here I have a difficult time understanding.  Crimes against nature....is that the story of the human race, a succession of crimes against nature?  And is it not the reason they are still allowed today in other forms and against certain aspects of nature decided by arbitrary human ideas?  Moreover, isn't it God who told man that the world and its beasts were put on this earth for their purposes?  That is until you get to Leviticus where beastiality is discussed in which the person who has defiled the animal is to be put to death as well as the animal.  The lack of logic is astounding.  What the hell did the animal do to deserve death?
 
2013-03-05 01:19:06 PM  

Skr: When I saw the headline, I was wondering if "9% of Yale students have been paid for sex " included dinner and a movie.


more likely includes craigslist
 
2013-03-05 01:40:47 PM  

LargeCanine: 100% of "sexologists" pull statistics out of their *ss.

That's not kinky.  It's the putting them IN that's kinky.
 
2013-03-05 01:45:48 PM  

sodomizer: Liberal universities are such a bastion of stability, integrity and sanity.


When compared to the Republican party's sex antics?

Yes. Yes they are.
 
2013-03-05 01:52:44 PM  

mightybaldking: LargeCanine: 100% of "sexologists" pull statistics out of their *ss.
That's not kinky.  It's the putting them IN that's kinky.


if you put them in and don't pull them out it's stinky.
 
2013-03-05 01:56:26 PM  

Glancing Blow: a group of about forty students

The workshop was taught by Jill McDevitt, a 27-year-old "sexologist" who also owns a sex shop in West Chester, Pennsylvaina, which sells vibrators and various sex toys.

Scientific as hell.


Hey, she also, and I quote from TFA, "has posted videos of her educational workshops online, including one in which she demonstrates oral sex on a carrot."

i.imgur.com

So the carrot's got that goin' for it anyways.
 
2013-03-05 02:03:50 PM  
But how many suffer from sexlexia?
 
2013-03-05 02:16:46 PM  

Caffandtranqs: This here I have a difficult time understanding.  Crimes against nature....is that the story of the human race, a succession of crimes against nature?  And is it not the reason they are still allowed today in other forms and against certain aspects of nature decided by arbitrary human ideas?  Moreover, isn't it God who told man that the world and its beasts were put on this earth for their purposes?  That is until you get to Leviticus where beastiality is discussed in which the person who has defiled the animal is to be put to death as well as the animal.  The lack of logic is astounding.  What the hell did the animal do to deserve death?


It's based on the theory of Natural law.  It's a fairly well developed philosophical theory that essentially relies on logic and observation.  Under such a theory, it stands to reason that humans and animals shouldn't have sex, they can't produce offspring and it is often dangerous.  On the other hand, it stands to reason that animals can be consumed, because generally speaking, it is safe to do so.
 
2013-03-05 02:32:35 PM  
I call shenanigans- Yale students don't pay for their tuition.

That's what trust funds are for.
 
2013-03-05 03:12:11 PM  
A recent sex study that just came out showed that a little over 50% of heterosexual females are into or aroused by bestiality and having sex with animals.  Statistically speaking, if you see a woman that owns a male dog, she is having sex with it.
 
2013-03-05 04:08:40 PM  

lordaction: A recent sex study that just came out showed that a little over 50% of heterosexual females are into or aroused by bestiality and having sex with animals.  Statistically speaking, if you see a woman that owns a male dog, she is having sex with it.



"87% of all Internet stats are made up." -- Abraham Lincoln.
 
2013-03-05 04:19:47 PM  

abfalter: lordaction: A recent sex study that just came out showed that a little over 50% of heterosexual females are into or aroused by bestiality and having sex with animals.  Statistically speaking, if you see a woman that owns a male dog, she is having sex with it.


"87% of all Internet stats are made up." -- Abraham Lincoln.


The study, conducted by Meredith Chivers of the Center for Addiction and Mental Health and J. Michael Bailey of Northwestern University, was published in the October issue ofBiological Psychology.
 
2013-03-05 04:40:27 PM  

you have pee hands: Lumpmoose: Am I supposed to clutch my pearls?  Did anyone honestly think that "Ivy League material" somehow skewed the sex/kink percentages you'd find in the rest of the population?

One in 11 people in the general population has been paid for sex?  One in 33 has farked a literal animal?

I'm way more of a prude than I thought.


It doesn't count if you can't get it.
 
2013-03-05 04:50:27 PM  
Does a dog sniffing my crotch count? Would it still count if I didn't enjoy it?
 
2013-03-05 05:45:10 PM  

Lumpmoose: you have pee hands: Lumpmoose: Am I supposed to clutch my pearls?  Did anyone honestly think that "Ivy League material" somehow skewed the sex/kink percentages you'd find in the rest of the population?

One in 11 people in the general population has been paid for sex?  One in 33 has farked a literal animal?

I'm way more of a prude than I thought.

The students chose to attend a workshop run by a sex shop owner--it was a very self-selecting group.  My point is it's not surprising to find such people at Yale or anywhere else.  They're just the ones brave enough to say what they really want.


This.  These percentages are crap because of this simple fact.
 
2013-03-05 10:07:07 PM  
Please, if you really think about it who has not been paid for sex at some point?
 
2013-03-05 10:31:09 PM  

Fark_Guy_Rob: Additionally, if any of the students were pre-veterinary or veterinary students, a part of most curriculums would place them well into the bestiality category.  I remember when my wife had to 'collect' (extract semen from) horses interning on a horse farm.  I swear, if they'd have just worn bikinis, I could have filmed it and made a ton of money selling access to the site.


Strong arms?
 
2013-03-05 10:32:29 PM  

Skr: When I saw the headline, I was wondering if "9% of Yale students have been paid for sex " included dinner and a movie.




Bryn Mawr?
 
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