For the ruckus it is causing, you’d think the new BDSM club at Harvard University ended up being really a unique concept — and a controversial one, at that. Not too.
Lots of people seemed amazed by last week’s widely reported news that – gasp – Ivy League pupils like kinky intercourse, too. But clubs for students enthusiastic about BDSM – short for bondage and discipline, dominance and distribution, and sadism and masochism – have been in existence for quite a while, at the least on a few campuses (including Cornell, Tufts and Yale Universities). And sex educators say that’s a thing that is good.
That’s because pupils in those teams while the Harvard club, Munch,
Have actually stated the teams supply them with a safe area during casual your meal conferences to generally share kinky intercourse and self-awareness. Just like student clubs that are most, there’s an educational element to it. (suite…)