College Students Bring 'Pillow Talk' out into the Public Square
Sara B. Miller writer of The Christian Science Monitor, The Christian Science Monitor
They pose naked for student glossies and pen "how to" and "to avoid" advice on amorous engagement. Across the country, college students' choice of extracurricular activity is revealing a growing clinical frankness on matters that would have made their grandparents - and parents - blush.
Harvard University was sent reeling this month when two students announced their newest inspiration: H Bomb, a publication that would be replete with poetry, fiction - and photos of naked coeds. In the past several years, similar magazines, sex columns, even campus- wide events have become the latest trend.
The week before Valentine's Day, Yale students put on Sex Week, which …
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