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Princeton to Host New Bondage and Discipline Student Club

Princeton to Host New Bondage and Discipline Student Club

“Princeton Plays”

Given all the controversy around sexual harassment, isn’t the school asking for trouble by hosting a club like this?

The College Fix reports:

Princeton latest Ivy League school to host BDSM tutorials

Princeton University has become the latest Ivy League institution to host a club for students who seek to explore sexual desires that delve into bondage, domination, sadism and masochism, underscoring a larger trend found at many top-tier universities.

The student-led club, Princeton Plays, launched earlier this month after Princeton’s student government voted to officially recognize it. It joins Harvard’s “Munch,” Columbia’s “Conversio Virium” and Cornell’s “Crunch” clubs as active student BDSM groups in the Ivy League.

Several “Sex Week” campus events at various high-profile colleges over the years have also included workshops on the sexual subculture, which can include ropes, whips, blindfolds, flogging, master-servant role play and much more.

For example, the University of Chicago’s annual sex week observance typically includes a BDSM workshop. In 2014, a presentation there dubbed “Taste of Kink” gave students an opportunity to explore “sensations that can be generated by floggers, rope, electricity and more.” Likewise, in 2016, the university hosted a “sexual pain” workshop and BDSM tutorials. And earlier this year it hosted “Intro to rope bondage.”

Also earlier this year, at the University of Michigan, an “Ins and Outs of Kink” workshop included “introductory kink and BDSM concepts.” Workshops on BDSM at that university date back to at least 2014.

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Their chairman was unavailable to comment because he was tied up in a board meeting.

There was a large overlap between the kink/BDSM communities and the F/SF fandom communities at the universities I attended, which meant that I couldn’t escape the subculture.

While the proponents of the lifestyle like to proselytize that it’s just a choice like strawberry ice cream vs. chocolate, every single person I met in that community – every. single. one – had a history of rape and/or sexual abuse, often in childhood or adolescence.

    Close The Fed in reply to daniel_ream. | December 18, 2017 at 10:12 pm

    Daniel Ream is absolutely correct. I’ve had the same experience with those involved in BDSM.

    For those looking for help, http://www.MaleSurvivor.Org has resources for you.

    For men, I recommend Robert Oxnam’s book, “Fractured Mind,” and Richard Gartner’s book “Beyond Betrayal.” Think I spelled Gartner’s name correctly.

Do any colleges, especially Ivy League ones, actually hold classes that would provide the students with an education that is useful in the real world?

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