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Harvard Club Promotes Abstinence

Harvard Club Promotes Abstinence

CAMBRIDGE, Mass. (AP) – Sometime between the founding of a student-run porn magazine and the day the campus health center advertised "Free Lube," Harvard University seniors Sarah Kinsella and Justin Murray decided to fight back against what they see as too much mindless sex at the Ivy League school.

If people in college want to abstain from sex, they don't need a support group. (Except maybe to soothe their bruised egos.) Why the need for an organization? Why not just abstain if you feel strongly about it? But come on! (no pun intended) You throw a bunch of young people with raging hormones together in a place where they are experiencing life away from their parents for the first time, and you expect them to abstain from sex? This defies all logic. Harvard is very agressive about promoting safe sex. So clearly this misguided initiative originates from outdated concepts of 'sin,' 'purity,' and religious morality. It sounds like most students agree, and the group has become a laughingstock.


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