One Harvard Student’s Fetish is to Dry-Hump All the Virgins

04Apr08

dry humpAccording to a recent article in the New York Times Magazine, “hook-up culture” is on the rise; and maintaining a pants-on policy is so uncommon that virgins are a rare breed—a kind of alien oddity us high-brow east-coasters want to hear about.

The piece focuses on the plight of two Harvard students, Janie Fredell and Leo Keliher; presidents of True Love Revolution (TLR), a pro-abstinence student group at the school. Included in the article are their portraits: Leo’s photographed on a stark twin bed under a crucifix, and looks like a serial killer. (Janie Fredell is also not smiling, but, to her credit, she looks merely homely). Apparently, Janie and Leo are upset because everybody else at school is boning all the time. Ew, says Janie—and Leo agrees.

What we kept asking ourselves was, “what the the hell are these two talking about? All Harvard kids are virgins.” Anyway, we did a little investigative research (a word-count), and discovered the article was much too long to hold our interest (almost 5,000 words about judgmental and self-righteous brats). But we did find this little gem of a sentence. (Thankfully, it was only a few paragraphs in, otherwise we might have missed it.)

A columnist who wrote about the group joked of getting “very, very aroused” just thinking about virgins and wondered if such people might be available for “dry humping.”

An ambiguous reference, but we did a little more investigative research (we’ve got our connections here at Playgirl) and tracked the hornball author down on the Harvard Crimson Web site. Her name is Kathleen Hale, she’s a junior at Harvard, and apparently, she likes to dry hump. Here’s her article: God, Abstinence is Sexy



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