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More and more college students are engaging in BDSM and loving it

College is all about self-discovery and exploration, particularly when it comes to sex. Now, Princeton University is the latest Ivy League institution to officially charter a student-run BDSM group.

The kinky new club is called “Princeton Plays.” It will be officially recognized by the Office of the Dean of Undergraduate Students and the Undergraduate Student Government beginning in the spring semester, making it eligible for university funding.

“Through conversation, we kinda realized that we wanted a space for this on campus, more than what was out here, which was nothing,” a member of the club, who asked to remain anonymous, tells the Princetonian.

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But before you go getting any ideas, you should know that despite being a BDSM group dedicated to fetishism and kink, the focus of the club is not actually sex. In fact, many of the members couldn’t care less about that.

“Contrary to popular belief, many people in the kink community are asexual,” another member says.

For those hoping to engage in some erotic behavior with like-mined kinksters, they’ll have to be mindful of campus rules and regulations concerned sexual activity. The club says it will report any Title IX violations to campus police.

Somehow we don’t think a university-sponsored club dedicated to erotic behavior was what the New Light Presbyterians first founded the school in 1746.

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