California College Student Reveals All the Kinky Places She Had Sex on Campus

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Hey, college is pretty damn expensive, so it's a good thing that college kids are getting so much sex. Wait, what?! Yeah, I know college kids have sex. This isn't news. I went to college, ya know. But who knew what was going on at one of the country's most prestigious universities, University of California at Berkeley? One student, Nadia Cho, has blown the lid (so to speak) off the campus's sexual hijinks -- including sex in the library. Oh, you crazy kids, you. I hope mom and dad aren't killing themselves to pay for your education.


Nadia, who is a columnist for the college's paper (and will no doubt grow up to be a sex blogger), wrote all about her sexual encounters on campus(sy). She helpfully details which buildings are good for which type of sexual contact. To wit:

The library: Sex is best in the stacks. You can stand on some empty shelves and have vertical sex. Cho admits she likes a man who can "f*ck well standing up." I mean, isn't this what we're all looking for in a man?! She suggests doing the dirty in an unpopular books stack like the British Royal Academy archives. (Someone might want to clean up in aisle 11!)

The classrooms: Classrooms in something called the "dungeons of Moffitt" (must be the basement of Moffitt Library, though perhaps a Berkeley grad can correct me if I'm wrong) are perfect for "loud ass-slapping sex."

The Wurster Building: This is where our heroine walks around classrooms in lingerie and writes dirty things on the chalkboards.

Naughty Nadia ends her column with: "Our school is a predominantly safe and accepting space with many places, people, and resources to help you discover your sexual self."

Hm, JUST what parents are looking for when they come for a campus tour! Hey, do you think Nadia will be getting a $55,000 bill from dear old mom and dad for the holidays? And do you really, really feel sorry for the Berkeley janitors?

Did you have a lot of sex in college? Would you send your kid to UC Berkeley?


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