Casual SEX site launched for Chicago University Students

That’s right, the Huffington Post and CBS Chicago, among others, are reporting that a new web site has been launched so students can sign up for casual sex. YUP! Where was this site when I was a kid… OH wait, there was no internet!

What if I started a web site AIMED at the kids in the University of Chicago on the evils of Abortion! Or the Bible is the answer?
I think the outcry would be deafening. Maybe because THEY think sex is natural for teenagers and wanting to keep a baby is abnormal and reading the Bible is unnatural… take a look and see what you think…

University of Chicago student launches a Casual Sex Web Site….

As “The Social Network” demonstrated, hormones and college stress can lead to a multi-billion dollar empire. Now, a student at the University of Chicago is trying to make his mark–by starting a sex-driven social networking site.

A U of C undergraduate student who has not released his name publicly launched to allow “UChicago students – and only UChicago students – to find casual encounters and campus entertainment events,” according to the site.

“I’m sure many students have heard of the stereotype that we don’t have any fun, that this is where fun comes to die, that the guys are desperate,” the creator and site programmer told The Maroon student newspaper . “I’m not going to disclose anything too specific . . . but I can say that we’ve already had users who have had success.”

The site says “Chastity is curable if detected early” and features a Victor Lownes quote: “A promiscuous person is a person who is getting more sex than you are.”

CBS Chicago reports that more than 200 people have already signed up for the service, looking for a “no strings attached” sexual experience.

“This is a necessary step to allow people to feel free to hook up on their own time and unwind,” Jon Clindaniel, a junior archaeology major, told CBS.

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