This week, the Nation's Alex Dibranco provided a brief history of the "Student Sex Column Movement." The college sex column, Dibranco argues, is "a radical progressive movement in the sense of pushing against traditional silence and the status quo," she writes. "Challenges to the columns stem from a conservative mindset . . . [...]
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According to D.C. police, a sexual assailant known as the "Cuddler" has been terrorizing dorms and townhouses around Georgetown University since January 13, 2008. But when did that other scourge of the Georgetown campus—the suspect's creepily innocuous nickname—first hit the Hoyas? No one knows for sure. Below, track the moniker's rise in the campus lexicon. [...]
He Who Shall Not Be Named: TheVoice Doesn't Like to Have to Use "Cuddler"
On Sept. 4, Georgetown University told its students to stop calling him “The Cuddler.”
Because cuddle is far too soft a description for what the suspect does. In a typical attack, a man enters a student’s residence through an unlocked window or door, [...]
"Sex-positive porn": Actually just like regular porn, but with hipsters.
Molly Redden from The Georgetown Voice is exhaustively covering the university's "Sex Positive Week" over at student blog Vox Populi. Some Hoyas are pissed off that GU is helping fund the week's activities. So—what exactly are they upset about? What does "Sex Positive" mean, anyway?
Will Sommer over at Georgetown Voice blog Vox Populi gives the Manliest Workplace treatment to the university's many campus rags. According to Sommer's calculations, the Georgetown Academy is the manliest of GU's publications, while the Independent scores lowest on the Manly Index with a mannish 13.
Sommer also notes that, as Vox Populi's sole editor, Sommer's [...]