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Bestiality, incest and prostitution: Ivy League students make admissions in sex workshop

Our resident sexologist, Dr. Jill McDevitt, recently hosted her "Sex: Am I Normal?" workshop at Yale and the results have people talking

Bestiality, incest and prostitution: Ivy League students make admissions in sex workshop

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Our resident sexologist, Dr. Jill McDevitt, recently hosted her "Sex: Am I Normal?" workshop at Yale and the results have people talking. The program allows students to use their cell phones to anonymously participate in a survey about their sex lives. Results are displayed during the workshop in real time.

Among some of the startling revelations from Yale's workshop, were the results indicating that more than half of the students surveyed had participated in "consensual pain" during sex. Additionally, students admitted to acts of bestiality, fantasies about incest, and accepting payment for sex. Most of the outlets devoting coverage to the findings are taking them at face value. But, as we're sure you're well aware, there's a definite possibility that the responses are actually just sex jokes because, college. Right? [h/t New York Daily News]

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