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Harvard magazine to offer nude student photos
Harvard undergrads to publish sex magazine | The Daily Pennsylvanian
A pair of women students have delivered a frisson to the fusty realms of Harvard, an institution previously associated with gawky teenage genius and the American establishment, by launching an illustrated sex magazine. H Bomb, which features nude photographs of male and female students and erotic writing, has caused a stir ahead of the publication of its first issue. The launch has been set for May, possibly at the Harvard graduation ceremony. In a letter yesterday to the Harvard Crimson, the university's student newspaper, the magazine's founders, Katharina Cieplak-Von Baldegg and Camilla Hrdy, were at pains to defend H Bomb from charges of being mere pornography. We aim to create a forum for an honest discussion of sex on campus," they wrote.
Harvard women deny new illustrated sex magazine is pornography
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Shocking, because what he found was an enormous cache of nude photographs, thousands and thousands of photographs of young men in front, side and rear poses. Disturbing, because on closer inspection the photos looked like the record of a bizarre body-piercing ritual: sticking out from the spine of each and every body was a row of sharp metal pins. The employee who found them was mystified. The athletic director at the time, Frank Ryan, a former Cleveland Browns quarterback new to Yale, was mystified. But after making some discreet inquiries, he found out what they were -- and took swift action to burn them.