“U. of C. magazine offers erotica, photos and advice for sexually liberated students —- but don’t tell their parents.”
Patricia M. Jones in the Chicago Tribune:
The emergence of college sex magazines such as the U. of C.’s — which often are supported financially by student governments as recognized student organizations — first started gaining national attention in 1999 when Vassar College students started a magazine called Squirm.
Since then, sex magazines have cropped up at elite institutions from Yale to Harvard to Boston University.
The magazines include student-friendly information on sex, provocative columns opining about sex and titillating photo essays that often focus on what else — sex — and the publications have been a hit with students.