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C-Spot sponsored a lingerie party last weekend, and what better time for a quickie: “He spanked me, he bit me, he spit on me.” Things unsaid go a long way. Identity and intersex. In defense of (hey!) porn. Use condoms. To cuddle or not to cuddle.

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Good news, under-laid Columbians: the “sex positive” magazine C-Spot has announced that they’re expanding their sexcapades to other campuses.  Now you can share your lust with your, er, friends from NYU.  Or just read the current issue while your roommate is out.  The gist: “I discovered that Robert’s foreskin acted as a fantastic penetration aide.” […]

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Quickie C-Spot

A week after the advent of Love at CU, Columbia has been transformed from sexless wasteland to a regular college. A new edition of the C-Spot is out just in time: Now that you’re in the relationship of your dreams, learn how to, you know, do stuff with your significant other. Some gems from this month: […]

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Oh dear, it seems our friends at Fox News have gotten their hands on an issue of C-Spot. And wonder upon wonders, the literotica has offended their delicate sensibilities! In between abusing uncomfortable phrases like “naughty bits” (shudder) and “steamy enough to wilt Ivy,” Fox managed to track down two students to see what they […]

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