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The New York Times Magazine covers sex publications, marking the eighteenth time in as many years Bwog has read about H-Bomb; interestingly, the aforementioned Harvard publication was granted college funding, unlike, say, Columbia’s Outlet. No mention of sex pieces in non-sexual college publications? Following in the footsteps of our favorite “explicitly, absolutely, without a doubt […]

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Because porn and politics go together so well, we decided to combine the two.  Outlet (which doesn’t exist in hard copy because funding didn’t happen) Sex sells, but weird sex sells better! Disturbing non-sequitur  How they did it in the Auld Country Last minute Christmas gifts for….not your mother Would that we could all be […]

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Watch out, the nerds are gettin’ it on! And writing about it! Here comes Outlet, Columbia’s “new erotic review.” In light of New York magazine’s blog post about the new online sex rag, Bwog staff member Sara Vogel picked the brain of editor-in-chief Kimi Traube, CC ’08, about fonts and porn. How do you respond to New York magazine’s blog observation that Outlet is composed […]

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