The school paper — as you know and love it — has changed!
Nadia Cho, a columnist for the the esteemed University of California, Berkeley‘s student newspaper, The Daily Californian, has raised eyebrows with a no holds barred article detailing her public kinky exploits…on-campus…and RadarOnline.com has all the shocking details.
The exhibitionist detailed one encounter just prior to Thanksgiving when she and a male student decided to do the deed in the school’s library Main Stacks.
“We decided that, out of the millions of books in the library, the shelves full of books on religion seemed like the best place to f***,” she wrote. “It’s best to have some empty shelves toward the bottom so that you can climb them and feel like Spider-Man while your partner penetrates you standing up…I definitely love a man who can f*** well while standing up.”
Cho — noting that “the risk of getting caught is what makes having sex in public so exciting” — wrote that two passersby nearly interrupted the intercourse, causing a fun cover-up drill.
“It was like a game — having to frantically put our clothes back on and immediately pretending to be interested in the data collections of the European Union while panting and giggling hysterically.”
Elsewhere on-campus, Cho touted “the classrooms in the dungeons of Moffitt” as “a place to have loud ass-slapping sex” while including education-themed fantasies; and the Wurster building, where she walked “around classrooms in lingerie and [wrote] dirty things on chalkboards.”
Encouraging those who have wondered about experimenting at the school to take the plunge, Cho touted the university as “the best place to explore your sexuality.
“Our school is a predominantly safe and accepting space with many places, people and resources to help you discover your sexual self,” she wrote. “It is the place where I learned what it means to be queer, to recognize the presence of patriarchy, to attempt polyamory and to become more confident in my sexuality so I could go ahead with new experiences — attending naked parties and orgies and writing a sex column, just to name a few.”
Somehow we doubt Berkeley will be incorporating Cho’s musings in their recruitment literature — or at least not in that which is sent to potential students’ parents.