December 9, 2014

WITH THEIR NO-SEX-AFTER-ALCOHOL RULES, UNIVERSITIES ARE OPPRESSING A SEXUAL MINORITY. No, really. Many women enjoy sex more after drinking.

Millions of women drink alcohol before having sex. Some women never had sexual intercourse sober, and about 14 per cent refuse to get into bed with their partner without being high on alcohol. Why is this?

Trying to establish the link between alcohol drinking and sexual habits, British researchers surveyed about 3000 women. They found that 75 per cent of women preferred to drink one or two glasses of wine before getting into bed with their husband or boyfriend. 6 per cent never had sex sober. Women explained that alcohol helped them shake off their complexes and feel more uninhibited.

So here we have a sexual practice enjoyed by many, and practiced exclusively by a significant number — 14% is huge compared to the 2-3% who are gay, or the even smaller percentage who are transsexual, both sexual minorities whose practices are now legally and socially protected — being shut down by universities essentially out of prudery. These women — Dionysexuals, let’s call them — are told they’re too weak to make decisions for themselves, and must avoid their preferred sexual practice “for their own good.”

I’m not a Dionysexual myself, but I’m proud to be an “Ally.” Stephen Green, call your office!

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