Android App picture sent to me by Canadian FB friend of a professional headshot. Note: This is a revised blog from 16 months ago. I was moved to rewrite it in part because my last blog from CA about Gloria Steinem, like the blog about that nitwit feminist writer in Oregon, did surprisingly well particularly given its length. But a long thread about the Duke student outed by piggish fraternity boys as a porn star who regularly flies to LA from North Carolina—a sad state of affairs in my view—made me finally dig this out of the archives. Cases in point: cleaning, IT, oil changes, alterations, nails.
Ivy League students used to have to pose for nude photos | esskia.com
Between the s and the s, several ivy league colleges had a very strange requirement for all their incoming freshmen students. Harvard, Yale, Wellesley College, Vassar as well as Brown University, were among the elite American colleges that asked all the young men and women enrolled in their first year, to pose nude. He wrote:. I reported to a windowless room on an upper floor, where men dressed in crisp white garments instructed me to remove all of my clothes. And then — and this is the part I still have trouble believing — they attached metal pins to my spine. There was no actual piercing of skin, only of dignity, as four-inch metal pins were affixed with adhesive to my vertebrae at regular intervals from my neck down.
Ivy League students used to have to pose for nude photos
Here's the naked truth. Like most social experiences, attending a Yale naked party can be a vastly different experience depending on a variety of factors. The way you experience such a party depends heavily on among other things your gender, your level of attractiveness, your level of security in your attractiveness, your expectations, who you go with, and who you talk to. Here's what happens You find out through a friend, or an email list, or an extracurricular group when and where the party is going to have meet ups. Usually, it will be something like "meet at High Street Gate at 10, , or 11".
Sofia Braunstein am, Feb 19, Staff Reporter. Catherine Yang. Many of us imagine it as an alien atmosphere. Clothes strewn on furniture, naked bodies gyrating.