9% of Yale University students that most recently participated in a survey in regards to their sexual behaviors reported having accepted payment for sex at least once.
More than half admitted to having “engaged in consensual pain” during sex and 3% even admitted to engaging in bestiality.
The survey asked 40 students about their sexual habits during a workshop that was meant to “reconsider their idea of ‘normal,’” according to the Yale Daily News.
The workshop was conducted by 27-year-old “sexoligist,” Jill McDevitt, who owns a sex shop in West Chester, Pennsylvania. It is unclear how well the group of students represents that University demographic as a whole.
“People don’t think a college student at an Ivy League university would accept payment for sex but I’ve never had asked this question on a college campus and not had ‘yes’ answers,” McDevitt told the Yale Daily News.
Paul Hudson | Elite.