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Harvard approves kinky sex club on campus

Updated Dec. 2, 2012 at 9:40 PM

CAMBRIDGE, Mass., Dec. 1 (UPI) -- Harvard University said its recognition of a new club for students who are interested in kinky sex doesn't mean the Ivy League school endorses such practices.

Harvard this week approved Harvard College Munch, a low-profile adults-only group that will be allowed to use university meeting rooms and post notices on campus.

School spokesman Jeff Neal told CNN the club went through normal approval channels and, like any of the other approximately 400 student groups on campus, is not officially endorsed or condemned by the administration.

"Applications for recognition are decided by a student-faculty committee following the review of a committee composed of students and administrators," Neal said.

CNN said The Harvard Crimson got hold of the founder of Harvard College Munch who told them the club had about 30 members seeking to learn about and discuss various alternative sexualities.

Another member told the newspaper the club had strict rules about abusive behavior and would help victims of any abuse find assistance.

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