Gay Porno Actor Unable To Attend College In Peace, SurprisinglyOMG, you can't even go to college any more without people talking about your sex life or saying mean things about you, and it's all because of the internet and this thing called JuicyCampus. You already knew that, but did you know about some of the specific awful things being revealed about college students on JuicyCampus, sometimes making them cry? These terrible things will make you want to change the internet laws and make our universities pure again:

  • Someone posted to JuicyCampus links to a gay porn featuring a Yale sophomore.
  • The sophomore was named.
  • This sophomore was interviewed by the Times and did not deny being in the porno.
  • But instead of being all, "OMG, I went from being a gay porno D-list star to attending YALE UNIVERSITY I RULE," he was all, "I'm trying to zone it out," which is still not that devastating a quote from someone who was supposedly "panicked and dispirited."
  • But this other girl had it real bad: She was named in a discussion about the "biggest slut" on campus! Who wants to be called a slut in college? And who defeated her in the "biggest slut" competition? How did THAT girl feel? Why is the internet making this happen??
  • The Times talked to another girl named Ashley, who was also named in a big discussion about sluts but who allowed herself to be named in the article.
  • Ashley actually had some healthy perspective about the whole thing.
  • Ashley: "It's amusing, really... It's all so exaggerated and extreme that you kind of know it's a lie. It's a site for cowards and melodramatic people."
  • That's it, those are all the awful things named in the Times piece.
  • But! We need to ban something, according to this guy from a company that goes around trying to get things deleted from the web, reputationdefender.com:
  • "He added that the Communications Decency Act of 1996, which provides the site legal protections, was 'functionally Mesozoic' in the blogging age. Juicy Campus, he said, 'is not encouraging people to be themselves, it's encouraging people to be the worst version of themselves.'"

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