Blogger reveals explicit stories of homosexual “orgies” at Cambridge University

Blogger reveals explicit stories of homosexual “orgies” at Cambridge University

A bisexual writer has launched an explosive online journal revealing explicit stories of gay ”orgies” and ”tutor rendezvous” – at Cambridge University.

The controversial web log follows when you look at the footsteps of Belle de Jour’s ‘Secret Diary of a London Call Girl’ together with crazy stories regarding the ‘Oxbridge Sex Blogger’.

In their explicit web log ‘The Secret journal of a Cambridge Boy’ an anonymous pupil called Joseph Jezebel guarantees to reveal college life maybe perhaps not observed in the prospectus.

Their first diary entry ‘The Birth of a Queen’ reveals a ”euphoric” homosexual fling with a Downing College pupil adhering to a party camonster com that is drink-fuelled.

Joseph defines the intimate encounter in detail and guarantees more stories of ”real life sexual escapades” involving ”orgies” and ”tutor rendezvous” during the college.

Talking to online pupil magazine The Cambridge Tab, Joseph promised a’ that is‘raunchy expose of life being a bisexual pupil in the college.

He said: ” we thought it might be good expose into the underground part of Cambridge – exactly exactly what it does not let you know within the prospectus.

”i shall often be really frank utilizing the weblog, simply I won’t hold back with my descriptions of sex, etc as I was with the first post, and.

”I guess I think people are too prudish, and this needs to change as I built up my confidence with guys, my encounters got more raunchy, and therefore so will the blog.

”I’m perhaps perhaps not ashamed of my sexuality. But I’d choose to remain anonymous i’m going to put at the top of my CV as it’s not something that.

”Boringly i’dn’t need it to impact my graduate task prospects as naturally people will have pre-conceptions of me personally should they had see the weblog. Continue reading “Blogger reveals explicit stories of homosexual “orgies” at Cambridge University”