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Harvard’s Graduating Class Is Full Of Virgins, Dudes Who Watch A Lot Of Porn

The campus rag at Harvard University has released an extensive survey of the 2014 graduating class and the numbers reported by The Harvard Crimson are pretty interesting.

The extensive survey of 758 newly-minted grads — almost half of the class — shows that fully 21 percent said they had spent four years in college and reached the age of 22 or so but never once had sex in their entire lives.

On the other hand, 12 percent boasted that they had bedded at least 10 sexual partners during their Harvard days.

Relatedly, 12 percent of the surveyed females and two percent of the surveyed males claimed to have been sexually assaulted at the exclusive university.

The Crimson provides no definition of sexual assault.

Porn is also a big thing at the fancypants school — at least among male students. Exactly 48 percent of all graduating Harvard men admitted watching adult films on the internet several times each week. Meanwhile, 59 percent of the Ivy League redoubt’s female grads swore they never so much as set their unsullied eyes on smut while in Cambridge. (Thus, by the way, 41 percent of the school’s women presumably have.)

Politically and culturally, Harvard grads skew decidedly to the left.

Some 80 percent of them admitted to voting for President Barack Obama in 2012 and 73 percent continue to view the Democrat favorably.

Obama’s much lower favorability ratings beyond Harvard’s ivory tower are currently in the mid-40s, as the Crimson notes.

Over 60 percent of this year’s class at Harvard want to legalize marijuana. A little under two-thirds support Obamacare and favor a $10.10 minimum wage as well.

Religiously, just fewer than 40 percent are either agnostic or outright atheist.

Some 44 percent agree that Harvard should divest its $32.7 billion endowment from companies involved in the production of fossil fuels.

Being gay is also popular: 15 percent of Harvard’s grads call themselves homosexual, bisexual, “questioning” or some totally different category that isn’t straight, reports the Crimson. Of the students who said they are not straight, 67 percent have sought help for mental health issues.

A whopping 90 percent of Harvard’s 2014 diploma recipients endorse same-sex marriage.

Racial and ethnic grievances are also a big thing for the Class of 2014. Roughly 60 percent of all black graduates and over 40 percent of Latino and Asian-American complain that they felt marginalized at the ultra-prestigious institution.

As Minding The Campus has observes, though, the Crimson noted that the “seniors are nearly unanimous in the view that, if given the chance, they would choose Harvard again.”

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