Sarah Harper writes for the University of York’s The Yorker on exactly what happens at Fetish Society meetings:
In February 2012, an event happened that shook the moral fibre of the University of York to the core. Deemed to be the work of “freaks”, rumours of a Fetish Society being set up on campus triggered an outcry in the media.
FetSoc’s appearance was described in a personal comment article as “relatively distressing. The goal of such a society leads only to … sexual deviancy” (Leon Morris, Chair of LGBT). Within its infant months the society was credited with being potentially responsible for a rise in the average number of sexual partners at the university; “the newly ratified Fetish Society … could have contributed to the raising of York’s sex profile” (Helena Kaznowska, YorkVision reporter).
I must say as a member of the FetSoc committee, reading all this disappointed me, particularly Kaznowska’s article on the rise in average numbers of sexual partners at York Uni over the past year. I mean…where is all my sex? Have the rest of the society been meeting and cavorting at licentious orgies without telling me? I mean I wouldn’t mind, but an invite would have been nice…
Full story here.