There is a sure-fire new criterium for choosing a college for your kids. Once I tell you about this amazing school-choosing tool, you’ll quickly dismiss things such as graduation rates and curriculum as old fashioned and unnecessary. And to think, this new factor in determining an institution of higher learning for your kid (and your hard-earned money) has been right in front of you (pun intended, you’ll see why in a second) The answer to this age old question is condoms! See? I told you the answer was right in front of you. But I digress. Those dumbass bastions of virtue at Trojan Condoms have, at great expense (and free samples, I’m sure), done a study that, with great fanfare, has ranked the thirteen colleges in the United States that are the most “sexually healthy” in the whole damn country! Now that’s a study we can all get behind! Another pun! I am on a roll! I ain’t makin’ this stuff up. Here’s a short paragraph directly from the article on parentdish.com: “Trojan. The condom giant just released its fifth annual Sexual Health Report Card, which looked at 141 colleges and ranked them according to the quality and accessibility of their sexual health resources. The report zeroes in on 12 categories ranging from contraceptive availability and STD testing to sexual assault programs, according to a news release. Each school was given a “GPA” based on its average in the areas, with 4.0, naturally, being the highest possible rating.” I know I feel much better now that Trojan is on the ball.
I am going to present the rankings exactly as they appear in the Parent Dish article.You might need a stiff drink (another pun! hahahahaha) after reading this, so prepare yourself. I hate to copy and paste too much, but if I didn’t, you’d think I was drunk or something. Here’s what I mean: “Columbia University in New York City topped the honor roll with a 3.70, distinguishing itself with Go Ask Alice, a comprehensive website that allows students to submit questions anonymously. Current topics span the health scope: “Keeping the flow with a condom,” “Numbing lube safety for anal sex” and “Quick and healthy bag lunches.”
Michigan State was ranked second with a 3.61, followed by Ohio State University. Also making the honor roll: University of Michigan, 3.55; Brown University, 3.50; University of Iowa, 3.49; University of Oregon, 3.44; Princeton University, 3.41; Rutgers, 3,38; University of Minnesota, 3.37; Western Michigan University, 3.28; Cornell, 3.22; and Yale, 3.17.” See? You would have thought I was hammered! I guess that all the fine Universities of the South must be sexually unhealthy. There’s not one in the Top 13! Dumbass Rednecks! I am telling you people of the South to get busy with the cousin’ humpin’ You are losing out to a bunch of Yankees for Pete’s sake! Oh, wait. Could it be that many colleges in the South are more conservative than their more “enlightened” (read : liberal) Northern brethren and sex before marriage is not something to be condoned? I mean, many places pass out free hypodermic needles to drug users and miraculously all intravenous drug use and the spread of aids have stopped! Oh, that’s right they haven’t. What a dumbass I am. I must admit that I am , by virtue of this study, more well-prepared to have a frank talk with my daughters about condom usage and “keeping the flow” as well as the use of ‘numbing lube safety for anal sex”. Abstinence, schmabstinence. Who needs to wait to be married to have sex? Use a condom and some ass-numbing lube and be sexually liberated! Excuse me while I go puke. Dumbasses.
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