All the recriminations and proclamations and resignations, I finally read the now-infamous fictional-or-not premarital sex piece in the YU Beacon and have only one reaction after all the press, all the controversy.
As with, did this pareve, p rly-written, not-entirely-credible account of first-time guilt-ridden yeshiva intercourse actually ignite the firestorm of debate which has dominated papers, blog sites and Shabbat dining table discussion?
The t -hot-to-handle story is tame into the maximum. It feels significantly less than authentic to some extent because it is inconsistent. One second the narrator is within her lace undies, the next minute her fan is removing her clothing. Continue reading “Connect vs. Shut Up Yeshiva University’s Intercourse Tale Controversy”