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Students at Bard College have started a blog called Boobs Bard , which you guessed it hosts pictures of topless co-eds. Harvard now has their own spin-off. Is this a symptom of our hypersexual culture, or a brave step towards body acceptance? Bard is located in an isolated town in the Hudson Valley, so it's not uncommon to see bare-breasted women sunning themselves by the library, or walking around the meditation garden. Local lore says the campus is "clothing optional," but there are plenty of places where nudity is not tolerated. Despite the college's reputation for being a freewheeling bastion of liberal politics and hippy ideals although at this point, hipster might be the better word for subculture of choice , some taboos remain.
Collegiate Flesh: An Interview With The Bard Boob Blog Mastermind
I first read about the site on Jezebel who had an alum of the college interview the editors who have chosen to remain anonymous. Curious about breasts as I am, I clicked on the link and viewed the website. It is boobs everywhere, small boobs, big boobs, deep cleavage, painted boobs, brown nipples, man boobs, hairy nipples, pale nipples, boobs on the quad, boobs in the library, braed boobs…. This has inspired a brother site, called CocksOnCampus to begin- you can imagine the imagery. Is it just for fun?
A Bard College blog is prompting students to take their shirts off for the world to see. Called Boobs Bard , the site hosts nine pages of naked torsos. That's right -- just boobs.