Lit Lit: The Twilight Renaissance

twilight-u-k-quad-i4606The word “renaissance,” which is, I believe, French, means a profound rebirth. So it’s only fitting that the rebirth of Lit Lit should start with a discussion of the recently renewed interest in Stephanie Meyers’s young-adult Vampire romance novels and worldwide literary phenomenon: Twilight. Continue reading

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Getting Freaky, Volume XIII: 50 Shades of Great

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via fitocracy.com and literally everywhere else

Whether you’ve just begun your journey into freakitude or you began it long ago, The Thrill is here to help you improve your safe, consensual sexy sex times by answering your most burning questions. Have a question about x-rated materials? Send us an e-mail at thekenyonthrill@gmail.com with the subject line Sex Q and we’ll answer it in our next edition. Feeling embarrassed? Not to worry– we’ve set up a Gmail account to allow for anonymous questions. The username is “gettingfreakythrill” and the password is “thethrill”. Log in and shoot us an email, and your question may be featured on the blog!

Hello again, sexy lovelies! Today is Valentine’s Day, and nothing says “undress me and have your way with my body” like paper hearts and cheap teddy bears. Valentines sex is a must if you have anyone even remotely special in your life. However, after eating your weight in Russell Stover chocolates, it might be tempting to resort to some pretty vanilla love tactics. Missionary? In the dark? Under the covers? Come on, folks! We can do better! (Without, of course, resorting to the kind of freaky abuse peddled to the masses in the form of 50 Shades of Grey. Avoid that franchise at all costs.) If your enthusiastically consensual something-something is interested in getting a little, shall we say, freaky, you might want to try out a couple of these moves:

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Kenyon Konfusion: Theme Parties You’ve Been Confused By

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We’re here to say it’s okay. It happens to everybody. Your mom still loves you. But really, it’s okay to be confused by a theme party. It’s probably happened to every Kenyon student (well, probably not every Kenyon studen). You know, when you accidentally whipped out a costume for a party that wasn’t actually a costume party. Or maybe you just misunderstood the concept of ABC parties. Hey–we’re glad you’re comfortable with your birthday suit–don’t let anybody tell you differently. What we’re trying to relay here is that we feel your pain. Kenyon students are occasionally overly ambitious with their party themes–we know.  So here we’ve rolled out a list of all-campus theme parties that may be in need of clarification (or not).

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