NSFW: Students shoot porn at Columbia University library

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A group of students and artists shot a pornographic video at Columbia University.
Credit: Purple Magazine

Leave it to art nerds to turn naked female college students into porn actresses who are “not there to make you sexually aroused.”

Sex blogger Karley Sciortino and artist and Columbia student Coco Young created an art film, or a highbrow porn, called “Initiation,” reports Ivygate. They shot the film at Columbia University’s Butler Library with several other young women, including Sara Grace Powell, a senior at Barnard College. Click on the link to watch the video on Purple Magazine’s website.

Exceptional students create exceptional porn videos, so don’t expect anything run-of-the-mill in this creepy, “Rosemary’s Baby”-esque short. Young told Ivygate that she drew inspiration for her video from sororities and fraternities. She added that it’s supposed to be a feminist statement that hits back at the objectification of women.

The video is strange, to say the least, though porn aficionados who like watching women pour milk on themselves and smash eggs on each other will enjoy the film. Young told Ivygate that in spite of their antics, no one on campus seemed to mind that they were filming naked (as evidenced by the scene where a woman studies quietly in the corner). She said the film’s location was especially relevant because of the “gender tension” on campus between Columbia and Barnard.

Young said she and her colleagues intended to “create a repulsion” with their video.


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