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‘Anti-abstinence club’ makes appearance at Georgetown University

Unclear if club actually exists

An apparent club dedicated to extramarital sex was spotted at Georgetown University this week, presumably promoting an ideology of sex outside of marriage at the Catholic university.

The “anti-abstinence club” was noted by Georgetown student Amelia Irvine (herself a former College Fix fellow).

“There is an ‘anti-abstinence [club]’ tabling [right now] at you can’t make this stuff up,” Irvine wrote on Twitter.

A photograph taken by Irvine shows an individual seated at a table that apparently belongs to the “anti-abstinence club.” The group’s title is messily scrawled on a white T-shirt. The apparent lone member of the club is holding up a sign that says “SEX FEELS AMAZING.”

It is unclear if the group is a real club at Georgetown. It is not listed in the school’s directory of student organizations.

Georgetown is a Catholic university; the Catholic Church holds that unchaste sex before marriage is a mortal sin.

MORE: Meet the student group persecuted for its support of traditional marriage

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