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Oxford Uni limit students overnight guest visits 'to stop GROUP SEX sessions'

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The University of Oxford have cracked down on students who want guests to sleep over at their halls, restricting them to only having overnight visitors TWICE a month.

Oxford are apparently trying to reduce steamy sex sessions and have also limited students to one guest a night due to group sex sessions taking place at a notorious party, The Sun reports.

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Speaking to The Sun about the new limitations, an unnamed student said: “This shows just how hopelessly out of touch the colleges are.

“It’s like they were written in the 17th Century, when sex was illegal outside of marriage.

There are 44 colleges at Oxford and all have their own individual rules on how students can host overnight guests in their bedrooms. Hereford College requires students to gain written permission, St Hugh’s asks students to “seek advance permission from the Dean”, while Magdalen College forbids all overnight guests.

Anyone breaking these strict rules can be fined or kicked out of their accommodation.

A university spokesman said: “Colleges need to know how many are on the premises. This is a basic safety requirement in case of fire or other emergency.

“Every individual college has this responsibility and each has a policy to ensure they meet it.”


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