The following letter to the editor of The Review, a student publication, at Utah Valley University, provides strong evidence that the editors allow pseudonyms for its letter writers.
One Bonnie Cutthroat, perhaps deepthroat would have been more apropo, reports sightings of horny, ovulating, coeds wearing skin tight shorts inviting sexual intercourse in public. Bonnie’s father called it amorous commotion. Many young women go to college to earn their MRS degree. Let’s face it, some of them come from large families and are looking for young man from an affluent family who can support them financially. Isn’t that what Pride and Prejudice was essentially about?
Now, I am aware that you young folks think the world of freedom from responsibility and so forth, but you are leaving a lot of room for misunderstanding about your attitudes toward adult behavior and impropriety.
Last week I was on your campus to review the health of your forestry and I was dumbfounded by the attire I saw passing. Young women with pants so short they could have been bathing suits, young men without any shirts whatsoever, both sexes showing underwear as if the public lawns and paths were locker rooms!
And at the same time I saw numerous couples engaged in what my father would call amorous commotion. In public!
What you need to realize is the value of your innocence(please expound on the value of their innocence. Weren’t you horny when you were their age?); the true worth of a reputation is beyond the fleeting seconds of carnal craving. And what do your professors think?(I am sure some of the professors there are banging their scantily clad female teaching assistants)
I suggest you all take a long look at yourselves.(They do in the mirror to make sure the contour of their ass and legs will attract virile young males)