June 28, 2009

Brigham Young University Allows YouTube Access

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Washington Post, June 28, 2009

No wonder BYU has such a great football team. With all that pent-up sexual energy the players must be explosive on the field.

According to the above Washington Post article:

Brigham Young University, the Mormon church school where students agree to live a chaste and virtuous life, has lifted its almost three-year policy of blocking access to YouTube.

A ban on YouTube?

Apparently, the BYU administration was concerned that students might stumble across porn while perusing YouTube. The ban was lifted because of an increasing amount of educational material on the site.

BYU alum need not worry about the school's declining moral values.

The school's student newspaper refused an ad for the above T-shirt in 2004. (link)

And Chad Hardy, the man who produced the Men on a Mission calendar was excommunicated from the church and was denied his BYU dipoma. The calendar features twelve sexy returning Mormon missionaries posing shirtless. The below video has the Mormon beefcake featured in the 2009 calendar.

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1 comment:

Anonymous said...

I am not a mormon but resent the BS shown