NYC College Student Suspended for Having Consensual Threesome

New York City is supposed to be the most open-minded place in the world. You can’t walk ten feet down the street without seeing something insane, but New Yorkers manage to stroll on by without a second glance all of the time. Unfortunately this doesn’t apply to school administrators.
A formed New York City drama student is suing his college after he was suspended for partaking in a fully consensual threesome.
WTF?! Various schools won’t even entertain legitimate sexual assault cases, but they’re going to suspend a dude for having an agreeable sexual rendezvous?!
According to court documents, the guy and girl – referred to as John Doe and Jane Doe in documents – met their freshman year at American Musical and Dramatic Academy near Lincoln Center on Manhattan’s Upper West Side.
Jane was interested in experimenting with another fella, so the duo invited a second dude – referred to as Richard Doe in the papers – to hop in the sack with them. This is where things get tricky.
Despite initiating the sexual encounter, Jane later regretted it, and decided to complain about the experience to school administrators.
According to the Daily Mail, “both of the young men have a recording of the woman admitting that she may have bitten off more than she could chew by participating in the experimental sex session. ‘It was just a lot to handle . . . Both of you guys at one time,’ she allegedly said. ‘I mean damn. Maybe another time, but at different times.’”
Administrators blamed both men for violating the school’s misconduct policy and were suspended for two semesters. They were also ordered to complete sex-violence training as well as write an essay.
Eventually the school lowered the charge to violating the school’s basic rules of conduct… which apparently includes no threesomes ever.
What do you guys think? Is this ridiculous or what? Sound off in the comments below.

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