Harvard’s ‘Kinky’ Sex Club Invites Jezebel Spirit's Sexual Immorality

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The shiny toe of the John Harvard Statue is seen in Harvard Yard at Harvard University in Cambridge, Massachusetts November 16, 2012. Students and tourists touch the toe of the statue for luck. (Reuters/Jessica Rinaldi)

The Harvard College Munch, a student club that advocates safe practices for kinky sex, is nothing new. But its official recognition by the 376-year-old university is.

Consider the self-stated purpose of the immoral group: “to promote a positive and accurate understanding of alternative sexualities and kink on campus, as well as to create a space where college-age adults may reach out to their peers and feel accepted in their own sexuality.”

“Harvard College Munch therefore meets an otherwise unaddressed need on campus,” the group’s website states. “Though existing campus groups range from representing women and men, queer sexualities and orientations, all the way to groups dedicated to abstinence, no other group exists as a forum for students interested in alternative sexualities to explore their identities and develop a community with their peers.”

Keep in mind that Harvard is the same university that granted honorary degrees to the likes of George Washington, John Adams, Thomas Jefferson and John Quincy Adams. Now, Harvard College Munch will further dishonor the school’s legacy by organizing “relevant events—speakers, discussions, and screenings” related to sexual immorality. But this goes far deeper than Harvard.

Jezebel’s Immoral Seductions
In the age of Fifty Shades of Grey, a best-selling trilogy of erotic novels that features a college graduate and a young business magnate, kinky sex is finding more mainstream acceptance. Indeed, Cosmopolitan publishes articles about kinky sex moves and naughty sex ideas while Glamour magazine put forth the “Sex Challenge: Try These Boyfriend-Approved Kinky Things.”

It seems pop culture is making light of kinky sex. But what is kinky sex, really? Kink includes spanking, tickling, bondage, dominance and submission, sadomasochism, cuckoldry, and sexual fetishism. People die during “kinky” sexual encounters. The danger of kinky sex has led to a cadre articles about “safer” sadomasochism so people can enjoy their sexual perversions with less danger of going to hell in the very act.

Kinky sex is the realm of the Jezebel spirit, which sanctions sexual immorality (Rev. 2:20). Jezebel is the seducer that entices people to engage in all manner of sexual immorality, from teenage fornication to full-fledged kink. It’s a widespread demonic influence in our society—and a demonic influence that has invaded the church. To be sure, Jezebel is behind the fall of celebrated generals who ended their career with scandals and celebrated pastors who stepped down from the pulpit with shame.

Harvard’s official line is that, it “does not endorse the views or activities of any independent student organization.” But giving kinky sex activists a space on campus, making it possible for them to apply for grants to fund the promotion of their perversions, and allowing the group to market itself around the institution legitimizes sexual immorality. Harvard has effectively given a nod to Jezebel.

A Welcome Mat for Sex Traffickers
By sanctioning the kink club, Harvard is opening the door to new heights of sexual perversion on its campus—and possibly putting out a welcome mat for undercover sex traffickers in student clothing. Think about it for a minute. How difficult would it really be for a sex-slave trader to infiltrate the group and woo an unsuspecting kinky sex subscriber back to his den?

Many Harvard students may otherwise never be exposed to kink, but the spirit of Jezebel will take any opportunity it can to seduce anyone into the bondage of sexual immorality. I pray that university-approved kink sex club does not lead curious students into natural and spiritual bondage but the stark reality is that no good can come from this group—but plenty of Harvard-approved evil is now crouching at dorm room doors.

Devi Nair, vice president of the Harvard Republicans Club, put it this way in a Harvard Crimson article about the club: “Allowing for such a group tacitly ignores the fact that … modern society still promotes certain boundaries. Allowing for a kinky sex group will only foster similar, if not more extreme clubs within our community.”

I pray Nair is wrong, but we all know she’s probably right. Lord, deliver us from evil. Amen.

Jennifer LeClaire is news editor at Charisma. She is also the author of several books, including Did the Spirit of God Say That? You can email Jennifer at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.  or visit her website here. You can also join Jennifer on Facebook or follow her on Twitter.

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