H.S. Students Draft ‘Fantasy Slut League’

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Based loosely on “Fantasy Football” some varsity athletes at a San Francisco Bay Area High School have created a “Fantasy Slut League”. Instead of baseball or football, this game was sex. The players…male student athletes. And, instead of being pure fantasy, the league was quite real.

Basically the male student athletes “draft” female students and earn points for documenting sexual activity with them.

The principal of Piedmont High School, Rich Kitchens, found out about the fantasy league at a rape prevention seminar and immediately sent out a letter to parents.

According to CNN affiliate KGO the letter said, “a ‘Fantasy Slut League’ in which our female students (unbeknownst to most of them) are drafted as part of the league.”

“Male students earn points for documented engagement in sexual activities with female students,” the principal wrote, according to KGO. “Participation often involved pressure/manipulation by older students that included alcohol to impair judgment/control and social demands to be popular.”

Even more disturbing, the letter said that this league has been going on for the past 5 years as a “bonding” experience.

Kitchens says that the league is under investigation and none of this activity is going on now. That he knows of.

What do you think about the ‘Fantasy Slut League’?

Viewers serve up their thoughts:

Richard writes: Sad

Andrea: The girl that was interviewed must be one of the future “women in binders” that Mr. Romney spoke about. Way to perpetuate the cycle, let’s just keep sweeping it under the rug and chalk it up to “boys being boys.”

Danielle: dhts sad but its been gng on for five yrs already but to dwngrade females in dht kinda way is dha worse way possible!

Britney: Horrifying. As if teen girls aren’t already the victim of ‘slut-shaming’, now the boys are making a game of it?

Dennis: That’s “way” over the line and needs to be put to a stop. Def in the same category as bullying which is horrible. All schools need to take more action on it.

Serve up your thoughts.

And that’s today’s helping of the Online Dish.