Noting our coverage of November’s “incrediblyyyyyyyyyy sexual” Cornell Craigslist orgy planner, the Cornell Daily Sun played To Catch a Predator last Friday, publishing a story in which a team of intrepid reporters pose as an NSA-seeking female on Craigslist, and then giggle wildly when they receive “over 50 responses in two days.” Always the tease, Sun kept its unwitting subjects anonymous, but we have no doubt they facebooked every single entry, because seriously, how could you not? Somewhere, a “36-year-old professor” is super red-faced.
So you say you’re looking to experiment eh? As an engineer I know how to experiment.
Given the Sun‘s fascination with “homosexual and bi-sexual men” who want to “explore… without having to come out,” we wonder if there is an alternate version of this article where the Sun‘s tricky staff writes an m4m listing. They can call it “Everybody’s Doing It, Part II: Panic Attacks Sweep Closeted Gay Population.” Ithaca’s “Casual Encounters” is about to suffer a loss of activity… or a huge spike, depending on how much anonymous sex-seekers enjoy exhibitionism.