First they say students should sex, and then they say they shouldn't. In the Jan. Campus Illustrated, Dr. Leo Koch advised students to sex freely. But in the February number, there arises a champion of virtue in the person of Jayne Mansfield, no less.
Miss Mansfield "whose 165 I.Q.," according to the C.I. press release, "matching her physical I.Q. (Incredible Qualities)," says, "You can mess yourself up pretty heavily by giving vent to sexual desire. People, and particularly the young, should channel their sex drives elsewhere--either into work or sports." And she adds, "Indiscriminate use of sexual desire makes no sense. I mean, after all, you don't let a child eat all the candy he wants merely because he wants it..."