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Longhorn Sex: UT Most Promiscuous Campus in U.S., Very Official Survey Says

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Hook 'em Up, Horns.

The University of Texas is a sex-infested 40 acres of nonstop carnality, according to....something called College Magazine. Since it has "College" in the title, we have to assume they know what they're talking about.

The magazine's list of "Most DTF" campuses was put together, it says, by "researching the party scenes, hookup culture, sexual health resources and even streaking incidents."

And coming out on top, to use a phrase with at least a couple of double entendres, was....UT-Austin.

Also, we are glad to report that federal regulations mandate that every one of these types of survey stories that includes Texas must use the most tired cliché possible.

Everything's bigger in Texas, especially the sexual appetites. Named on nearly every list of party schools in the nation, the 50,000+ students at UT ­Austin know how to party -- and get it on. Men's Health named Austin as one of the top cities in the nation for a sexy good time, based on condom sales, birth rates, sex toy sales and rates of (uh-oh) STIs. While this may be synonymous with a fun, wild college experience for students, it's a parent's worst nightmare.

If it had been UH: "Houston, we definitely don't have a problem...having sex!"

Other schools included Florida, Florida State, Penn State and Wisconsin.


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