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Enter the Anscombe Society. The society is religiously unaffiliated and politically nonpartisan, and Pollnow says that, while they stake out positions on various hot-button issues eg. Despite existing on a campus with some student-led organizations, the Anscombe Society, with ten participating members and 70 students on its mailing list, is a visible presence at Princeton. They regularly team up with Princeton Pro-Life to host events where students have the opportunity to speak to incoming freshman or alumni. Pollnow notes that 75 percent of Princeton students have one or no sexual partner in a year.
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Aaron Sibarium am, Sep 22, Staff Columnist. E very culture since the dawn of time has placed constraints on sex. These strictures are thankfully in decline. Other conventions, however — discouraging teen pregnancy, criminalizing incest and stigmatizing prostitution — have long served an important function. Sex makes babies, complicates friendships, hurts feelings and destroys families.