Natalie Krinsky caused a rumpus at Yale - and then on the internet - with her sex column.
Was it true, asks Catherine Elsworth. The last subject Natalie Krinsky expected to major in, when she achieved her dream of a place at Yale, was sex. But within a year, the Canadian-born teenager had become the Carrie Bradshaw of malika sherawat fucking pussy Ivy League, dispensing pithy observations about sex and relationships via a weekly student newspaper column - not only for her peers but, thanks to the internet, eager readers nationwide.
Nor did she anticipate the agonising moment when her Israeli-born parents discovered her extra-curricular pursuit, thanks to the colleague of her investment-banker father who forwarded him a particularly spicy column.
It's a shock to find you're paying all that money for an education you didn't even know your daughter was getting.
As the outside world began to cotton on, the column was regularly gettinghits. Fans ranged from the year-old student who asked Krinsky to his high-school prom, to the alumnus of the Forties, wistful about how times had changed: Soon newspapers such as The New York Times were documenting the party of college sex columnists and Krinsky found herself being interviewed on national television.
Eventually she decided to turn the columns into a novel, Chloe Naked Yale, a tale school relationship skirmishes, undergraduate lust and longings based on her years among the socially prestigious and precociously bright. And needless to say, it isn't proper at all," our narrator, Chloe Carrington, declares, on the bright pink cover, which features a silhouette of a slender girl dangling a bikini top. We follow the fun-loving grad as she partakes of "naked parties", debauched road trips and ill-advised "hook-ups" with unsuitable boys with names like Maxwell.
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