4. What is the “robot” fetish?
Answer: It is the name popularly used to describe a fetish related to humanoid or non-humanoid robots or people dressed in robot costumes. A related fetish involves attraction to mannequins or statues. A common fantasy related to these fetishes involves transformation into a robot, mannequin or statue.
5. What is a “looner?”
Answer: It is a balloon fetish, referring to people who are sexually stimulated by having balloons inflated within certain body cavities.
6. What is infantilism?
Answer: Dressing or acting as a baby for sexual stimulation.
7. What is the “Intergenerational” fetish?
Answer: Being aroused by sex between older and younger people. This is also known as pedophilia.
8. What is the “Messy” fetish?
Answer: Being aroused by getting extremely dirty (literally) during sex.
9. What is “Trample-Crush” fetish?
Answer: Being stepped on, trampled or crushed for sexual enjoyment.
10. What is “bestiality” fetish?
Answer: Having sexual intercourse with animals.
As you can see, Georgia Tech has been deeply concerned with its image as an academic institution that provides a technical education in boring areas like mathematics, physics, chemistry, and engineering. In order to solve this problem, administrators have been dedicating considerable resources to help change the school’s image.
Now, you can send your child to Georgia Tech, where he or she (or “undecided,” if “it” is experiencing gender identity confusion) can learn about pedophilia, bestiality, and “robot fetishism” in a safe environment free from excessive moral judgment and intolerance.
If you think that GTCOW at Georgia Tech has nothing to do with pornography, this is certainly the place for you. For more information on admissions, write to Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta, Georgia 30332, or call the President at 404.894.5051.