Two British academics have conducted a survey of colleges and universities in the country, finding that few of them have policies barring students or faculty members from working in the sex industry, The Times Higher reported. At the same time, many colleges have "unwritten assumptions" discouraging such out-of-class employment. In a related article, the newspaper reported about discussion of a blog called Diary of a Russell Group University Call Girl. (The Russell Group is the organization of Britain's leading research universities.)
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