University students are being offered the chance to improve their CVs – by attending a workshop on SWINGING.
Undergraduates at Manchester Metropolitan University can earn extra “points” to boost their job prospects by attending an event dedicated to polyamory, a growing relationship trend similar to swinging.
The workshop is part of a series of sex-themed events at the university which is running from January to March.
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The event- Polyamory, Consensual Non-Monogamy and Relationship Anarchy- takes place on Sunday and costs £5 to attend, according to the Manchester Metropolitan University website .
According to The Sun, students have been told their attendance could add to their “Futures Account”, launched to reward extracurricular activities.
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The newspaper quoted one unnamed student as saying: “I’m paying £9,000 a year for my degree and have hardly any classes, then… we’re paying to hear about couples who have loads of partners and that’s supposed to help me get a job.”