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The practice, however, has won Boink grudging approval in at least one unlikely quarter: the Boston University Women's Center, the college's resident feminist organization. "What really stood out is that there were male students in it," Heather Foley, 21, now president of B.U.W.C., which devoted a meeting to discussing the issue, said in a phone interview. "Because there were men in it, and gay men, under the same cover, it was sort of alternative. It kind of equalized it: gay men could look at it, women could look at it, and that was great. Women as objects, men as objects."
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