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What's Bruin at UCLA: Bathroom Sex, Afflalo Leaves for NBA

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There have been student reports of gay sexual encounters occuring in the Royce Hall bathroom over the past year. Campus police have confirmed that more than one report has been filed on this matter. One student suggests that gay sex is occuring through holes that exist between the stalls and urinals in the bathroom -- kinky?

Some are claiming that gay students (or visitors perhaps) turn to bathroom sex as a way to cope with discrimination. But c'mon, if you can't be gay at UCLA then where can you be? We'd like to think it's only fair to drop the gay label and just say everybody's doing it -- bathroom love is in. As long as you and your casual partner get there promptly after cleaning at 7am -- otherwise that's just nasty.

Arron Afflalo Passes Up his Senior Year to Enter the NBA Draft

He took his time making the decision after a second upsetting loss to Florida -- after a second good look at the NCAA title, he is ready to move on. Although he is dropping his current classes, he is determined to return at some point and finish his UCLA degree. Without Afflalo on next year's roster, some are saying that UCLA will be shy of a Final Four favorite -- but don't count them out yet. Ever heard of Kevin Love?

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