Harvard Men's Soccer Team Suspended After Discovery Of Misogynistic Tradition! Find Out What They Were Doing To Female Players!
Even the country's brightest young minds can do the most brutish sh*t.
That was confirmed by a recent scandal at Harvard University, which suspended its entire men's soccer team after discovering players had a ranking system for members of the women's team.
The team, ranked first in the Ivy League, was suspended for the rest of the season after the student newspaper unearthed the "appalling" document, which included ratings of the female players' attractiveness and sexually explicit comments.
In what seems to be a yearly tradition, the documents featured pictures of the female athletes with their hotness rating — using the traditional scale of 1-10 — and providing reasons for their decisions.
The report also noted which sexual positions they thought each woman would prefer.
According to the Harvard Crimson newspaper, the documents date back to 2012, and were publicly accessible through a former team's Google Group. An investigation found that the annual ranking had continued to the current season.
In a statement, University President Drew Faust wrote she was