Deleting the story on Thursday, they denied denied the “accusations of plagiarism or misogyny” but admitted they didn’t want to fuel such “stereotypes” or show that “misogyny is something that is accepted”.
“In our view this piece was attempting to satirise the misogynistic (and, indeed, misandrist) 'how to...' dating guides that pervade the mainstream media,” they said.
Do people tend to have sex with "anyone" or with someone they are in a relationship with?
Tally ho, my fine saucy young trollop, your luck's in.
Many wealthy young women “profess ignorance” about current affairs.
I'd say random hook-ups and relationships are equally prevalent although one night stands are maybe less common than they are elsewhere (not sure if this is due to workload/morals/geekiness or a combination of all 3! Do people tend to have sex with "anyone" or with someone they are in a relationship with?
Her godfather, it casually emerges, is a Cabinet minister.
Or she’s leaving town for the evening to ‘have supper in the Lords’.
Grace Goddard and Barbara Speed, the newspaper’s co-editors, who are both studying at Wadham College, said: “The piece was a lifestyle/comment piece which we clearly did not intend to be offensive.
"The article was not commissioned but a personal contribution from the author.