Armed with the knowledge that regular physical exercise brings health benefits and helps with studying, the young men behind Bib:Love are more than happy to provide support.
Female students who are tired of spending most of their time in the library and are in the mood for a little closeness and intimacy are encouraged to send an email. “Many students are too stressed out during exams to go out at night. This leads their sex lives to languish,” explained members of the trio.
Three German business students are offering a gigolo service to female students which they claim could help their clients beat stress and improve their grades. The guys also claim they are champions of female sexual emancipation.
The trio, whose names weren’t revealed and replaced by other ones Christopher, Oskar and Markus, have plastered their university’s campus with ads for their service.
“We are focusing on female students in particular, because they generally come out badly after one-night stands,” explained one boy of the team Christopher, 21. “What’s more, girls who just want to have some fun are often labelled as sluts.”
According to The Daily Mail, the team have dubbed their project Bib:Love – a play on the German word Bibliothek, meaning library – and their slogans promise ‘Good grades through Good Sex’.
It may seem that the guys just fancy themselves in the role of sex-saints, it is also possible they are trying to mask their own insecurity. In any case, the team appear incredibly casual as they address their fellow students about their huge plans in the L3 student café at the University of Mannheim.
“The L3 is the perfect spot because there are always a lot of students here during the week,” says one of them. “Then you can meet and have a beer and check to see if the chemistry is right.” The young men reserve the right to withdraw their service should a girl’s appearance be unpromising.
The trio revealed that the idea to create Bib:Love came to them during an alcohol-fueled night last autumn and the concept is simple: female students who are stressed about the grind of classes can contact the guys by email. One of the three creators will show up and, if all goes well, the evening ends in sex.
So far, the group reported that it has received many more emails of curiosity and has serviced five clients.
As NBC Chicago writes, some women on campus were skeptical of the premise of Bib:Love, though, and said it seemed the men are just trying to find women for sex — not that there’s necessarily anything wrong with that.
Despite their claims to be champions of female sexuality, the free gigolo service they are offering is far from revolutionary. Christopher admitted to the paper that unusual sexual practices are not catered for.
The service’s first client said her experience was fun but that the service didn’t seem particularly radical, and a student council member said she was skeptical of its claim to help women get better grades.
However, this fact hasn’t stopped Oskar, Christopher and Julius from considering broadening the project to nearby towns.