Man Meat Mondays: September 12th, 2011

It’s Monday, September 12th, and it was on this day back in 1959 when the first regularly scheduled TV program in color made its premiere. That show was Bonanza, but who cares? Here’s your weekly dose of sexy hunky bunky wunky man meat.

Today’s Collegiate Factoids

This month in 1837, Oberlin Collegiate Institute in Ohio became the first college in the U.S. to grant equal status to men and women.

Now known as Oberlin College, the school’s action shocked many people. Its leaders reasoned that many mothers and sisters often served as the only teachers boys had on the nation’s frontier so the better educated the women, the better trained the men would be.

During its history, Oberlin was the first to regularly admit African-Americans, granted the first degree to a black woman, and was one of the first to have coeducational dormitories.

Today, coeducational schools are the norm, and on the nation’s campuses, there are more than 10 million women compared to about 2 million fewer men.

— Source: Chase’s Calendar of Events 2011 and the U.S. Census Bureau

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