Male and female college students have been caught singing about sex with underage girls and rape in a sickening video clip that was posted online this week.
The short clip appeared on Instagram on Monday of students at Saint Mary’s University in Halifax, Canada during orientation activities for freshman.
The rowdy group of men and women, clap and wave their arms on the football field as they chant the lines: ‘Y is for your sister […] U is for underage, N is for no consent […] Saint Mary’s boys we like them young.’
The same week that a video showing first-year students at Saint Mary’s University in Halifax chanting about non-consensual sex with underage girls surfaced online, students at UBC were singing a variation of the song.
The students at SMU sparked a firestorm of protest for singing, “Y is for your sister, O is for oh so tight, U is for underage, N is for no consent, G is for grab that ass, SMU boys we like them young,” in a video that appeared online Wednesday.
According to The Ubyssey, UBC’s newspaper, students participating in Sauder FROSH, a three-day orientation organized by the Commerce Undergraduate Society, chanted: “Y-O-U-N-G at UBC we like em young Y is for yourrr sister O is for ohh so tight U is for under age N is for noo consent G is for goo to jail.”
FROSH co-chair Jacqueline Chen told The Ubyssey the chants have been going on for many years, and while the CUS had been chastized in the past for the cheers, the undergraduate society now works to make sure the chant stays private.