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New college president signs agreement prohibiting her from having sex at home

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The Insider Higher Education website reports an unusual no sex condition in a contract signed by Gwendolyn Boyd, the latest Alabama State University president. Boyd returned to her alma mater to support the school during a financial crisis. She will assume her new role as president on February 1. Her contract includes a $300,000 annual salary, a car, and a house provided from the university. As president, Boyd must occupy the residence and adhere to a clause that states she cannot have any intimacy in the home. The clause states:

“For so long as Dr. Boyd is President and a single person, she shall not be allowed to cohabitate in the President’s residence with any person with whom she has a romantic relation.”

The contract can be viewed at the Birmingham News site. Although some question if the school can legally bind Boyd to the no sex clause, Boyd agreed to its terms.

Read more about this story at the Insider Higher Education website.

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