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One College Football Coach Kisses His Male Players Before Each Game, and It’s Not Creepy

In the era of Donald Trump’s forced kisses and a campus sexual assault crisis that’s festered on college sports teams, it’s rare to read about locker-room smooches that have nothing to do with sex crimes. As such, a quick glance at the New York Times’ report of the pregame football tradition at the University of Houston—players lining up for kisses from their coach—initially struck me as a piece about sexual coercion in college football.
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