As http://abcnews.go.com had noted these days,
If Internet users were grading Duke University graduate Karen Owen’s thesis on her active sex life, she’d likely get an ‘A’ for attention to detail.
Owen has become a much-discussed topic on blogs, Web sites and even morning shows after her so-called thesis, chronicling her sexual escapades during her undergraduate years at Duke, went public.
The comments on the information leak and the whole story are now flooding the major websites. Everyone goes into gossips and details of Ms Karen’s thesis writing the comments left and right. There is also a big discussion between female and male story watchers on how could alike story be treated by the society if Ms Karen Owen was a guy.
We as the thesis writing service working with students of both genders, all nationalities and races, believe it is everyone’s personal business what to say and what not to say until this all is relevant to the person himself or herself. Writing a thesis on someone else intimate details is unfair and rude.
On this matter, we fully support Duke University Administration:
“Our foremost concern is to provide for the well-being of our students, and to respect their privacy,” said Duke’s Vice President for Public Affairs Michael Schoenfeld in a statement. “We’ve been reaching out to those who’ve been affected by this incident and will continue to support them.”