Alecia Oleyourryk Is Boink Editor

February 11, 2008

Meet Alecia Oleyourryk, the editor of the college sex magazine, “Boink”. See her biography and photos here.

This week, “Boink” is releasing its first book, entitled “Boink: College Sex by the People Having It”. It is priced at $17.99 and edited by Alecia Oleyourryk.

Alecia Oleyourryk Biography

As a biography, Alecia Oleyourryk is age 24. She grew up in Oswego, New York with “old-fashioined” parents. She attended Boston University where she was a magazine journalism major and is currently a bartender in New York. She’d like to be an actress in L.A.

In 2005, Alecia and Christopher Anderson founded the college sex magazine “Boink” at Boston University with the goal of outdoing Harvard University’s counterpart, “H Bomb”. Not approved by or otherwise related to BU, the magazine tells stories of sexuality in college life.

Of the magazine, Alecia says,

“We are setting out to entertain, to titillate, to turn people on.”

The former BU student felt that it would hypocritical to ask others to pose nude for her magazine without doing it herself, so she has sat for two photo shoots, one of which created the cover shot for the first magazine, featuring Alecia standing in red panties.

See more photos of Alecia Oleyourryk below.

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2 Responses to “Alecia Oleyourryk Is Boink Editor”

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    Aaron Says:

    Alecia Oleyourryk could more accurately be categorized as a deadbeat editor. Her and co-editor of Boink Magazine Christopher Anderson haven’t lived up to their agreements to pay the writers for issue 6 of Boink Magazine, and won’t even respond to attempts at communication about the matter. Some of the writers weren’t even aware that their stories had been published. I’m no lawyer, but that sounds like copyright infringement to me. Very shady business practices by seriously unprincipled people.

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    Alison Says:

    I second this. They published my work in Issue #6 and I still haven’t seen a penny. All my attempts to contact them go unanswered.