University of Kansas orders coed cleavage Twitter page to cease and desist its activities

Posted by on Jun 11, 2013 at 8:38 pm
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The University of Kansas has demanded that a Twitter fan page devoted to posting pictures of coed cleavage butt out.

The University sent a cease and desist or order to @KUboobs, which took off like wild fire in February 2012 when female Jayhawk fans began sending in ‘boob selfies’ – pictures of their cleavage in low-cut KU t-shirts.

The ‘boobment’ – as Ken Soap, who runs the page, calls it – has spawned more than 55,000 Twitter followers and its own line of KU merchandise.

KU Boobs announced the legal filing by the university with a Twitter post yesterday that said: ‘KU Boobs has been ordered to cease and desist by The University of Kansas by June 12, 2013.

‘If you have ever wanted to submit a #kuboobs pic and never have, this is your last chance!’

In response, numerous young women submitted photos of their cleavage with the hash tag #SaveKUboobs.’

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3 Responses to “University of Kansas orders coed cleavage Twitter page to cease and desist its activities”

  1. Ragspierre on 12/12/13 at 10:17 am

    Less here than meets the eye (well…legally speaking).

    KU has to defend its trademark, or lose it.