Harvard University's newest magazine may be called the H Bomb, but its topic is more anatomical than atomic.
The sex magazine will be introduced this spring, complete with nude photographs and erotic articles. It is the brainchild of two female undergraduates who say the journal will be a literary and art magazine about sex.
"It will provide comfortable, relaxed discussion that doesn't hold back and puts a lighter spin on something that shouldn't be a restricted or delicate topic at Harvard," the students wrote in an e-mail, responding to questions.
Harvard's Committee on College Life approved the magazine, arguing that no matter how uncomfortable the explicit pictures may make some people, the students have a right to free speech. Lawyers at the 368-year-old Ivy League university agreed.