In his early to late-20s, Justin Trudeau had a robust and wide-ranging sexual appetite — most especially for costumes and role play, a former classmate tells The Chronicle. The two young men were close during their studies at McGill University and would refer to Trudeau’s well-known penchant for costumes as “the kink of circumstance.”
He still thinks that line is rather witty, “in an erudite kind of way.”
Trudeau attended Canada’s most prestigious all-boys Jesuit high school, the Collège Jean-de-Brébeuf. By the time he arrived on campus at McGill, Trudeau was already steeped in layers of fraternity — with all the confidence and presence that comes from immense privilege from a young age.
“In the American parlance, you’d call him a ‘frat boy’s frat boy,’ always the center of attention — the debate team, the drama club,” he explains. “He knew he wanted to be Prime Minister before he ever stepped foot on campus — because his mother has been putting that in his head since birth.”
Trudeau’s former classmate asked not to be named. The two were close for many years but gradually grew apart after Trudeau married Sophie Gregoire and entered politics.
“We stayed up many nights smoking marijuana, usually plotting how we were going to take over the world,” he laughs. “We had a certain world view at the time: that life is all a popularity contest and there it was for the taking. We both knew that no one on campus could charm someone’s pants off more easily than him — so we just planned it out from there.”
The source, who now works as an attorney in Toronto, thinks that Trudeau’s public persona is a carefully crafted brand that is nothing like the buddy he knew in the early 1990s.
“In real life, Justin is one of the coolest dudes you could ever party with, always the first to whip his dick out, so to speak,” he explains. “Now people see him on TV and think he’s a total tight ass. It’s like they cut his balls off and think people are going to want to vote for that.”
“Personally, I would have liked to see him man-up and run like Doug Ford, maybe even take the party a little more to the center,” he adds. “You’d be surprised how conservative Justin’s views are, but he’s always felt that he was born into the Liberal Party and couldn’t leave even if he wanted to.”
Trudeau, he says, was aroused by his own confidence. When in costume, Trudeau would be at peak sexual prowess.
“He really likes situational role play, and I think the costumes bring out a certain sexual energy in him. He joked all the time about how he’d have to tuck his erection into his belt every Holloween,” he claims. “I don’t think I’ve ever seen him put on a turban or a headdress without getting laid.”
He recalls their senior year when he and Trudeau engaged in a semester-long contest to ejaculate on as many of the campus’s chalkboards as they could get away with. Trudeau won that contest with eight chalkboards to his six, he remembers.
“The numbers could have gone higher, but I got caught in an incident, by a very understanding campus secretary, about a month into the semester,” he remembers. “I didn’t get into any trouble, and she couldn’t have been sweeter about it, but I decided to forfeit the competition.”