No dating experience college
Last month’s pieces focused on heterosexual students, so we tried to figure out if there were similar campus trends affecting the LGBTQ community.
While there was quantifiable data about heterosexual behaviors, there haven’t been similarly sized studies done on LGBTQ students’ habits.
The new guys seemed so cute, and your love life seemed so full of possibilities.
But soon you knew all their names, who was cool, and who was weird.
Last month, we debunked some myths surrounding the “hook-up culture” on campuses. Sociologist Paula England told us that 26% of students are dating before hooking up.
While 91% of college students think their campus is dominated by it, only 28% actively participate. Then, we talked to real college students about their own preferences when it comes to dating and hook-up culture.
Have you ever wondered why some people simply give up on the idea of love?
This article shows you why by spilling details about ridiculous dates and time wasters.
Be prepared to meet all kinds of people when dating.At the typical beer-soaked party (even if you're sober), you can't always tell which guys want a one-night thing and which ones truly like you.If you've been drinking, there's not always a trusted friend there to stop you from going too far with a guy you just met.And now you've dated everyone you wanted to, or you don't click with the guys at your school, or you're tired of the high school drama — and you can't wait for college.You've heard the basics about college dating: more types of guys, more freedom, and more mature relationships (hopefully).