” As much as it’s true, people will think you are a sad individual for letting that come out of your mouth.Just let the youngins party like they want to (since they can’t go to the bars yet lol)!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.
Learn what it takes to make that special guy or gal yours, and enjoy some sarcasm surrounding the topics of love, dating, and college life.
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.
Like for all students, being seen as popular is still widely associated with being part of a party scene, and a lot of the young people we spoke to felt alienated by this sentiment.
It seems that for many students who identify as queer, connecting with their LGBTQ centers on campus, interest groups, and online dating apps are the ways they're seeking out and finding others to go on dates with.