Last week we spoke to three sociologists who debunked some of the myths surrounding college dating — namely that hook-up culture is more of a subculture, and yes, dating still exists. But what do actual college students think? We interviewed 30 campus co-eds to find out, and asked them whether or not they prefer hooking up to dating or vice versa. Their answers span the entire relationship spectrum, proving that attitudes towards college relationships are diverse and changing. Commitment is always an issue. Everyone at college is afraid of losing touch after graduation, so taking a chance on keeping someone around in a serious way is scary.
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Donna Freitas, author of The End of Sex, talks about the generation that's having sex, but not connecting. By Sarah Treleaven Updated March 27, And why hooking up all the time is really less fun than it sounds. Q: Can you explain what you mean by hookup culture?
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In fact, hooking up is an expression that can signify many different things to different people. There are many different reasons as to why hooking up is such a broad and extensive term. In the first place, it enables people to openly discuss and share their sexual experiences without really having to reveal the exact details about what transpired. In other words, this phrase enables you to maintain some privacy about the specifics of your intimate time with someone else by keeping things vague and open-ended.