Bogle explores the new sexual culture though real life stories and interviews of college aged students. This paper will be written in a form that analyzes two articles on The Hook-up Culture in college and dating in college. One is written by a college student herself and the. Everyone knows that hook-ups are in and what to expect for sex, right? I get the impression that everyone puts up this front that makes him or her seem smart about sex and hook-ups, but realistically they are faking it till they make it.
Students must contend with this culture even if they are not especially sexually active. In fact, many students are not very active. The average graduating senior reports hooking up just eight times in four years; and a third do not hook up even a single time. Individual students can and do opt out of casual hookup sexual encounters, but few can escape dealing with that culture.
Some people only engage in serious and committed relationships, which are monogamous. On the other hand, others prefer non-committed relationships that may involve several partners at a time. However, there may not always be such clear-cut boundaries in some relationships, since some people may be in serious relationships but still have casual arrangements on the side.
A new study published in the Journal of Sex Research compares a survey on sexual practices from to one from Researchers from the University of Portland found that respondents from the later survey did not report more sexual partners after the age 18, more frequent sex or more partners during the past year than respondents from the earlier survey. In fact, most people are still having sex with a regular partner rather than with random people. According to the new study, The researchers chalk up the differences in responses to the earlier set of people surveyed containing a higher proportion of married people.