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The classic feminist feint! Personally, I think driving on an icy road during a blizzard at midnight is less risky than have no-strings sex with your femboy’s fuckbuddy’s girlfriend’s sub’s bisexual roommate.

I have slept with seven-soon-to-be-eight virgins, been the first kiss of three college students and am currently involved in a poly network with four men and two women in. I am the one-woman Committee to End the Promiscuity Gap here. :)

Now that’s what I call successful niche marketing.

“Come virgins, one and all! Ozy the 6 will swipe your vcard and write about it on the internet!”

132Isabel October 9, 2011 at 3:50 pm
However, estimates consistently range from nearly 65% to approximately 80% of undergraduate participants reporting having engaged in a hook-up at least once in their college career.

1. Undergraduates so figure includes both men and women. Each gender had 277 participants and both reported similar behaviours on almost every level except comfort.
2. At least once over the course of four years (i.e length of degree) is the qualifying criterion. It appears a woman who engaged in above-waist petting once in four years is on the same level as a woman who has had full intercourse 400 times in a year.
3. Women reported as being very uncomfortable during intercourse and oral sex but comfortable with petting. Men reported as being comfortable with everything.

This just states that 65-80% of college-aged kids have had some form of sexual contact over 4 years. It doesn’t prove that most young women frequently hook-up.

Over a third of the women reported engaging in oral sex (in one role or the other) even though women’s comfort levels with these behaviors were generally negative. The pressure to act in accordance with these false perceived norms may be leading individuals to engage in behavior with which they are uncomfortable, and that poses potential risks in terms of sexually transmitted diseases, pregnancy, and psychological trauma.