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Thirty-one percent of men and 21% of women have respected someone less after hooking up with them, while 22% of men and 54% of women have had the feeling that someone respected them less after hooking up, according to Dr. It's 2015 — can we please get past the slut-shaming?Then there are the women who don’t want relationships.According to ’s Sex on Campus survey, a “date” is defined by a whopping 71% of students as “any one-on-one encounter with romantic potential,” which is totally different from the formal “call on a Tuesday” attitude of the fifties and the John Hughes heyday of the eighties.And unfortunately, it seems like guys have more deciding power with 90% of students saying that women can and should ask men on dates, but only 12% of dates coming from a woman doing the asking, according to Dr. That same study shows that hook-ups are also usually initiated by men; and hooking up tends to lead to relationships.The person who's hearing the tale is left to speculate anywhere between those two very separate acts. England agrees, saying, “There definitely is an active hook-up culture, but it’s only because people have the that people are doing it every week.” In terms of the behaviors of students at different types of universities, Dr.England hasn’t seen many differences — this dichotomy between perception and reality is basically the same across the board, she says, and it also affects how we date."When I go out and visit colleges and talk to students, they’ll all say the date is dead and hardly anyone dates here, but in reality if we just look at seniors, most of them have been on a number of dates,” Dr. Her research shows that while the average college senior has hooked up with eight people over four years, they have also gone on an average of seven dates and had an average of two relationships.She told them to use the definition of "hook-up" their friends use to mirror the ambiguity on campus, finding that 40% of their most recent hook-ups involved sex.
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Twenty-four percent of students have never hooked up, and 28% have hooked up more than 10 times.
The other 48% fall somewhere in the middle, hooking up occasionally or with the same person consistently. It’s a myth."College students definitely monitor each other’s behavior,” Dr. “People always say they don’t care what other people do, but when you actually look at what’s going on, everyone always wants to know what everyone else is doing.” As a result, students who aren’t the biggest fans of the hook-up culture are made to feel like they like it, and therefore continue to participate.
Sixty-nine percent of college seniors also report being in a relationship lasting more than six months.
These statistics do not include friends-with-benefits relationships.
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