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Mainly, that if they have casual sex they are viewed as sluts or whores.
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It was nice to see a nonjudgemental or hysterical protrayal of this phenomena. May 15, Anna rated it did not like it.
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Hooking Up: Sex, Dating, and Relationships on Campus
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I would recommend this book to anyone who wants to know about the current secular campus culture and about what sex and relationships really look like there. I found Bogle’s sample size to be incredibly small considering the fact that she performed one-on-one interviews with the people in her study considering that she compared students at two universities in addition to her comparison of the differing views between men and women.
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