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Even among college students, it’s defined differently from person to person and situation to situation.
It could mean anything from kissing to intercourse, with a crush, with a friend, or, yes, sometimes with a relative stranger.
For example, oral sex is considered by many to be a form of sex, yet several decades ago the practice was uncommon and classified as a form of sodomy (any practice other than penile-vaginal intercourse that was deemed illegal).
Today, we are witnesses to another major shift in sexual practices and the way that we define sex.
Women told me stories of being hit on at work by “FDBs” (finance douche bags) who hadn’t even bothered to take off their wedding rings, or sitting through Monday-morning meetings that started with stories about who had banged whom (or what) that weekend.
As a new study by two communications researchers, as well as other studies, highlights, there is no universal definition of hooking up among college students.The men at the party flashed the snapshot at the women, and the women barely bothered to roll their eyes.These were not women’s-studies types, for sure; they were already several years out of college and proud veterans of the much maligned hookup culture that, over the past 15 years or so, has largely replaced dating on college campuses and beyond.Check out the Kinsey Institute’s “What Do You Consider Sex?” — an Indiana University Welcome Week 2011 short video that asks college students how they define “sex.” After the short intro of student after student who begin their answers with a short pause and a long “uummmmm…,” you see how the students eventually provide varying definitions of sex.