You don’t need to pretend its anything more than it is, but remember why you want to hook up with someone.Most often it is to feel wanted, so make them feel wanted to.HOOKUP CULTURE Yalies don’t like to fail, and that goes for their sex lives, too.The quest for sexual gratification leads many — but not all — students to seek casual hookups, in an environment that most Elis interviewed said promotes carnal interaction over cultivated relationships.Check out these three tips to help keep your sex life happy, healthy, and safe.
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According to the News’s poll, the median Yale senior has had sexual intercourse with two people but only one relationship since the beginning of his or her freshman year.
The poll and separate interviews with students showed that many Yale students liberally engage in behaviors such as making out, giving or receiving oral sex, and having intercourse.
That being said, the most important thing about hooking up is that you have to want it- and so do they.
Hooking up with no romantic attachment can be treated by some as a vice, similar to drinking or smoking. Hook up with someone because you are invested in them as a human being.