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Unformatted text preview: many colleges coed for the 1 st time: unsure how to handle the mingling of the sexes in close quarters single-sex dorms, college curfew 70s: sexual activity less taboo experimentation, sexual liberation/pursuit of pleasure, free love as a subculture (vs.) stigma, dating rituals remain increase in drugs and drug use birth control popularized frequent safe sex feminism, hippies, gay rights divorce, single parents, premarital sex college sexuality today: place to move ahead professionally, less emphasis on dating male-female courtship role nearly eliminated almost no formalized structure to dating and/or sexual activity sexuality more openly discussed transition from sex as sacred to popular activity solely for pleasure media: lead to desensitization of random hook ups and sex in general reaches wide audience, exposing younger age groups to more sexually explicit materials...
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This note was uploaded on 04/24/2008 for the course WS 101 taught by Professor Prasad during the Spring '08 term at Skidmore.
- Spring '08