It’s so hard not to go apeshit crazy when the guy you dig exchanges numbers with you. But, drop that phone, missy and back away from it slowly! So many would-be relationships never come to fruition because of blunders girls make with texting during the critical early stages. As a result, you either get friend-zoned or just become a booty-call.
Alright. It’s time we got into a serious discussion about one of the most taboo topics on college campuses: sexual assault. This discussion comes in the wake of the recent (and justified) uproar over last week’s article printed in The Amherst Student, Amherst College’s student-run newspaper, in which rape survivor Angie Epifano discussed her horrifying experience and the atrocious way in which Amherst’s administration responded to the assault. It would be too easy to respond to this case by describing it as an isolated incident, but college students can only live in ignorance of these issues for so long. The fact remains that sexual assault is a major issue on college campuses and that this needs to come to an end right now.
College is widely regarded as that time of your life where it’s totally cool to hook up with random people and spend the next four years avoiding eye contact with them in dining halls. Nevertheless, college is also a great time to find meaningful relationships; after all, you can easily find people with the same interests through student activities and classes. Whether or not you choose a life of hook-ups, relationships, or nothing at all, college is the perfect place and time of your life to satisfy all of your relationship needs.
If you understand the truth of this picture you’re on your way to understanding women. Or at least as much as one can.