If I was going to offer a student of mine just one key piece of wisdom, it would be that he should start his interactions on a physical note and risk getting rejected and blown out of the interaction.
And as you will discover after reading on, this is exactly what I told a student who, after he applied this advice, started pulling girls within 2-minutes of meeting them for a date (and within a few more minutes, having sex with them – he showed everyone on the secret group sextapes of his exploits).
It is one of the astounding ironies of our current era that universities, which have long been billed as havens of sex, drugs and rock ’n’ roll, places to experiment and rebel before you grow up, now employ armies of bureaucrats to regulate the sex lives of their students.
The fear is very real, at least when you start out as a newcomer in the game. This tiny obstruction in your brain is preventing you from getting what you want.
Its former dignity is fading more and more every day as neighborhood teens continue to flock to it to have sex with each other in secret.
With no end to the political bickering in sight, it’s a major political scandal that’s as infuriating as it is depressing.
Professor Cronin has three main concerns: college students no longer have the confidence to ask one another out on dates; so they instead resort to group hangouts, which erodes the dating culture; and hookups have supplanted relationships. I'll concede that the number of college kids asking each other out on dates has probably dropped significantly.
According to a 2012 Pew Research poll, 63 percent of teens exchange texts with their friends every day while only 35 percent engage in face-to-face socializations with those same people outside of school.