No Strings connected: speaking about the truth of “hook-up culture”

No Strings connected: speaking about the truth of “hook-up culture”

Picture Illustration by Kate Schrage and Kristin Kuwada

Putting on skin-tight leggings and a tank that is low-cut, Amanda* ‘18 tugged at her shirt to try and mask. But after “hooking up” with a senior kid at a celebration, her ensemble wasn’t really the only choice that made her feel susceptible and overexposed.

She heard girls that are senior about her during the celebration. Being a sophomore, she had never ever talked in their mind prior to.

“People find excuses to help make girls feel bad about by by themselves,” Amanda said. “I 100 % ended up being dressing for some body which wasn’t myself. There is a large amount of force to check beneficial to the the elderly while making good impressions in the older guys so you. Continue reading “No Strings connected: speaking about the truth of “hook-up culture””