No Strings Attached: talking about the fact of “hook-up culture”

No Strings Attached: talking about the fact of “hook-up culture”

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

She heard senior girls whisper about her during the celebration. Being a sophomore, she had never ever talked for them prior to.

“People find excuses in order to make girls feel bad about by by by themselves,” Amanda said. “I 100 % ended up being dressing for some one which wasn’t myself. There clearly was lots of stress to appear beneficial to the seniors and then make good impressions in the older guys so which they would really like you.”

Continue reading