Adult hookups central mn
This may sound hasty, but, then, spring break is brief; vacationing students are horny and outgoing; and alcohol is abundant.
The Alcohol Connection Katy Perry’s 2010 hit Alcohol has always played a major role in casual sex and it continues to be key to hook-ups today.
A study of Northeastern University students found similar results: 78% of students reported hook-ups, but only about a third of encounters included intercourse.
These figures remind me of what I recall from my own casual relationships four decades ago. From the 1970s through the 1990s, young adults interested in casual sex—or meeting long-term mates—often met at parties or singles bars.
In addition, 51% of the women and 42% of the men said that during hook-ups, they’d discussed the possibility of proceeding to greater commitment.
Young adulthood is a time of sexual experimentation, and unfortunately many experiments fail.
A University of Illinois survey found that 49% of college men and 38% of women reported having sex as a direct result of drinking.
Canadian researchers (Fisher, 2012) asked college students about alcohol and hook-ups. As I’ve discussed previously [7.1.14], alcohol is a major factor in collegiate and military sexual assaults.
To investigate, University of Portland researchers (Monto & Carey, 2014) analyzed data from the General Social Survey (GSS).
The GSS, funded by the National Science Foundation since 1973, is the only in-depth, ongoing, national interview-based survey of American beliefs and behavior.