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Through the insight of having moved on, I began to see the hookup culture without the nightclub’s optical illusions. I practiced it enough to know that the risks are too high; the benefits so low.
In what logical equation does gambling with my body, my future, my hopes and dreams, and the well-being of my future child ever make sense?
When I was 17, a friend and I promised to lose our virginity within the year.
We saw sex glamorized on TV and in music and heard popular peers talking about it as an amazing experience. I believed And so I lost my virginity to a stranger.
According to the rules, he’s supposed to dump her if she hasn’t pleasured him within three dates.
Neither choice at all easy or desirable, I felt trapped. By the time I got my period that month, my “experimenting” with casual sex was officially over.In a culture claiming to promote gender equality, I believe hooking up has taken a dramatic step in the wrong direction.Whether we like it or not, sex is intrinsically biased against the woman: biological reality dictates that she carries the brunt of sexual risks while he wields the majority of the of sexual power. Unlike men, women incur two huge sexual risks: 1) pregnancy, and 2) failure to enjoy.It’s common for people to claim, as Hannah Rosen did a couple of years ago in , that hooking up is a mutually beneficial opportunity to relieve one’s own carnal appetite.
It shouldn't surprise, then, that men in hookups care only about themselves; that’s kind of the point.
When I hit my rock bottom was when I changed my expectations.