Most people see college as the easiest time to have sex with friends, classmates, or strangers. It is probably the only period in life where thousands of young people live in the same community and have (for the most part) a similar goal in mind: sex. For this reason, I see college campuses as domes of sex, and this sexual vibe will not disappear anytime soon. In Chapter 5: The Campus as a Sexual Arena of “Hooking Up”, Kathleen A. Bogle analyses the prominence of sex in college and how it elicits misperceptions and certain behaviors among students.
I googled “Racial Hierarchy” and this is the image provided…
When you think of “capital” what comes to mind? Green? The O’Jay’s hit “For the Love of Money” that was the theme song for The Celebrity Apprentice? Or perhaps you think back to your glory board-game-playing days in which you dominated monopoly every time. When we think of capital we tend to think in terms of dollar bills and wealth. However, after finishing our global and transnational unit, it has become clear that wealth is not the only source of capital.
In a world where we are trying to question social institutions and not let ourselves be limited by stereotypes, are we really going to let ourselves be defined by our virgin status?