To say that our generation is inadequate when it comes to romantic relationships would be the understatement of the year.
Instead of relationships, it's non-relationships that we're condoning. The series of hookups and non-relationships leave us feeling unfulfilled; yet, barely anyone seems willing to do anything about it.
Bravado is a big part of what perpetuates hookup culture, but if you get students one-on-one, both young women and men, you hear about a lot of dissatisfaction and ambivalence. A: Students, in theory, will acknowledge that a hookup can be good.
I haven't found anything on the web like the quality of articles you write and the depth you explore.(And why hooking up all the time is really less fun than it sounds.) Q: Can you explain what you mean by hookup culture?A: First of all, I want to distinguish between a hookup and a culture of hooking up.I tend to keep my focus on this site primarily to things that are as broadly applicable as possible -- things you can do no matter who you are or where you are in life to do better with women.But the other day I had a reader write in asking about dating in college, and I thought the topic might be on worth getting a post up on.