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Now, the summer is whispering hopes of post-quarantine cuddles and uninhibited sex. Khristina Holterman writes the Tuesday column on sex.
And when I say society, I mean men and women. It became clear that the term can be translated however you please.
No label or catchy phrase can sum up my sexual experiences. Why is it that when a woman wants to have free, casual sex there has to be a term for it? It seems to be a natural trend at this time of year, as spring flings die down and summer singleness goes into full effect.
Contact her at [ protected]. But who are we trying to impress? Am I really a slut?
What do we call a man who has a lot of sexual partners? We're an independent, student-run newsroom. As an independent student newspaper and the paper of record for the city of Berkeley, the Daily Cal has been communicating important updates during this pandemic.
And as someone who has often been placed in the latter category, I take it with pride. But being confident, feeling sexy, going crazy, and embracing femininity and sexuality should not be confined to summer and summer alone.
The double standard in hookup culture is nothing new. Your support is essential to maintaining this coverage. Somehow promiscuity year-round is not as celebrated.