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We won accolades from our professors, but the men we were sleeping with wouldn’t even eat breakfast with us the next morning.

What’s worse, we really thought of the situation in those terms: “We were desperate to know what it felt like to be wanted; desperate for a chance at intimacy.

I led a popular student website and was active in the arts and athletics. Your privileged ass has nothing to complain about,” you’re right.

Losing my virginity was a respectful and patient experience.

Instead, almost all of them found themselves going along with hookups that induced overwhelming self-doubt, emotional instability and loneliness.

Kelsey reported trying “traditional” hookup culture after a relationship ended, sleeping with various guys as liberated experimentation.

I told myself that I was a feminist, despite subjecting myself to unfulfilling, emotionally damaging sexual experiences. *** I had a puppy-love relationship with my high school boyfriend, the kind you see in movies.

But I was pretty sure my friends and I weren’t closeted conservatives who wanted to go back to an era of sockhops and going steady.

We’d meet at one of our dorm rooms, debate philosophy and Fleet Foxes lyrics, talk about our families and aspirations, and then have sex until he came. During the night, I’d pull the covers or brush his toes, craving an arm around my waist. Sometimes I’d leave an earring on his bedside table when I left, before he woke up. My girlfriends and I were top students, scientists, artists, and leaders.

Give or take some weeknight Netflix-watching or walks in town, I cycled through this routine with at least five guys by senior year. My friends and I would analyze incessantly: Does he like me? We could advocate for anything—except for our own bodies.

(My research focus was on the experiences of heterosexual women, although of course many non-heterosexual relationships happen at Midd as well.) Only 8% of about 25 female respondents who said they were presently in pseudo-relationships reported being “happy” with their situation.

The women I interviewed were eager to build connections, intimacy and trust with their sexual partners.

Two students consistently hook up with one another—and typically, only each other—for weeks, months, even I soon came to believe that real relationships were impossible at Midd. It wasn’t just the social pressure that drove me to buy into the commitment-free hookup lifestyle, but my own identity as a feminist.