And one way to make it more representative would be to get a greater number of responses, so take the survey now to let your voice be heard. The perception seems to be that 'everybody's doing it' all the time with everybody else.Sometimes this perception exists among students themselves.4) You can only choose one option for what you think a hook-up is - someone who thinks a hook-up entails anything beyond kissing and touching with clothes off.5) You only ask whether people think if men and women get equal pleasure out of hook ups - this just asks for what person's perception of hook-up culture in society is, without regard for their own experience.Some students tell me it's sexual intercourse, with a zero-to-sex pick-up speed, within hours (and many beers) of a first meeting.
In the way you worded your questionnaire, we won't have any idea how many women actually have had equal amounts of satisfaction in their hook-ups, and how many haven't.
So a few months back, I put it to the readers of a young-adult spiritual seekers website called Busted Halo, where I've been a regular columnist for five years. As college students head back to school, here are two of the headlines worth checking out:• Only a third of college students define a hook-up as sex.
Translation: For two-thirds of college students, "hooking up" means something less than sex-probably a lot of smooching and touching with clothes on.
(Parents, yes, you can let out that sigh of relief.
College kids, no, you don't have to say you're having sex to be cool.)• Post-hookup, a follow-up date is rarely expected.