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Hitting the Spot: Not Just a Boy’s Club

I am a woman and I masturbate. Gasp! Shock! Awe! Yes. That’s correct. And guess what — if you’re reading this in a public place, the women around you do, too. Hey, chances are some of them are doing it right now. Jokes. That’s probably not true. That’d be outrageous.[Read More…]

by February 14, 2013 0 comments The Guide
Three’s Company

Three’s Company

One may be the loneliest number, but as the song goes, two can be just as bad. Britney Spears provided a possible solution — “3.” At Georgetown, threesomes are more prevalent than many might expect. However taboo they still might seem, threesomes are a part of sex life on campus[Read More…]

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STDs: Georgetown’s Own DADT

While Hoyas may not want to think about sexually transmitted diseases around Valentine’s Day, they’re a growing concern on college campuses nationwide — even within the front gates. One in four individuals will acquire an STD in his or her life in Washington, D.C., according to the District’s Sexually Transmitted Infections Community[Read More…]

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I Kiss Girls…and I Like It

I Kiss Girls…and I Like It

This is my third year here on the Hilltop and the first Valentine’s Day that I’ve been single in college. It also happens to be the best one. Why? Simple: This year, I’ve discovered the real depth of kissing. Everyone talks about how great it is to experiment with different[Read More…]

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Confessions of a 20-Year-Old Virgin

I am a virgin. I’m not trying to shout it out from the rooftops, but I’m also not ashamed of it. I’ve never had sex.  And? To be fair, I’ve never encountered a situation in my life where the opportunity to have sex was standing right in front of me.[Read More…]

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Finding the Value in Taking it Slow

The average gay man has sex with eight different men each year, according to an oft-quoted 2003 Dutch study. I consider myself a gay man, and I can count the number of men I’ve had sex with on half of one hand — round the decimal down. Although a lot[Read More…]

by February 14, 2013 0 comments The Guide

Hitting the Spot: Not Just a Boy’s Club

I am a woman and I masturbate. Gasp! Shock! Awe! Yes. That’s correct. And guess what — if you’re reading this in a public place, the women around you do, too. Hey, chances are some of them are doing it right now. Jokes. That’s probably not true. That’d be outrageous.[Read More…]

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Disabling Stereotypes

The summer before his junior year of high school, Evan Monod (COL ’15) had his first serious girlfriend. Monod has cerebral palsy which affects his balance, so he uses crutches when walking. “Early into it, she just asked me, ‘So, does everything work?’ I’m like, yeah! Yeah, it works,” Monodsaid. “But I’d never been asked[Read More…]

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False Inclusiveness Plagues Debate

In his address at Germany’s Regensburg University in September 2006, Pope Benedict XVI asserted that faith without reason is fanaticism. Although he was not speaking about homosexuality, I think that this point directly applies to that debate. As students at a Jesuit institution, we are called upon to learn through[Read More…]

by October 23, 2012 0 comments News

Judgment Abounds Among the Hookup Crowd

Last year, I wrote about how dating culture has been replaced by hookup culture, and if my views have changed since then, it is only because they have further solidified. My goal for my column this year is to focus on anecdotes, and then to zoom out to show general[Read More…]

by September 2, 2011 0 comments The Guide