Is there a casual sex epidemic among young people today? Do men really want more casual sex than women? Is hooking up harming our physical, psychological, and sexual health? Are hookup apps spelling the end of love, relationships and marriage? Can I hook up (often) and still keep my sanity (and reputation)?
Casual sex both titillates our curiosities and stokes our fears, resulting in many myths and mysteries about the practice and those who engage in it. But what does the science say?
Join me this coming Wednesday (May 6) for a discussion that will examine how much truth lies behind the myths and stereotypes surrounding “Hook Up Culture” and get some answers to guide your future hookups.
What: Myths and Realities of the “Hook Up Culture”
Who: Dr Zhana Vrangalova
When: Wednesday, May 6, 5:00-6:30 pm
Where: NYU Kimmel Center (60 Washington Square S, btwn Thompson st & LaGuardia pl), Room 912
Nearest subway: West 4 (A, B, C, D, E, F, M); 8th St/NYU (N, R); Astor pl (6)
Hosted by: NYU Anthropology Undergraduate Students Association
How much: Free! + Lots of free food!
Hope to see you there!