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Romantic conversations in the dark

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AIC's Magna Hall.

AIC's Magna Hall.

AIC's Magna Hall.

Kayla Clark, Staff Writer

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AICAt AIC, we have plenty of Residence Life floor programs or activities that talk about sex.

Earlier this month, there was “Sex in the Dark” in the Griswold Theatre, proving once again that sex is around everywhere and as teenagers growing as adults there is nothing stopping us from talking about it – even if that means with lights out.

Talking about sex in the open seems easy for everyone to talk about. College students even get excited or even feel free to talk about their experiences. Walking around Magna Hall, I was able to hear what people had to say going door to door and floor to floor.

Of course, a lot of them would like to stay anonymous but it was really entertaining to see what people had to say.

A few choice questions, with answers:

Have you ever had a Sex Ed class in middle school or high school?

“Yes, it was a funny class. We were immature and made a lot of jokes,” said a Magna Hall female.

“I’ve had Sex Ed, I was always the one answering all the questions. I was told I should be the poster child for sex,” said another Magna Hall girl.

“Most people just made a joke about it,” admitted a Magna Hall male.

The reason for the question of having the Sex Ed class is because everyone should know to have protected sex. Protected sex can help prevent a lot of sexually transmitted diseases that they all probably learned about in the class. Also, protected sex can help prevent pregnancy.

Which leads to the next question: being a college student do you ever fear of becoming pregnant or even becoming a father too soon?

“No, I don’t fear because I make very wise decisions. At age 22 I’m not supporting anybody else but myself,” said a Magna Hall male.

“I feel afraid because I’m still trying to figure myself out. So, why would I bring another life?” said another Magna Hall male.

“No, I am a lesbian,” said a Magna Hall female.

In high school, to have sex in a room you had to sneak him/her into your bedroom of your parent or guardian’s house.

Now in college, living in a dorm room with a roommate and neighbors, you are free to bring whomever you want into the room.

But of course, being in a dorm room really limits you to little amounts of privacy because you have a roommate, or you have neighbors. How do you feel when your roommate brings in a romantic partner for a visit?

“Jealous, because it’s not me,” admitted a Magna Hall female.

“I personally don’t care,” claimed a Magna Hall male.

“I feel fine with it,” said another Magna Hall male.

It’s not fun and games for some students who live in dorm rooms, though. Because with these thin walls at AIC, people are able to hear everything that’s going on.

Overall, AIC residents in Magna Hall were keeping it real. They really had more to say, and this is not the only residence hall on the campus.

The whole point of this sex conversation is to just see that no one cares what you do in your sex life.

Just as long as you keep private things to yourself.

 

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