These are NOT bangers: songs about sex you definitely shouldn’t listen to during sex

Many artists have inserted their voices into this debate with a firm “YES” by writing these sex-themed songs, but they’re so bad that they made me think sex music just might not even be worth it.

| Staff Writer

‘Teenage Dream’ remains the love song of our generation

“Teenage Dream” is all about spending time with the person you love; it’s about the youthful spirit of living as a teenager.

| Staff Writer

‘The Vagina Monologues’ celebrates intersectional feminism in Holmes Lounge performances

Eve Ensler’s play “The Vagina Monologues” was performed by Washington University students to sold-out audiences in Holmes Lounge Feb. 9 and 10.

| News Editor

This is why I have mace

I look constantly terrified. That makes it fun (and easy) for people to sexually harass me.

Lauren Alley | Staff Writer

So, did you guys hookup?

A lot of us are familiar with the “just want to hook up, nothing serious” text.

Kya Vaughn | Staff Writer

Staff ed: ‘Student Love’ is back for another year

After sustaining jokes about how “no one reads Student Life” the rest of the year, it’s nice to put together something that people will actually see.

The Kardashian Kurse: a (very serious) examination of the family’s romantic history with athletes and the effect on their careers

It goes something like this: A male athlete becomes involved with a Kardashian-Jenne, and all of a sudden, things start going wrong for him.

Jon Lewis | Senior Sports Editor

Sex is great, but have you heard of…

Why does sex have to be the end all be all? Check out our meme-inspired list of things better than sex.

Let’s talk about sex, baby: XMag broadens the conversation with art and articles about sexual health, sex positivity

XMag is a publication devoted to topics ranging from STI prevention to porn and everything in between.

| Senior Scene Editor

2017 sex survey statistics reveal students’ sex habits

The results for Student Life’s 2017 Sex Survey revealed that 76.4 percent of Washington University students have had sex—an increase from last year’s figure of 67.7 percent.

| Senior News Editor