The interactive charts feature responses from Student Life’s annual sex survey. The survey was sent to the entire undergraduate student body, and more than 1,600 complete responses were submitted.
Washington University students can no longer associate St. Louis with the staggering number of cases of sexually transmitted infections (STIs). The infections that have long plagued the city, including gonorrhea and chlamydia, are becoming less common here. St. Louis city used to have the largest number of infections of chlamydia and gonorrhea, but the number of reported cases has declined, making room for St.
To some, she may be the woman of their dreams. At 5 feet 7 inches and 120 pounds, her physique is slender, and she has strawberry-blonde tresses that caress her flawlessly smooth complexion. She is amiable, understanding and enjoys intelligent conversation, but perhaps her most redeeming character is her sexual submissiveness. Her name is Roxxxy, and she is the world’s premiere female sex robot.
The Alternative Lifestyle Association (ALA) is Washington University’s main club for everything kinky, but there is more to the club than just rope and leather. “We are a sex-ed group that is kink friendly,” said senior Kourtney Imburgia, the group’s president. “We focus on alternative sexualities in our meeting and discussions.
It might matter to our parents, but does it matter to us? For students dating at Wash. U., whether religion becomes an issue in the matters of love (or at least being in a relationship) is something that varies on a personal basis. For most students, the most important thing is communication and connection.
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