Understand more about positive, healthy, consensual sex before moving away from home and starting university. You'll have many new experiences when you go to university, including developing healthy relationships with new friends and, possibly, new sexual relationships. Living away from family and friends gives you more choice over how you spend your time. This includes the choice to be sexually active and explore your sexuality — but it's important to take your sexual health seriously. Sex might not be a topic you've discussed openly before. But it's important to know your choices and your options when it comes to a safe sex life.
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There seems to be this unspoken rule that your university experience should involve lots of casual sex with loads of people. So if you're not, it can feel like you're the only one not banging your way through the debate society. My accommodation block even had a leader board charting our conquests which was regularly updated, and if someone was lagging behind, it was on show - much to the amusement of visitors who traipsed through our kitchen bleary-eyed after a night out. During my first few weeks, I felt like I'd failed as a fresher if I preferred to bond with my flatmates over a takeaway and a boxset instead of waking up in bed with a different person most nights. It almost seems ridiculous thinking about it now.
Why it's okay to not be having 'all the sex' at university
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This is where you're going to get your condoms from for the next three years. Photo: Mark Sadowski, via. Yes, well done on your A-Levels, now to get some fucking done. Because, truly, is that not the one and only noble goal of university? Not the pursuit of knowledge, or the enrichment of you as a person, but the amount of times you can convince someone to don a HockeySoc-branded condom and do fucking with you.