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Nashville, Tennessee (CNN) -- Almost every weekend, there is a tradition called raging at Vanderbilt University.
It's a recurring, drunken activity that isn't the proudest moment for student Frannie Boyle.
"I felt so empty then." The hook-up culture on campuses may seem more pervasive than ever, especially as media outlets, books and documentaries rush to dissect the subject, but some college women and men are saying no.
Some, like Boyle, experimented with hooking up and quit.
When I was an undergraduate at Georgetown University in the early 1990s, my roommate and I dressed up like prostitutes for Halloween.
We bought fishnets, wore our tightest, sexiest clothes and sauntered out like we were the hottest girls alive.
It seems obvious to say but I only realized it once on the date.
"I saw it [hooking up] as a way to be recognized and get satisfaction," said Boyle, shaking her blond ponytail.
In this week's Sex Talk Realness, speaks with three twentysomething women about their (very different) experiences with Tinder. I realized I could spend hours swiping and some of the "DTF" or similar messages I was getting were creeping me out because that's not what I was on it for. Woman A: During that period I used it daily, if not multiple times a day. Woman A: Sometimes it was just a way to amuse myself by playing hot or not, or by trading silly messages with someone I never planned to meet up with. I found it dangerously useful for meeting men who lived in my neighborhood in NYC, which was really convenient when I was single and is annoying now that I see someone I met on Tinder every time I go to brunch. In five months I saved 10 dudes in my phone as "[First Name] Tinder." I maybe met up with eight of them? I like meeting new people and I don't see the point in using the app if you just want to text a stranger! Woman A: I had great luck and met lots of charming, smart, handsome dudes. Woman B: One of my most remarkable dates was with a man who invited me to the food court at his office building for a lunch date, and spent most of the time telling me about how he wanted to buy me beautiful lingerie and watch me try it on.
Read what MEN really think about using Tinder here. Woman B: Once or twice a week, depending on whether I'm actively having a conversation with someone or just browsing through. Sometimes it was a more mercenary approach — I wanted to get laid, or I was just restless and wanted to get out of the house. Woman C: Yes, one guy because he was really keen to meet. Our date ended when he took out his phone and showed me a picture of his penis. It was the first date I'd ever been on so I have limited means of comparison, but I think the mistake was that we spoke on Whatsapp (the Tinder UX is too annoying) for six weeks before we met.
There is a depressing irony in the fact it was that Republican candidate himself who reminded everyone that there are plenty of men in power who use that power to demean, denigrate, and demoralize women. Old man on city bus grabs my 'pussy' and smiles at me.
About a month ago, just after the release of a tape in which Donald Trump boasted of sexually assaulting women, Canadian author Kelly Oxford issued a call to action with a single tweet: "Women: tweet me your first assaults. I’m 12."By the end of the weekend more than 40 million people had visited Oxford's Twitter page.