No one ever forgets the thrilling, nerve-racking, butterfly-inducing feeling of a first kiss. Some were in the process of exploring their sexuality, some had already figured it out, and some were just goofing around — all scenarios that are totally normal. From playing house as kids to dance floor make-outs to spin-the-bottle dares, these stories are too cute. It was a day or two after our first date, and we had gone to hang out in her room. It was pretty apparent that we were both interested in the other person. She asked if she could kiss me, and obviously I said yes.
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By Charlie Lankston for MailOnline. A new YouTube video gives a terrifying portrayal of the vulnerability of drunk women - and the shocking lengths that some men will go to in order to take advantage of their inebriated state. The video, which was created by social media entrepreneur Stephen Zhang, follows a young woman - who is pretending to be seriously intoxicated - as she tries to find her way home from Hollywood Boulevard. Throughout the video, the young woman, who introduces herself as Jennifer, appears to be sipping from a beer can as she staggers from one man to another asking for directions to her bus stop. Scroll down for video. Taking advantage: The first man featured pictured tries to lure Jennifer back to his apartment with the promise of a water bed. During the four-minute video, Jennifer approaches five different men and each time makes clear that she needs to find a bus which will take her home to Culver City.
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Finding herself assigned to what is often dubbed The Naked Dorm came as a shock to Martha Reicher, but now she would rather not live anywhere else. It took a while, though. This story, about how one well-choreographed rite of passage from high school to college life went unexpectedly awry, actually started last year.
A student at Green Mountain College is suing the school because her dorm had only coed bathrooms — which reminds me of the year I showered with dudes. According to Scott Jaschik of Inside Higher Ed, freshman Jennifer Weiler's suit says all the buildings in her college should have separate bathrooms for men and women. When she first complained about the coed facilities, Green Mountain designated a women's bathroom in her dorm — but men kept using it. The bathrooms had shower curtains and stall doors, but according to Weiler, men often disregarded these partitions.