5 Worst Colleges To Have a Booty Call

1 09 2009

Summer is almost over! College students all over the United States are heading back to campus but, that doesn’t mean that the party’s over. In fact, it’s just getting started.

One of the best things about going back to school is surveying the campus for prospective hook-ups. However, nothing is worse than realizing that those prospects are less than plentiful.

OnlineBootyCall.com has got you covered. They have compiled a list of the 5 Worst Colleges to Have a Booty Call. Unless you are a fan of abstinence, you may want avoid these schools and head for OBC’s list of the top 10 Booty Call Universities.

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Selling Your Virginity on CNN

6 10 2008

Natalie Dylan is back again, promoting the sale of her virginity on CNN. We’ve discussed Dylan before, and she returns to defend her position on national TV and reconfirm that she has never had sex. She mentions that she is willing to take a lie detector test and a medical examination to prove it.

Surprisingly, she articulates her argument calmly and almost eloquently. She doesn’t come across as needy or desperate for attention. We’ll have to wait and see if she succeeds in financing her education with this auction.

CNN tried to paint her as badly as possible, and a CNN reporter even set up a college student at Dylan’s school with this loaded question: “Do you know a lot of college girls that are a virgin?” The student looks at her and answers “no, I don’t… and she really doesn’t look like one either.”

The CNN reporter and the college student assume that all college girls are having sex, and that an attractive college girl couldn’t possibly be a virgin. Granted, that guy doesn’t look like he knows ANY girls, so we take his comments with a grain of salt.

We know sex is rampant in college life, but you can’t assume everyone is actively trying to sleep around. What doesn’t make sense is why Dylan waited so long to have sex. If we assume that she was in a couple of relationships up until now, then why would she value maintaining her virginity up until this point, only to later sell it for a profit?

Let us know your thoughts on this…

Click on the thumbnail to watch Dylan on CNN. (via Break.com)

Natalie Dylan on CNN

Natalie Dylan on CNN





Casual Sex as a Scapegoat for Depression

2 10 2008

Casual sex, a carefree indulgement or a depression inducing trap?

Image via Tom Godberg - Flickr masochismtango
Image via Tom Godberg – Flickr masochismtango

The Daily Illini brings us this shocking headline:

Casual Sex Can Result in Depression; Study Says Women Expect Romance

The study found an unsurprising result: women are more likely to feel attached to a man after casual sex. Only 3 percent of the men surveyed felt a casual sex encounter was the beginning of romance, compared to 18 percent of women.

“college-aged women who have a history of casual sex tend to feel more depressive symptoms after their sexual experiences than men do.”

Are you serious? I would love to see the comparison of people who go through college and actively wish to have sex but never have the opportunity, and compare their level happiness to those who engaged in casual sex. Who do you think is more depressed? Perhaps the headline would change to “study finds that people that fail to engage in casual sex are more likely to be depressed.

Many factors can lead to depression, but I find it hard to believe that casual sex is a primary factor involved in this ailment. I won’t underscore the importance of building meaningful relationships with members of the opposite sex, but this study makes casual sex a scape goat for larger issues out there.

The most important aspect of casual sex, which the Daily Illini fails to point out, is the importance of expectations. If casual sex takes place between two consenting adults with honest expectations, then there are no misconceptions, no depression inducing anguish.

Wouldn’t it be easier to advise an open approach to casual sex rather than to vilify it as a cause for depression? It makes me wonder if the people conducting these studies have ever experienced casual sex and have come to terms with the experience. hm….

Seriously guys, take it easy!

Our recommendation: keep it casual at OnlineBootyCall.com





Trading Laundry Duty for Sex?

28 08 2008
I'll trade you laundry duty for...

I'll trade you laundry duty for...

If you’ve ever visited a college laundry room, descended into those cavernous, poorly lit and inadequately ventilated lairs (why are they always in the basement?), then you’ve seen the haggard desperation in people’s eyes as they bungle through their detested chores. Separating lights from darks, color-safe bleach, quarters, softener, solitary socks forgotten in hasty retreats. It’s no surprise that many students would be willing to trade a little sex for help with the tediousness of laundry.

According to CNN, a recent study of 475 undergraduates at the University of Michigan found that “27 percent of the men and 14 percent of the women who weren’t in a committed relationship had offered someone favors or gifts — help prepping for a test, laundry washing, tickets to a college football game — in exchange for sex.”

College can be pretty stressful, and the prospect of getting a favor AND getting some action sounds like quite the bargain, except for that whole, selling your body part. But don’t mistake those bright college years with pleasure rife as the only place where people are making these sexy trades. People use these tactics at work, at home with their significant others, and quite often, at home with non-significant others, as CNN can attest:

“Ben Corbett, a 39-year-old contractor from Boulder, Colorado, credits his tool belt with prompting the barrage of come-ons he fields from female clients — most of them married — on a regular basis.” CNN: Bartering Sex for Stuff or Services

What loathsome task, desirable gift, or opportunity would you be willing to trade in exchange for sex? I don’t know if I have an answer, but that tool belt sounds like a good idea right about now.