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I -- Eric Shawn he was here talking about whether or not that college students who.
Are out of state students basically if they should be allowed to vote there's a bill that.
As proposed that being proposed their New Hampshire so.
A lot of and that you know besides voting something else college students do.
They cook up and that means there -- being -- Relations.
Without yeah married Lauren green is here to talk about this you're.
Dorian what are they doing about a given subject you know looking up you know -- -- the -- looking up I think it means.
Casual sex race sex with -- really very few commitments -- -- they either took part do you think a little bad -- So why can't okay you know to -- everybody.
About -- says it's done just about you know as -- -- talking about sex marriage -- break.
Hate the idea that it ended.
We look at -- made -- their offense -- Columbia newspaper had a it's just intriguing ideas of love for food sex alcohol wet -- repeat that they were just okay let's idea let's say it will work alone.
Well that is actually the -- that's -- -- The hook up culture okay will work for a lot.
And notice it says it says there's more sex and relationships that campus polls suggest the heart of the missing pieces authentic in this week.
Stability all of these things are things that -- have cultures really deprived kids out of me and see the love and fidelity network is trying to -- I'll just I didn't look -- -- -- -- -- Who are.
That's comfortable with that kind of peer pressure didn't they're trying to empower them with -- and here's a little self -- -- fidelity network.
And how many prominent no -- and I think it's.
A big thing in college and I don't see any problem when it.
-- as both parties are aware of the situation songs there's that open line of communication ending its fine.
That is actually -- to talk about -- Together they're a client -- -- very very -- cry like you know do that you're seeing that's exactly what this organization is exactly like that love and fidelity network they're saying you know don't succumb to the peer pressure -- -- -- casual.
You know if you don't.
If you don't if -- -- -- insulate you use you can do come across the crude that and that's not fair to those things that won't I think this is so what we're looking for what ability network.
-- -- Often times in college campuses we have a very one sided presentation.
Of these issues I'm namely that when it comes to you sex and relationships anything goes along -- there is consent.
When in fact.
-- In fact based fiscal side of the conversation that's missing in -- sense that there are a lot of and -- for all of the harmful results to taking sex casually.
And the interesting thing about eleven building network is that it's not only just it interface but it's interdisciplinary.
They're not looking at from the standpoint of the biblical point you're looking at -- -- point.
Biology of -- -- of everything and these things are interconnected that they're actually taking the debate to the other side saying.
Why this would be yes I would agree on that level lord who's behind the love and fidelity networks -- the ability to love and fidelity network easy elm -- -- -- hoping and -- society was at Princeton university and it was created by some very intellectual elites at Princeton like.
Rhodes -- is something -- -- -- -- -- -- OK yes students that's what makes that's what's so powerful because they wouldn't want to create this as a way.
-- really -- currency.
-- And the university system which is -- in recent OK so let's just gotten an innocent in this conversation as well so basically what's happening are these students making any sort of -- you know.
Mingling with the kids during the month low visibility no -- -- Princeton network book fiasco society actually now have those options injured thirteen -- fourteen other Ivy League schools are saying.
I -- Yale Harvard that's sort of receiving yet he's intellectuals students saying.
Let's build a society is the problem unfortunately Scott I don't know the intellectuals students will be there -- to come across is that nerds like double -- Don't let you know in Kenya where it -- -- -- it didn't normal than normal idea would be you got a lot of kids who are against premarital sex or.
Any kind of you know chastity -- purity they would.
They would be that's the Bible thumping you know evangelicals assuming this is that this is an augmentation on the -- I think what you're saying what -- what they're saying is that.
If so -- -- you call me if -- a nerd.
But now we're gonna have a debate on -- on an intellectual level.
And quite challenging men to come and debate -- -- -- what are they doing hole.
Schilling have been -- student union and -- how they think they think they sponsor debates okay.
-- hormone that's the thing I.
Good ideas that you can add that the idea is that these students were very very hard to come in their chosen field.
They do they study -- these Ivy League schools he got to study he got to do the work in order to -- get ahead this profession what.
Some society saying why not put the same effort into a relationship.
Didn't understand what it's about before you just.
You know throw open that the -- -- and tired this game is just all kind of going against the college culture well what I'm.
I'm against you know binge drinking drugs there was a serious issues that you know life.
-- you know their casual sex in college when will you have.
As much as these students seem to have a -- As well -- people had consensual -- relationships here on Valentine's Day as doctor -- -- they have good Saxon perspective there and and I think it's a good thing and that.
Wait I -- that's the other side that's the great -- what they won't come back with it because we ask that question about what they come back with a sense you know listen while.
Aussie tennis -- it was a hormone when it is there has questioned them things yeah.
Dating to an end when a student.
Engage is sex your body releases this hormone so you actually bond -- -- -- the -- whether or not you intellectually -- Obama gonna get it -- You that hormone is released it's a chemical that the body releases so there is something biologically happened when you look up.
Let somebody whether or not you tell yourself.
You're going to okay yeah we get -- Betty I was you don't even have differences is that the more you engage in that kind of activity and -- your body has to detached from the bonding chemical.
So that you -- dis associating yourself in the committed becomes an addiction it's well and then also you -- sex club and -- do you have a hard time.
-- bonding when it comes back and you want to create a real relationship and other reasons there's it would marriages tend to fall apart at the -- for years because.
Don't think it'll have experienced only last about two or three years and that you really have to do the work then because now you've.
You kind of disconnected.
Disengage the bunting biological -- --
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