Have you ever used bases to describe a sexual encounter? The baseball bases analogy has been used for decades in literature, media and real life to not-so-subtly indicate the extent of physical intimacy in a hookup. According to the teen magazine, Seventeen, one definition of the bases is as follows: ...
In her column, Anusha Gupta ’25 writes that while Brown should make sexual health education resources more visible, students should also learn from each other.
Gupta ’25: Hook-up culture has its benefits — but we need to be more clear about what ‘hooking up’ actually isBy Anusha Gupta | April 10
In her column, Anusha Gupta ’25 writes that students should not feel pressured to participate in college hook-up culture — and if they do want to partake, they should be specific about what they think a hook-up is.
In the bubble of college, relationships may seem easy or uncomplicated. What is difficult about two young people falling in love? Turns out, a myriad of issues can arise. I received a question through my virtual anonymous questions form that piqued my interest: How do you address a difference in sex ...
In her column, Anusha Gupta ’25 argues that understanding your own boundaries and desires — and communicating them clearly with partners — is the key to knowing when you’re ready to have sex.