Monday, September 29 2008
How do you define safe sex?
More importantly, can you define it?
If you really think about it, it’s not so easy, is it? The Yale Daily News’ Emma Allen digs deep into the Ivy to discover how Yalies define it, and how they measure up to the rest of us. In “Is Safe Sex so 90’s, we find out a lot about who’s having sex at Yale, and what they’re using, or not using. And then there’s the not-so-shocking statistic that sometimes smart people don’t get tested for STI’s. And if smart people aren’t getting tested, should we fear for the population of future dumb people? It’s a lengthy pontification, but one worth the read.
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