Thursday’s lead editorial, Hooking Up, in the Collegian states K-Staters need to “start protecting their bodies when they are out in a social setting where they might have a sexual encounter with someone whom they are not familiar” –Holy Moley.
Forget about your heart and soul, forget about your mind and intelligence, forget about your ideals of who you are, what kind of man or woman you intend to be.
Just make sure as you wander about, without any direction or principles, that you cover your genitals with bits of plastics to lower your chances of getting diseased, from "someone with whom you are not familiar”...
Really! BTW, Did you know that 10-15% of condoms are faulty? Did you know, women, that you can pick up a sweet case of Lifetime Genital Warts even if the “unfamiliar” stranger is wearing a condom?
You can know the weight of an action by its fruits. The fruits of the sexual act are enormous. The sex act is connected with love making babies, the ultimate enjoyment of connection, the union of individuals, the procreation of the race, lifetime diseases—that is, it’s Not Just a Cup of Coffee.
College students “should be” intelligent enough to make important decisions based on their principles, using a measure of self-discipline and foresight. If you can’t handle managing this giant act, it’s no wonder I hear faculty constantly complaining about the lack of discipline and foresight in students’ academic performance.
Is giving strangers a go at your genitals at the risk of giving them Rot so much more important than making sure the other 99% of your Self is beautiful, intelligent, extraordinary, vigorous?
Nature has a way of thinning the herd. Get smart, Fu'cryin' Out Loud.
I hope you will educate me, and start a discussion among the k-state collegian readers. I really would like to know where the norm is.