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And, no, it’s not the mostly male colleges where the hookup culture reigns supreme. Because the way today’s heterosexual college students describe sex and dating at their own schools matches up with the scholarly research on gender ratios and how they affect behavior.
As I explain in my book “DATE-ONOMICS: How Dating Became a Lopsided Numbers Game,” when men are in oversupply, the dating culture emphasizes courtship and monogamy.
According to Niche, “The same girls that run in the social hookup circles on Friday night are taking you to church with them on Sunday.
The guys practice the requisite Christian business principles, but blow through the Baylor babes that are in endless supply.”Of course, for some young men and women, casual sex is part of college life’s appeal, and for them a 60%-female school might be a good fit.
“Everyone’s self-esteem takes a hit,” a young woman at 75%-female Sarah Lawrence College told me.
One reason: Sarah Lawrence men have little interest in exclusive relationships. It’s like they have their own free harem,” she grumbled.
At 63%-female James Madison University, the “deficiency of guys creates a scene that tends to embrace random hookups.”Even at Baylor University—a Baptist university steeped in Christian values—Baylor’s ratio of three women for every two men has a huge impact on college dating.
The descriptions came from Niche.com, a college review site penned by students.