But for all of those of you who are still lamenting your rejections, I propose a new student group: The Princeton Reject Club. It’s completely normal to be rejected. Princeton is a highly selective school to get into in the first place. And here we are, existing as a pool of extremely talented, ambitious, (slightly) competitive people, and we’re all fighting to belong.
Hi Sexpert, I’ve been on birth control the past two weeks, and being new to it, I’ve either missed a day or taken them hours late numerous times. I’ve had unprotected/no-pull-out sex about five times this week, including today, which was my original ovulation day (before I started BC). Am I at risk for pregnancy? — Forgetful
Today, ask the person who swipes your meal card how their day is going. Make the effort to pick up that piece of paper towel that accidentally missed the trash can. Thank the cook that made a warm stew for you on another one of those cold New Jersey days.
Humor can quickly become an easy way to avoid intimacy — armed with quips and witticisms, we become the world’s greatest escapists, slipping through the bonds of tenderness — but intimacy, much like oxygen, shelter, and late meal, is absolutely necessary to our survival.
It’s disappointing, given that my favorite moment of trying new spicy dishes is seeing how each culture approaches giving a dish more kick. There are always different techniques, different spices, and different nuances that make each burning dish unique.
Dear Sexpert, I have been dating my girlfriend for about 3 months now. Recently, I’ve noticed that after we have sex, and I’ve seemingly fallen “asleep,” she sometimes reaches in her backpack for her vibrator. The mechanic hum isn’t what keeps me up, but the embarrassment from the fact that sex with me isn’t enough for her. I really care about her, but I don’t know how to confront her about this. What do you think I should do? Sincerely, Lackluster Lover