Sex, sex, sex!

Well, no, not everybody … there are still some virgins in college. They are out there lurking in the shadows, silently soaking up information while listening to those sex talks that all groups of friends have and while reading the weekly sex column in the Nexus. It just so happens that I am part of an exclusive club. You’ve only just heard talk of us before, but this time your parents are right; some people in college are not having sex.

Although we have learned to blend in, I am here to shed some light on this condition, at least my personal experience with it. My relationship with sex began when I was a young child and my parents handed me a book entitled Where Did I Come From? to appease my curiosity. It explained that sex is how a couple that loves each other very much gets as close to one another as possible. The book went on to compare the sensation of sex and orgasms to that of being tickled and of sneezing. Needless to say it didn’t make me want to run out and start having sex.

I was a late bloomer in many ways and in high school, not to sound too clich