None of the theory and not all of the internships are going to provide you with some very basic lessons that you need to know, not just for when you get out of college, but while you’re in it, too.
Whether you’re starting your first year or returning for your final, one of the best things to do to help unwind from the beginning of the nine month grind is to binge out on college movies.
Some red flags are glaring and others might blend into the background. The hard part becomes trying to figure out what’s worth keeping an eye on and what are red herrings.
I’m sick and tired hearing about all of these ways to tell if a guy’s into you. There’s a ton of misinformation being given out there, and I’m sad to report some of it has been perpetuated by my gender.
There’s more pressure in almost every aspect of the first date than there is on any other date. Because it’s the first and therefore going to be the most significant impression you can make.
There are just a ton of horror stories out there that hopefully you can look back on and laugh about...but that won’t be the case for everyone, unfortunately.
Break ups can be devastating. There’s no nice way to do it and there’s no warm fuzzy feeling attached to it. Once the deed’s done, then the status is no longer quo and everything’s changed. So what next?
I am a virgin and I want to do something with a guy that I don’t care about "like that", I want to learn from sex, I want to be good at it, but I don’t want it to be with someone I don’t know (because of potential STD risks).
We at CollegeCandy decided to whip up a summer treat for y'all. If your favorite superheroes were on your campus, here's the kid they'd most likely be...
We have had sex a couple times already and it was that sweet, loving kind of sex. Don't get me wrong, it was wonderful, but I was wondering what the best way is to see if your boyfriend would consider being a little naughtier in the sheets (ex: dirty talking?) without looking like a total sl00t?
Men assume. We assume there are requirements to sex. We assume there are procedures. We assume there are universal truths to the way your bodies work and to the way all women want to f*ck. We assume.
I’ve been told, and have said in kind, don’t sweat the bad times because they can’t last forever but don’t enjoy the good times because they can’t last forever, either. So what are the ways you can ensure the best times are the best they can be and make the bad times as bearable as possible?
I feel like if a guy is telling me he's not interested, but can still be sold on sex, I should probably just accept that he's "not that into it" instead of telling myself he's just scared of commitment or is putting up walls.
Why is asking to talk to a guy a big deal? Recently I texted my FWB that I wanted to talk to him, and asked if he had a minute later on in the day. He immediately shot back, "What's it about? Am I in trouble?"
First dates can be tricky territory. It’s pretty obvious the things that you SHOULDN’T talk about. In fact, some time back I even wrote a Dude’s List about some of them. Prison records, the Ex-Files, and childhood trauma all made that list. The question’s remained unanswered: what’s safe terrain to cover?