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“College might be the first time in your life you actually feel liberated, able to break free from the reign of parents. During this time it’s customary to revisit once forbidden boundaries and test your limits, but maybe you never realized that while college life is less restricted, being considerate is still important.”

College might be the first time in your life you actually feel liberated, able to break free from the reign of parents.
During this time it’s customary to revisit once forbidden boundaries and test your limits, but maybe you never realized that while college life is less restricted, being considerate is still important.
If you’re old fashioned, you’ll probably agree that sex is something private, only to be shared between the people involved.
To expand on that thought, more often than not your roommate probably doesn’t want to hear it, see it or be involved in any way.
It’s true that our generation tends to be a bit more liberal, but that doesn’t give us the right to act like animals.
Show a little common courtesy!
And if you’re the culprit, what do you think that says to your partner?
You’re so consumed with the thought of intercourse you don’t care who else watches.
That’s really classy.
Some schools have even gone so far as to make a rule banning sex in the dorms if an roommate is present.
The sad thing is, this sort of thing should be a no-brainer.
No one should ever have to tell you how wrong that is.
How can dormitories even monitor something like that?
Your R. A.’s job is hard enough as it is.
Ladies, you’re not making your roommate jealous and guys, the least you could do is book a room.
She’s worth it!