Hookups have replaced casual sex and even dating on many college campuses over the years, but as is so often the case when sex is discussed, it's not altogether clear what everybody is talking about when they say "hookup. Researchers at the University of Montana found so many different definitions among the students they studied that they had to come up with a precise definition to be sure everybody was talking about the same thing. But the lead author of their study, published in the journal Health Communications, said in a telephone interview that ambiguity is not necessarily a bad thing. It's a way for them [students] to communicate about it but without having to reveal details.
It can be near impossible to know what to call the person you're "seeing" read: sleeping with but not really "dating" read: attending family functions with. Are they your boo? Your date? Your "special friend?
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