This study examines the relationship between sexual experience and various drinking measures in incoming first-year college females. During this transition period, sexually experienced participants reported stronger alcohol expectancies and endorsed higher drinking motives, and drank more frequently and in greater quantities than sexually inexperienced participants. Sexual status was also a significant predictor of alcohol-related nonsexual consequences, over and above amount consumed. Furthermore, controlling for drinking, sexual status moderated the relationship between coping motives and consequences.
Why It Matters Where College Students Binge-Drink
For College Students, Excessive Drinking And Sexually Risky Behavior Are Not The Norm – WUFT News
But according to a new study published in the Journal of Studies on Alcohol and Drugs , party locations do play a role in increasing the frequency of sexually aggressive behavior. The study followed the partying and hookup behaviors of more than 1, straight men over four semesters, from the beginning of their freshman year. Only in recent years have longitudinal studies been able to examine what aspects of binge-drinking culture are most likely to cause sexually aggressive behaviors. That being said, personality differences do seem to play a role in who ends up at certain drinking spots. The more recent study also found that the men who were more likely to hang out at bars and parties were also more likely to engage in heavy drinking and casual sex than their peers who reported hanging out at bars and parties less often. Read: Fraternities can push boys toward a terrible sort of masculinity—or help them resist it.
No Kegs, No Liquor: College Crackdown Targets Drinking and Sexual Assault
By The New York Times. The backyard fraternity party was in full dancing, drinking mode on a recent Saturday morning. DeCocker, either. For the second time that morning, she had foiled a round of Slap the Bag, the popular pastime of chugging cheap wine out of a plastic bladder liberated from its box. Under the new university rules to combat drinking, it is prohibited.
December 20, Health and Science. She blamed herself for drinking too much the night she was sexually assaulted. She blamed herself for losing the man she once called the love of her life, the man who accused her of cheating on him the night of the assault. She knew he was wrong but accepted the blame. So she started drinking more.