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Student Sex Confessions...

05th October 2012 09:14:03




Starting with drunken Freshers’ week fumbles that you’ll probably regret for the rest of the year (if you remember them at all...), it’s no secret that students have a lot of sex. Sometimes it doesn’t go that well. TNS tracked down six such sexual incidents...

Anna, Birmingham City University: “When we were in second year a friend of mine took back a guy after a night out. When she woke up in the morning he’d gone  – but had left £50 on the side for her ‘services’.”

Jack, Durham University: “I was out with a big group and one of my friends managed to pull a glamorous much older woman and ended up going back to hers - where she revealed that she was actually a pre-op male to female transsexual.”

Name withheld, Plymouth University: “I had a one night stand with a stranger. In the morning he left early for a lecture, but told me his door would lock automatically behind me. I visited the bathroom, but to my horror the toilet was broken and wouldn’t flush. I had no idea what to do – so I put the contents (shudder) in a plastic bag, went downstairs, and wrote my one night stand a note saying I’d had a nice night, alongside my number. I left, letting the door shut behind me – and at that second realised I’d left the plastic bag on the side next to the note.”   

Amy, Leeds University: “I left a one night stand pretty promptly after he asked if he could wee on my face.”

Peter, University of Greenwich: “One of my friends from home had a house party in the holidays - whilst his mum and sister were upstairs. Part-way through the night he realised one of his university friend hadn’t been seen for a while. He went upstairs to investigate... and found his mate having sex with his mum.”

Emma, London School of Economics: “I’d just broken up with my long-term boyfriend so joined a few dating sites. I met a lad and after a few weeks of talking he came round to watch a film. We were having a nice evening until, out of nowhere, he stood up and stripped completely naked. I told him it wasn’t right, and he left. Two weeks later he contacted me again, saying he felt he was ready for us to “take our relationship to the next level and go on a magical journey together.” I changed my number.”

TNS advocates safe sex. For advice on contraception and sexual health matters see page 48 of our Freshers Issue.




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