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Young men and women desire communion, but they’re afraid of it.

They’re afraid to reveal to one another the vulnerabilities that are part of falling in love with a flesh and blood person.

Though the dominance of hook-up culture has made sex more overtly transactional, this shift overlaps with a different trend: young people having less sex than their parents did at the same age.Bobrisky, by virtue of her just existing, introduced into the Nigerian society a set of ethics and morals which are not aligned with the assumed social norm of the nation Nigeria.She has been received with mixed feelings as she has a fair number of fans and critics alike.In “consenting” to this or that sexual act, often in the midst of passion, can we really recognize what we’re committing ourselves to?An intimate encounter with another person that changes how I relate to this person forever? The approach that my book takes is to recognize that marriage offers a peculiar medicine for the hookup culture.

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