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So do about a billion other people, and they're all on hook-up and dating apps.
Sexist and slut-shaming men congregate in these environments more than any other college environment.
Sometimes known as the attachment hormone, oxytocin can induce feelings of love and closeness, so even if you had no romantic interest in your hook-up, your body might trick you into thinking that you.
Katie a senior at Vassar College who hooks up frequently, says that college girls should keep this biological reaction in mind and not let it color their perceptions.