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PROVO Students at Brigham Young University are dating more than young men and women at other colleges but are also refraining from sex, according to a study.
There is, however, a whole lot of kissing going on at BYU, said students interviewed in the Cougar Eat in the Wilkinson Student Center.
Dane Erickson, 18, of Dallas, Texas, a freshman taking general classes, said, "It is going on at BYU.
I'm not one to judge though." The survey revealed BYU students hold marriage to be extremely important and see the dating process as the road to that goal, while refraining from high levels of physical intimacy.
Thirty-five percent of the men and 27 percent of the women had at least one date a week.
"I've certainly gone on more dates than my friends at other colleges," said Jake Corkin, 18, of Denver, Colo., a freshman majoring in business. Some BYU students interviewed said they got burned out on dating.
He might have practiced polyamory, consensual open love.
At BYU, students hang out but opt for a "NCMO session" as opposed to a "hook-up." NCMO stands for "non-committal make-out" and is simply kissing someone, then saying adios, students say.
"It's a church member's way of doing a 'one-night stand,"' said Andre Abamonte, 21, of Atlanta, Ga., a sophomore majoring in psychology.
"There are 15,000 members of the opposite sex at BYU who embody all the traits you have on your list." If the graduate moves to an area that doesn't have a high number of LDS people, "the pickings are a whole lot slimmer," Chadwick said.
BYU students list religiosity/spirituality as the No.
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