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00:00 - Mic Break
00:44 - Tell Me - All Our Exes Live In Texas
04:11 - American Hookup: The New Culture of Sex On Campus, with Lisa Wade
21:06 - The Devil’s Part - All Our Exes Live In Texas
24:41 - Send Off
24:58 - I Love When Music Takes Me Away - Kokolo
29:49 - Finish

Welcome to the first ever episode of Juicy Bits! We’re talking with Lisa Wade, professor of sociology at Occidental College, about her new book: “American Hookup: The New Culture of Sex on Campus.” Are college kids really gettin’ down around town?

 

Courtesy of Lisa Wade

Courtesy of Lisa Wade

 

Host // Taia Handlin
Location: NYC | Host Since: 2016
Taia Handlin is a fabulous Portland native currently working and writing in New York City. She received her BA in Gender Studies from…
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Musical Artists: All Our Exes Live In Texas | Kokolo

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