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The week's top stories from the DP and beyond, meticulously curated for parents and alumni, and delivered into your inbox every Sunday morning. Subscribe to get the week's top stories from The DP and beyond, meticulously curated for parents and alumni, delivered directly to your inbox. College girls have been ased a daunting task: Change the hook-up culture. From Susan Patton, who suggests that we start looking for a husband in college, to Senior Washed Up Girls, who seek to reject that — and guys in general — in favor of wine whining, the consensus is young women must adjust their attitude one way or the other.
At the risk of sounding trite, it takes two to tango, so why do women have to be the variable? If the snarky online reaction to the popularization of SWUG is any indication, the prevailing message is that women should stop feeling sorry for themselves and just lower their standards.
Check out the newest Zurtoons: Acquired taste! A quick primer on SWUG : The acronym started as a sort of inside joke among a group of Yale senior girls a few years ago.
But somewhere along the line, it became more about self-pity and sweatpants than sisterhood, and it received media attention. Now, SWUG is the object of almost-universal eye-rolling, being written off as an Ivy League brand of senioritis reserved for sexually frustrated girls. So what if girls want to have fun without going to a frat party or a bar? Why should girls feel guilty about hanging out with friends and choosing not to engage in a social scene that, by senior year, has lost its novelty? And since when is friendship a joke?
Sure, SWUG s promote an extreme and somewhat petulant response to a problem showing little s of changing. The implication is that women are doing something wrong in not being on a constant search for a boyfriend. That sounds a lot like bro culture to me, but no one writes articles blaming bros for declining marriage rates.
My point is not to put all the blame on men, but I do find it troublesome that women are so unevenly the subject of criticism in the media. But by prescribing and categorizing the lifestyles within the female sex exclusively, we create divisions.
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