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A new breed of she-wolf is prowling for no-strings sex

Many female students now feel it's normal to be as drunk, lairy and promiscuous as lads, writes Alison O'Riordan

Alison O'Riordan

Published 17/01/2010 | 05:00

'He's my f**k buddy -- whenever we're bored on campus or drunk we just end up with each other." This is how Jane*, a 21-year-old commerce student who lives on campus in UCD, describes a casual sexual arrangement with one of her fellow students.

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A highly sexualised new generation of female college-goers in their early 20s have emerged and are willing to literally expose their every emotional thought and lay themselves bare.

"Life for me and many of my friends became highly sexualised when we started college. I was in Trinity and meeting girls not just from Ireland but America and England who would put out and lived on campus so it was easier to go back to someone's house for a bit of casual sex. That's when my sex life really took off," says a 22-year-old engineering student at Trinity.

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