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Students are redefining ‘bromance’

Kristal Reynaga

May 23, 2016

Students at Sacramento State shared their opinions on “bromance” versus romance, in a quest to uncover different perspectives, and perhaps, a secret recipe to managing both types of relationships. The Merriam-Webster Dictionary website defines “bromance” as a close nonsexual friendship between men....

Why you should hold off on a college relationship

Why you should hold off on a college relationship

Cambrie Sevaaetasi

September 9, 2015

We are told our entire lives that our college years are our "Golden Years" and we should be having the time of our lives, which makes us think that we should be conquering our dreams while young and in love. But college is an environment built to help an individual find their lifelong career and rece...

What happened to basing a relationship on trust?

State Hornet Staff

November 20, 2014

The nine-time Grammy award-winning artist Mary J. Blige has revealed an essential rule about friendships outside of her marriage when she was interviewed by Stella magazine: “All females for me, all guys for him.” Ouch.Blige claims that a husband having “female friends” or a wife having “guy frie...

The truth about “crazy”

Elizabeth Zelidon

November 15, 2014

Taylor Swift knows she has a reputation of coping with her relationships through song lyrics; she is embracing it and so am I. In her latest single, “Blank Space”, from her 1989 album, she plays the "crazy" ex-girlfriend the public seems to think she is.The song, which is full of satirical lyric...

Dating complexities are kicked up a notch when living with a disability

State Hornet Staff

April 29, 2014

People dating with a disability have to deal with all the same self-esteem, body image and sexuality issues as everyone else – just in a different package.Dating, regardless of having a disability, can be a tricky situation to deal with. But once a disability – especially physical – is added t...

Examining the dynamics of female friendships and why it seems to constantly be women versus women

State Hornet Staff

April 22, 2014

Every female has those friends that in front of their face we wish them well, congratulate them on their accomplishments and give them all the advice or help we can, but secretly we know they are our competition in life. This frenemy relationship is not necessarily based on hate or animosity, but st...

Go figure, men and women have different views on relationship satisfaction

Go figure, men and women have different views on relationship satisfaction

Jonathan Ayestas

April 22, 2014

Kelly Abercrombie talks about her perspective on the dynamics of a male-female relationship: Emotional satisfaction is different for men and women in long-term relationships because women need a good conversation and men need sex. In a study published in the personality and social psychology bul...

Battle of the sexes

Battle of the sexes

McClatchy Tribune courtesy photo

April 22, 2014

Related Sites: Click here to learn more about the movie Click here to visit the Women's Resource Center As part of Sexual Assault Awareness month, the Women's Resource Center will show "War Zone," a movie that explores sex, power and what happens when men threaten a woman's right to not be harassed. By showing this movie, the center hopes to give the campus community a better understanding of what women go through daily, said Jessica Heskin, advocate for Violence and Sexual Assault Support Services. "I don't think that there's a single woman who hasn't been harassed," Heskin said. "I think that it's interesting to make the connection of harassment in everyday life and the sexual assault issue," Heskin said. The movie, which is approximately 76 minutes long, deals with filmmaker Maggie Hadleigh-West who actively confronts men who treat her sexually. According to the movie's Web site, Hadleigh-West turns her camera on men the same way men turn their aggression on her. The Web site states Hadleigh-West reveals the anger, fear and frustration as well as affection, admiration and humor that characterizes relationships between men and women. Patricia Grady, coordinator of the Women's Resource Center, said the movie is a poignant and intense look at the other side of how women feel when men objectify them. Associate Professor Oriel Strickland of the psychology department said she is definitely going to see the movie but that she was going in with an open mind and with no expectations. Strickland said sexual assault is inappropriate, juvenile, negative and that more discussion may help to prevent it from happening. The film will be shown at noon on April 10 in the Women's Resource Center. Alicia Loza-Ponce can be reached at news@statehornet.com

Bisexuality is legitimate

Ashley Jung

April 30, 2013

Most people think of bisexuals as drunk girls at parties who make out with other women for attention. Or they look at this person as a sex-crazed addict who can't make a set-in-stone decision as to what their sexual preference is. In all reality, bisexuals are people who love both genders. "I'm pretty mu...

Dating is a game everyone plays

Fabian Garcia

October 16, 2012

The fact some people play mind games with each other when searching for love is depressing. Rather than be sincere with our intentions and desires, too often we feel inclined to engage in a dance just to have that one guy or girl we want. Here’s the reality: There’s no need for games if both partie...

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