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According to a recent university survey, life at school is tamer than it looks. The National College Health Assessment NCHA has revealed that more than a quarter of Concordia undergraduates did not have a sexual partner for the 12 months preceding the survey, while 47 per cent had only one partner in the same period.
Among sexually active Concordia undergrads, only 10 per cent — a figure that represented males and females almost evenly — reported having four or more partners. Eighty-five per cent of graduate students reported having one partner, or none at all. Of those surveyed, Fifty-eight per cent said they were in a relationship, and 42 per cent said they were not. The results were collected at 32 Canadian post-secondary universities in the spring of According to the Public Health Agency of Canada, approximately 70 per cent of adults will contract an STI at least once in their lifetime.
If you have sex, get tested regularly. The NCHA survey covers more than sexuality. It asked students whether they had experienced abuse — whether emotional, physical or otherwise — in their intimate relationships. Among female undergrads, the rate was 9. With these statistics in mind, Concordia is committed to fostering a culture of consent within its community. A SARC representative will be on hand to discuss emotionally healthy relationships.
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