SECRET LIVES OF STUDENTS WHO PRETEND TO BE
VIRGINS at HOME, BUT LIVE WITH CAMPUS
Pretence is a GAME students play with ease.
Before their parents, they wear the borrowed
robes of angels, but they become sons and
daughters of iniquity on campus. A good
number of undergraduates dwell in a
kingdom of deceit, where sex is cheaper than
a pot of porridge.
Their trademark of hypocrisy and lies flourishes
both in publicand private universities. They announce
their presence in lecture halls by their ostentatious
display of wealth. While other students are
seated in old rickety chairs in lecture
theatres, they swim in luxury in high-brow
hostels off campus. They live like kings and
queens in their secret palace of love, spending
in a day the income that is above the monthly
earning of their parents or guardians.
Most of them, especially ladies, live for their
partner. They wash the man’s clothes, clean
the room and spend quality time cooking
delicious meals, such that an onlooker might
think they are married. The fact is that they
might be single at home, but on campus, they
are married. They live in a love nest with the
lucky guy for as long as four years.
Welcome to the world of campus couples.
Cohabitation, a phenomenon where two
young unmarried people live together under
the same roof, is a common trend on campus.
It is not uncommon to find male and female
students living under one roof as couples
without the consent of their parents.
The habit, termed ‘campus couple’, has gained
ground said cohabitation enables two students in
love to determine their compatibility status,
as they get to study themselves before
marriage. The male student assumes the role
of a husband and the lady takes up the role of
These students are cohabiting for nothing but
to get space for having sex.Haven done all these
atrocities in school, how do you expect them to
cope well in marriage?Come to think of it, what if,
the compatibilitytest fails? Who will marry the girls?
The most annoying part of it is that their parents do
not know about what they are doing.
“Parents who toil day and night to see their
wards through school should cultivate the habit
of paying them unscheduled visit in order to find
out whatthey are doing in school. If students know
that their parents would pay them visit
without prior notice, they would be
restrained in their wild adventure.