Yeshiva Student: Sexual Tension Between Sex-Segregated Campuses Is Thick...

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So thick "you could cut it with a challah knife," writes Matt Williams, arguing that his school's mixed messages—on the one hand, men and women must live apart; on the other, they must find future mates—"is a breeding ground for social awkwardness, public displays of affection, objectification of the opposite sex, broken engagements, and, worst of all, failed marriages."