Acknowledgments (Michael Bruce and Robert M. Stewart).
Campus Orientation: An Introduction to College Sex – Philosophy for Everyone (Michael Bruce and Robert M. Stewart).
PART I FRESHMAN YEAR: Hook-Up Culture.
1 Sex and Socratic Experimentation (Sisi Chen and George T. Hole).
2 The Straight Sex Experiment (Bassam Romaya).
3 The Virtual Bra Clasp: Navigating Technology in College Courtship (Michael Bruce).
4 Smeared Makeup and Stiletto Heels: Clothing, Sexuality, and the Walk of Shame (Brett Lunceford).
5 Relations at a Distance (Bill Puka).
PART II SOPHOMORE YEAR: Friends With Benefits.
6 What's Love Got to Do with It? Epicureanism and Friends with Benefits (William O. Stephens).
7 Friends with Benefits: A Precarious Negotiation (Timothy R. Levine and Paul A. Mongeau).
8 The Philosophy of Friends with Benefits: What College Students Think They Know (Kelli Jean K. Smith and Kelly Morrison).
PART III JUNIOR YEAR: Ethics of College Sex.
9 A Horny Dilemma: Sex and Friendship between Students and Professors (Andrew Kania).
10 Philosophers and the Not So Platonic Student-Teacher Relationship (Danielle A. Layne).
11 Thinking About Thinking About Sex (Ashley McDowell).
12 Exploring the Association Between Love and Sex (Guy Pinku).
13 Sex for a College Education (Matthew Brophy).
PART IV SENIOR YEAR: Sex and Self-Respect.
14 Meaningful Sex and Moral Respect (Robert M. Stewart).
15 Can Girls Go Wild With Self-Respect? (John Draeger).
16 Mutual Respect and Sexual Morality: How to Have College Sex Well (Yolanda Estes).
17 Bad Faith or True Desire? A Sartrean View on College Sex (Antti Kuusela).
Notes on Contributors.
"You actually get something from it. Rather than a textbook in a class that you read and forget almost instantaneously, College Sex forces you to see sex from a more objective perspective - you'll soon be asking questions regarding your own sex life and how good and healthy it actually is." (Her Campus, September 2010)
"The sex and philosophy combo might seem like a peculiar mix, but as you flip and through the book's sections (freshman year, sophomore year, junior year and senior year), it's plausible to see how Socrates, Nietzsche, Aristotle and sex are closely connected with one another." (Campus Circle, 25 August 2010)