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In an article that ran last week in piece did not include the voices of men or students who did not identify as straight.
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“Taylor displays male-female relationships as really dissatisfying,” Pardes said.
“That whole idea that everyone is having miserable sex — I don’t think that’s representative.” Some critics took issue with the article’s “warning” tone, which they felt was intended to worry an older generation of readers about the depressing state of college-age women.