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WHATS YOUR

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Rachel Nobrega

on 8 December 2013

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Transcript of WHATS YOUR

what's your number?
PLOT
Ally Darling
is fired from her job in a marketing company.
When her sister Daisy is arranging her wedding party, Ally reads an article in a women's magazine
stating that women that have slept with more than twenty guys
usually
do not get married
.
Ally counts her affairs and realizes that she has slept with exactly
twenty
boyfriends. Ally decides that the next man that she sleeps with will be her husband.
Ally decides to seek out her former boyfriends and asks her next door neighbor, the womanizer Colin Shea, to help her to find them to check whether any of them has improved his life.
Ally and Colin become closer.
Ally meets Jake Adams, who was her sweetheart in high school and now is a successful businessman. She believes she has found her Prince Charming.
Societal Factors
Conflicts
Divide Labor
: Each cooks or orders take out to share when at eachother's apartment.
Decisions
: Ally made decisions to meet her ex boyfriends, Colin decides to hide one of them. Decisions not always made together.
Negotiation
: Colin agrees to help Ally track down her exes if she allows him to use her apartment as a hide out when he finishes with his one night stands.
Solve Problems
: Communication.
By: Rachel Nobrega
Extended Family
: Ally's mother disapproves of her daughter's choice in men.
Workplace/Economy
: Colin is a striving musician, Ally lost her job, but is encouraged to pursue her clay figurines.
No official dating process.
Spent more time together.
Dating/Love Process
MATE-SELECTION THEORY

PROXIMITY
SOCIAL-EXCHANGE
IDEAL MATE
Colin: 6A
Ally: 6C
Ally: Has Personal investigator to find exes.
Colin: Has hide out for ditching one night stands.
CURRENT TRENDS
*82% have had a least one casual sex experience
*57% always use a condom during casual sex
*Only 19% regretted their casual hook ups the next morning
*74% reported having a harder time reaching orgasm with a casual sex partner than with a partner in a committed relationship
*Most participants met these casual sex partners at familiar places; 36% met through friends and 28% met at work or school
A cultural revolution
Hookups — defined in this article as brief uncommitted sexual encounters between individuals who are not romantic partners or dating each other — have emerged from more general social shifts taking place during the last century. Hookups began to become more frequent in the 1920s, with the upsurge of automobiles and novel entertainment, such as movie theaters. Instead of courting at home under a parent's watchful eye, young adults left the home and were able to explore their sexuality more freely.
By the 1960s, young adults became even more sexually liberated, with the rise of feminism, widespread availability of birth control and growth of sex-integrated college party events. Today, sexual behavior outside of traditional committed romantic pair-bonds has become increasingly typical and socially acceptable (Bogle, 2007, 2008).
Influencing this shift in sexuality is popular culture. The media have become a source of sex education, filled with often inaccurate portrayals of sexuality
CONFLICT-HABITUATED
VITAL
type of relationship?
started as fighting neighbors (ritual) --> enjoying each other's company in the smallest of ways.
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