Instead, she entered and exited relationships frequently, often sleeping with the men she was dating."Even though I knew it was wrong, I continued to have sex outside of marriage," Lindsey told The Christian Post. Because when you're single you don't want to be lonely.""I was the girl that broke up with one boyfriend and had another one on speed-dial—that afternoon I'd already be going out with somebody else.I kept a boyfriend because I liked the attention," she continued.Flooding in some parts of the county that includes the city of Houston was so bad that residents were being urged to seek refuge on their roofs...
But despite this realization, after Lindsey moved to New York, she did not abide by this new sexual ethic.
 The new study is based on input from 218 students from three New Hampshire high schools, who were asked in surveys and focus groups to describe how often they had intervened in situations ranging from hearing sexist jokes or verbal aggression (“She deserves to be raped”) to witnessing a friend’s partner act controlling to seeing an intoxicated friend being taken upstairs at a party.
More than nine in 10 students said that they had had at least one opportunity within the last year to intervene in situations of dating or sexual violence.
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The overwhelmingly majority of teens witness dating aggression or sexual violence among their peers, but many choose not to intervene — sometimes because they want to avoid drama, sometimes because they want to fuel drama, and sometimes because they’re afraid of second-guessing a more popular kid.