An insecure young man takes a drinking game as a challenge in personal development.
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Filed Under: Advice & Confessions, Featured Content, Quarter-Life Crisis, The Good Life Tagged With: body image, Brandeis University, college life, confidence, drinking games, Eating Disorders, emotional intelligence, first love, friends, Friendships, high school, insecurity, Jonah Hill, Never Ever, Never Have I Ever, puberty, self-improvement, sex education, sexual acts, sexuality, shame, social development, socially awkward, Superbad, teenagers, Ten Fingers, Truth or Dare, undergraduate experience, virginity, youth culture
Stefan Borst-Censullo believes the mainstream success of Pride Parades means the gay rights movement is winning.
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