Isn't it obvious that colleges and universities have mixed together the ingredients which would inevitably lead to this mess? Let me explain.
Second, continue the indoctrination which began in high school: That males and females are both capable of meaningless sexual encounters with multiple partners that leaves no residual emotional impact.
Third, ignore the evidence that males who routinely use pornography (with first exposure now around the age of 8) have more trouble developing normal emotional attachments, and believe what they see in porn is "normal" and females who refuse to engage in similar acts are not.
Fourth, have annual "sex weeks" on campus that feature demonstrations of sex toys, S&M seminars, porn stars as speakers. And give college credit for courses purporting to "explore" human sexuality through live demonstrations of sexual acts, attending strip clubs, etc.
Fifth, fail to explain the power of the visual in male sexuality. In my experience, few married women in their forties have any appreciation for how much effort it takes for a husband to stay faithful given the sex saturated culture in which he must live. Most women assume once he marries her, the existence of all other females will be magically erased from his visual field.
Sixth, eliminate same-sex dorms. How can anyone object to a living environment combining adolescents with low/no impulse control andBEDS?
And finally, populate the health service centers with providers who refuse to admit there are mental health issues associated with multiple partner lifestyles, the acquisition of sexually transmitted infections and the abortion-on-demand culture.
Having mixed all these factors together, what could possibly go wrong?!