My, how times have changed. When I went to college, men & women were in separate dorms, men were not allowed above the first floor of women’s buildings, and women were not allowed outside of their own dorm after 10:30PM on weekdays.
Now at least one school (Rutgers) is experimenting with gender-neutral dorms. Only for sophs & higher, and only if all parties consent, which doesn’t seem to be a major hurdle. If you don’t like it, don’t participate.
It reminds me of The Harrad Experiment, by Robert Rimmer, (the book, not the movie); a small fictional college where students were initially placed 2 to a dorm room. They were free to cohabit or not, as long as it was consensual, and they could change roommates anytime (to any sex) after a probationary period. The intention was to reduce sexual hangups and promote healthy development and lifestyles. Sounded like a good idea to me, and a lot better than sneaking around to find dark spots at night and using the back seats of cars.
Think this will work?