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"Here, the girls are so intelligent, they go about it in a different way." As a visiting student from Wheaton College studying at Wellesley College in Wellesley, Massachusetts, for one year, Ross enjoys the unique position of being the lone full-time male student at an all-women's school."I really don't have to introduce myself too often," he says."When I arrived in '67, men could be in the rooms just for an hour or two in the afternoon — and you had to have a box of matches in the door — and we had sit-down meals, where we had to sing hymns and get dressed up on the weekends, and have tea once a week," recalls Kate Cornwell, a social worker.It's established wisdom on campus that the "token guy" who comes to Wellesley every few years will get as much attention as he can handle.David Kent, who spent a year at Wellesley in the late Seventies, wrote about the experience for Esquire: "I became incapable of talking to a girl without thinking how much she craved me and what she'd be like in the sack." He added that he dated three women a night and rarely slept in his own room."When I went to Wellesley," says writer-director Nora Ephron, a 1962 graduate, "it was pretty much assumed that if you were interested in medicine, you should marry a doctor." Marnie Henretig, a social worker who graduated in 1965, says, "The only reason I picked Wellesley was because I thought it was the best location to meet the man I wanted to marry." And the very idea of women dating other women was taboo.As Ephron told the class of 1996 at their commencement, "While I was here, Wellesley actually threw six young women out for lesbianism." But then came the sexual revolution.t first, Ross Franklin didn't notice that Wellesley College women were stalking him. He didn't realize until a friend pointed it out to him that the women were actually planning these coincidences.
Neil Schiavo, a Connecticut College graduate who spent part of the 1994-95 academic year at Wellesley, says, "The first week, it took me forty minutes to get to classes because people were so friendly.I felt like in this one little area in the world, I was Tom Cruise." Ross won't put a number on how many Wellesley students he's slept with, but admits he's been dating "a lot." One group of students placed bets on who could sleep with Ross, and there was also an informal competition to see who could get him into bed first.