I was offended.
I knew what was going on. "I'm graduating! I'll have a hard time finding guys now! I'd better grab one!"
One, who had never talked to me, put her hand on my back and then ran her hand up and down. It was straight out of the blue. I just looked at her and said nothing. Another suddenly told me how good I looked and then told me that "all women want to get married." I also looked at her and didn't respond.
There were others, too.
I was offended by this. I really was. First they ignored me, then they were all over me.
For some reason, things that happened to me in college were prescient. Everything I experienced have now become major social problems. It's like I was some sort of barometer.
I wanted nothing to do with these women. I suspect some of them are now cougars. Actually, I know for a fact some them are. That's men's fault, of course.
I also saw guys try to talk to women and get rudely rebuffed. I knew the problem was going to get a lot worse. And it has.
I realized many years ago it's not men who have the problem. It's women.