Ew, that sounds potentially embarrassing. This coming from someone that won't even walk around in a nightgown in front of my grown kids, even if it is flannel! ha
I can't imagine sleeping in a room with a stranger of the opposite sex. Oh my word. See, this all must be part of what my husband says, "the law of diminishing returns." It was a shock to have guys and gals in the same dorm, now that is nothing... lets see what else we can do now. It's never better, it's always worse when dealing with the law of diminishing returns.
One night I was asleep in bed when the ground began to shake. I woke up. Okay, I thought, an earthquake - soon it will be over. It continued to slowly sway the room. I sat up in my bed, now I could hear things slightly rattling. So I hung my legs out of the bed and waited. Still going. Well, should I get to a safer place, downstairs? (I already have ridden out a big quake - 1964.) I began feeling around in the dark looking for my robe. My youngest son was still living at home, and was across the hall sleeping. I would not go out of my room without my robe, even if there was an earthquake! I continued to walk around searching for my robe, faster and faster. When I felt it, I began putting it on and hurried to the door, half-way down the stairs I stopped,. I listened. I thought to myself, it must be over, then I heard my son, who was still in bed ask, "Mom? are you okay?"
No, I would not like to be going to school with the added discomfort of the opposite sex sharing a room with me! The things that could possibly go on in a situation like that sound too much like a nightmare to me!