People are getting it on at the office even without the holiday spirit pumping through their somewhat drunken veins. If that's the case all year round, the holidays bring out the sexy times even more. So, if you're planning to seduce that guy from the graphic design department this holiday, where should you do it? Our guide is here to help.
Popular in today’s culture among many college students, hook-ups do create anxiety and depression rather than a sense of well-being according to a recent study led by researchers from California State University, Sacramento. The results suggest “casual sex was positively associated with psychological distress.”
It doesn't take a scientist to know that the overwhelming majority of women can't have a hot, casual, sexual relationship with a man and not get hooked in. It simply doesn't work.
College movies always make college girls look so debauched. You know what I mean — casual sex, chicks kissing chicks, and, of course, that whole "Girls Gone Wild" thing. Typically we take these fictional portrayals of young adult women with grains of salt; sure, some may use college as a chance to explore, but not everyone thinks of college as one huge sex romp, right?
"Growing up in Baltimore, I've attended many infield parties at the second leg of the Triple Crown, the Preakness. Something about that infield makes us all behave like heathens. Don't get me wrong — it's a good time (even though it feels a bit like a war zone). Hook-ups abound, and there are plenty of opportunities to merge with the opposite sex."
I've been to Coachella once. It was back in the day when I could stomach outdoor concerts that consisted of thousands of people whacked out of their mind on drugs and alcohol, and each one of them hoping to get laid. I'm not judging these people, because I was one of them.
The rules for hooking up during/after holiday office parties. Are feminists to blame for the "hook-up culture?" Some people will say just about anything to get some tail. Would you stay with your husband if he cheated on you? Britney Spears songs have some great (and awful) things to say about love. The Austrian "sex school" that never was. 12 keys to healthy relationships. And, dating his clone to get over him. Yikes.
One would think that, after years of condom-on-banana sex ed in our schools, we'd finally get that condom use is kind of a smart idea. And when I say "kind of," I really mean "just wrap it up, you idiots."
How to escape the family and get a little frisky this Thanksgiving. Signs that you're too picky. Why do men cheat "down?" (Because they're not grateful enough, that's why.) If a lady's father sets a terrible example for her, is cheating totally her fault? Evidently, female musicians do not have the groupie chain you'd expect. Which dating traditions need to be phased out pronto?
Movies, TV shows and songs—essentially, all of popular culture—would have us believe that no-strings-attached, casual sex is something that men are more interested in than women. It's true that over the years, gender-based stereotypes have assigned to guys the role of sex-seeking and to ladies the search for something serious. A new study, however, challenges those assumptions—while showcasing how such behavior affects a person's perception of a woman.
To hook up. What does it mean? Turns out even though college students are the ones doing most of the hooking up, they don't quite know what it means. And a new study proves that there's a lot more talk about hooking up than people actually doing it. Surprised, anyone?