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Yes! This is especially true if you are in a committed relationship. A 2016 study in The Journal of Sex Research found that 53 percent of people who had had casual sex in their lifetime believed they would get an STI. Among single people? It’s not hard to find anecdotes to support a yes. Consider the ridiculously high proportion of high school and college kids who blame masturbation for a sexual STI. (STIs are infections that appear in the body, and can go in or out through touching.) Or the studies that show women with an STI are less likely to participate in casual sex — just because that’s what’s available — because they worry about passing it along.
Or take this study, which found that the likelihood of engaging in casual sex was nearly 10 times higher among people who, in their teens, had seen a doctor for mental health problems than those who hadn’t. Or consider the ratio of situations, where two people (or more) are shoving themselves inside each other in the name of intimacy, when they could have potentially had more fulfilling experiences.
Is casual sex better than more committed sex?
There are a ton of reasons why casual sex is not as good for you as a regular relationship might be. For one thing, you’re going to stick a hook into a body more than once, and that means you’ll find yourself with a hook in a lot of different places. Regular sex is more limited in where and how many times it happens. Casual sex can also be emotionally taxing. Consider that 26 percent of people surveyed in the The Journal of Sex Research said that they enjoyed their most recent hookup less than they liked a previous hookup with the same person.
Sexual perfectionists have more orgasms (and orgasms provide the most stimulation of all)
Are casual sex apps safer than the real thing?
Yes and no! First of all, any hookup app worth its salt requires you to complete a short vetting process before signing up, so there’s really nothing to worry about here. Further, many of these apps offer both a safety feature and a service level agreement, so you should be able to avoid all the unsavory and potentially dangerous scenarios that can accompany human dating. (Remember that sex at bars with strangers can be unsafe for a host of reasons, including that person might have an STI or you may not even know them!) That said, there are still some tips and guidelines that you should know if you choose to experiment with dating apps:
1. Check your phone during

But while casual sex may be exciting and perhaps even empowering, it doesn’t really make sense, even to a bit of a cynic like me, as a default sex choice. Here are the reasons that I think casual sex is generally a bad idea.
1. Because you never know what you’re getting into
This one is pretty obvious, but I don’t think people fully grasp just how bad this is for them. You might find yourself getting in bed with a person who treats sex like a sport or pastime, who you then become obligated to meet as they see you as fulfilling their needs. While it’s not uncommon to form long-term relationships based on your shared sex drives, this is not something that happens to people in their late-20s, early 30s.
Basically, you can never assume that you’re meeting someone who is sincere in their desire to connect on a deeper level than just a physical one.
2.Because there can be a lot of hurt in the aftermath
With casual sex, there’s a bit more at stake. You’ve got the mystery of “Can this person love me the way I love them?” hanging in the balance, along with the whole sexual disappointment that comes with feeling like you got taken (this, for the record, is my biggest reason for not having casual sex).
3. Because sometimes you just want to have sex with someone you care about
Just kidding, it’s fine.
If you’re lucky enough to have a good friendship that spills over into a casual sex friendship, then you already know that there is value in having that special kind of intimacy outside of sex. Yet there is also great benefit in having sex with someone who is unapologetic about wanting casual sex with you. If you have a great relationship with someone, meeting the physical need is almost always a more pleasurable experience than having it with someone who treats sex like a goddamn sport. The whole “will you be my friend or my casual fuck buddy” dilemma is a tricky one that you need to think about carefully. (I have talked to people who have managed to get out of such relationships — I will leave their stories for another time.) The message is, when you’re about to get down with someone, pay attention to what kind of relationship you want.
4. Because it’s not totally clear who you’re really being intimate with
This is a biggie, especially if you’re single and checking out Tinder or something. When you go in for the casual shag, it


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