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STUDYING: Hookup Culture Does Go, But Swiping Doesn’t.
Casual sex without a relationship might seem like a recipe for disaster, but the reality is that more people are engaging in “hookup culture” than ever before. In fact, the dating app Tinder’s CEO swipes right on about two million new matches every day, and it has become the go-to app to find casual hookups.
Has casual sex become problematic? Maybe, maybe not. Scientists are still trying to pin down exactly how many people are engaging in this approach to sex. We know that sex between casual partners happens pretty frequently—in fact, one study found that, of 10 American teenagers surveyed, 89 percent said they’d had sex before the age of 18. There’s also a growing body of scientific research that suggests casual sex is doing a lot of good. Over time, casual sex creates more enduring romantic relationships—which benefits everyone involved. And the percentage of people who get hurt during casual sex is actually pretty low.
According to researchers, though, casual sex does carry a risk for women. Both the stresses of balancing work, family and a casual fling may cause their bodies to experience changes in hormones, like higher levels of estrogen and lower levels of testosterone. These changes may contribute to symptoms like fatigue, brain fog, trouble focusing and feelings of “brain farts” during sex. Heavy alcohol use, which also increases estrogen levels, can also contribute to sexual problems.
One study even looked at sex between friends and found that while casual sex does help people build mutual trust and friendships—and it may cause new ideas or even relationships to emerge—it can also create emotional and physical problems for women in the process.
That doesn’t necessarily mean casual sex is bad for everyone. It depends on how you do it. “The vast majority of people who engage in casual sex are not using that form of sex to find or ‘capture’ someone for a future committed, loving relationship,” says Dr. Louisa Klopfer, a sex therapist and assistant professor of psychiatry at Mount Sinai in New York City. (She also writes a blog about the science of sexuality.) “Rather, they tend to engage in casual sex for the endorphin-producing rush they

There are several reasons you might ask that question, and they’re not all the same.
1. Casual sex is bad if you have sex with people you don’t want to have sex with.
2. Casual sex is bad if you only do it with people you don’t like.
3. Casual sex is bad if you don’t care about the person you’re having sex with.
4. Casual sex is bad if you’re young, which you probably are if you’re reading this article.
5. Casual sex is bad if you have good reason not to want to have sex, and that reason is bigger than “I don’t really want to have sex with him.”
6. Casual sex is bad because people (mostly guys) always try to bullshit you into thinking they want to have sex with you but then never want to, and it’s maddening and makes you feel gross.
7. It’s bad because you never get to decide how much you like your hookup.
We now turn to the question itself, which can be somewhat nebulous. There are several issues at stake:
1. You may be developing a pattern of casual hookups (a form of sex that may or may not be sequential) that, if performed regularly, could have negative side effects on your health and well-being, your sex life, your finances, and the quality of the friendships you have. We’ll address each of these in turn.
2. You might be giving up one or more benefits you could enjoy if you were to commit to someone, even if the sex was random or casual.
If you are a lesbian, are aware that, when it comes to casual sex, you’re pretty much “trapped” in a monogamous relationship in which the woman who “donates” the sex does all the work.

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If you’re a somewhat inexperienced twentysomething and are desperate for some nookie, then you might be tempted to do something that’s not entirely lawful. That is to say: Hire a hooker.
Of course, it’s not entirely illicit to put a price on your or someone else’s body, and good hookers are known to charge well. But there are other reasons why you might think a cheap or even free hookup could be in order, including your own interests. Perhaps you’re just looking for a no-strings-attached adventure. Or maybe you just want to test the


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