Best | Gay | Lesbian | Free We’re dessert first kind of people, so let’s start with our three favorite hookup apps of all time.
No matter what kind of sexual encounter you’re interested in, within minutes, you’ll connect with someone (or someones) who’s interested in the same thing. If you’re looking for an affair, or if you’re part of a couple and are looking for a third, Adult Friend Finder can help you find that, too.
These statistics show there’s a demand to be met, and sex-only apps are striving to meet it.
It’s easy to think, because of how sex is portrayed, that you have to have it to be normal or to fit in, but it just isn’t true.
We’ve said it a few times, and we’ll say it again: sex is vulnerable and intimate, and the first time you have it is not overrated.
It's socially acceptable for single folks to opine about their lack of action without it reflecting poorly on them, but when you're in a relationship, mentioning you aren't getting any is seen as a personal failing.
If more people talked about their relationship sex (or lack thereof), it would help normalize the ups and downs that many people experience with a partner.
It’s all too easy to believe that the girl with the perfectly curated Instagram feed has it all together.
It’s just as easy to believe that sex is how it’s portrayed on television.
Whether you’ve been on three dates or have been dating for three years, sex is not something that you need to participate in.
What you haven’t been told about hookups and casual sex is that they are not fulfilling or empowering because they ignore the raw vulnerability of sex.
When you're single and on the prowl 24/7 (or at least in between binge-watching Netflix), it's pretty normal to share stories of your conquests with friends. While it's important to maintain boundaries and not divulge secrets that could conceivable mortify your significant other, it's also important to keep the sex conversation going after you've "settled down." When you stop sharing, it can isolate you in a variety of ways.
According to multiple sex therapists discussing the subject in Cosmopolitan, our cultural habit of keeping quiet about coupled up comings and goings isn't the best practice.
Why should your single friends get to monopolize the brunch/bar talk with tales of their latest exploits?