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Vrangalova hopes that the project will help educate people about the reality of the "hookup culture" -- namely, that casual sex experiences are incredibly variable, and not intrinsically bad for the people involved. I hope this project will help people see these nuances. Tap here to turn on desktop notifications to get the news sent straight to you.
She told The Huffington Post in an email: This Blogger's Books and Other Items from It's too easy for us women to convince ourselves to settle for less. We're so helpful and accommodating, so eager to please and afraid of rejection that we're quick to give up the things we need, including when it comes to sex.
What we need to see is that doing this will leave us chronically frustrated. While it's true that every relationship requires a certain amount of compromise, going without the things that we really need just doesn't work. We'll end up unhappy in the relationship or resentful toward our partner. The bottom line is, we need to know what we can't live without, sexually, and what we just can't live with.
We ignore these non-negotiables at the expense of a fulfilling sex life. Sex is not the ultimate vulnerability, it does open oneself to intimacy, physical effort, and communication. I can think of plenty of things that make one far more vulnerable. It can also open up a person to unwanted pregnancy and all the physical and psychological risks that pregnancy and child rearing entails over the lifespan, abortion, STI's and risks to violence and associated trauma.
This is especially true for females due to biology and the higher risk of violence towards females. I don't think there's anything particularly 'nutty' about pointing that out.
It's just something that should be acknowledged when we discuss sex. Unfortunately, it's very rarely acknowledged that sex is far more risky and has a greater potential impact on women.
What is the agenda being pushed here? Why is Psychology Today now flooded with articles every week promoting casual sex and "hookup culture? A dislike of casual sex is not necessarily related to religion or hatred, it may just come from sensibility. I'm an anti-theist, outgoing liberal yet I find the idea of casual sex repealing, because I understand sex as an expression of emotional bonding and there's hardly anything casual or random about that.
For example I understand sex for just what it is, SEX. Emotional bonding is a different thing, that can be or not, combined with sex. I have had sex so many many times without any emotional bonding. Welcome to the real world. Whether you hide behind a cloak of religion or not - sex is everywhere. I, personally, find it interesting and it's foolish to behave as if there is such a thing as "hookup culture" Hooking up has been a thing since the days of the saloon When scientists and clinicians write a piece on their research and findings, those of us reading it need to approach it not only with maturity, but with a scientific interest - as that is the nature in which it is intended.
Don't cloud science with your politics. Any study of the adult brain, and the actions of the human species is interesting - especially since humans spend so much time thinking about sex. New research on how men and women judge each other's sexual history. New study examines giving v. Back Find a Therapist.
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It's saying, among other things, that bad reasons for having sex are linked to lower self-esteem than good reasons. But surely it's still possible for a person to have sex for both a good and a bad reason at the same time. Even a combination like having sex for material benefit and to explore one's sexuality is possible. But, based on the study results, you might improve your self-esteem by only having sex for the "good" reasons. However, keep in mind that this study can only begin to tell us something about how most people feel about sex, not all people.
Perhaps having sex for one of the "bad" reasons doesn't lower your own self-esteem, even though it did for most of the study participants. If you happen to be different from most or even all of the people in this study, that doesn't mean you or the sex you're having is bad. It probably just means you're lucky. I'd also like to point out for everybody that having sex for material benefit probably wouldn't lower self-esteem so much if it weren't so culturally shamed.
I'm no psychologist but what about correlation vs. Like isn't it just as possible that this article be titled: Since this was not an experimental study, you can never claim causation. Because of this, you can establish temporal precedence - i. It's not as good as an experiment, but you're one step closer to causality. But, and please correct me if I am wrong, there are a multitude of external variables that could cause the degradation in mental health that then impact the participants' sex life between Time 0 and Time 1.
This article assumes, between t 0 and t 1: Again, I'm not a psychologist, but the title of this article seems a bit sensationalized, like, "If you have casual sex you will become depressed" - especially given the use of the question format in the title. It sounds more like something found in a newspaper than a scientific journal.
And as a result in information within especially the charts can be misleading - it sounds like the author is trying to imply causality. For the record, I know this is not a scientific journal. And I know that the answer to the question in the title is "only if you do it for the wrong reasons", not "yes".
But even providing any answer to that question is making a lot of assumptions that I believe are overlooked. The title is simple link baiting and it's effective if you consider that this article has more comments on it than most psych today articles. Most studies are problematic in that the parameters are tightly defined and so can't take stock of the incidentals that guarantee to affect outcome but are simply impossible to measure because they aren't controlled.
This is for all studies from addiction to depression to even cancer. In fact, the only read study you can do that's effectively controlled is on a single cell organism. Aaaanyway, no, the study looks at motivation for why you're having casual sex being the important factor in determining how you feel about casual sex.
So the casual sex is just incidental. Replace casual sex with how you feel about eating pasta for dinner.
You go in thinking "YES, I fucking love this pasta" or "meh". How you feel about the pasta after you eat it is going to be different dependent on how you felt before and during eating.
There's just a little too much emphasis on the sex itself as though this is cause when really, it's reasonably incidental. First, casual sex fractures the Self - sexual contact creates a connection, a piece of the self is given to that other person. People perpetrate these promiscuous patterns due to unmet needs, and sex and casual hook ups are simply an expression of the quest to heal those unmet needs through other people.
I like this post It is very informative post Thanks for sharing this informative post with us So it's impossible that people could experience a combination of the "bad" and "good" reasons at the same time? So what is a person to do, and will they only have a slight mental health problem if they want sex to be fun and also hope that it could be long term?
And let's be serious, these two reasons as well as exploration, are the usual motivations for most people seeking sex. I am 70, single man, have not had sex since or 86? Being rejected my dozens of women - I gave up. I am being treated for anxiety and depression. Everything seems to be motivation based.
No motivation is related to low moods, whereas interest in whatever the activity is contributes to our well-being. As long as casual sex is not related to tremendous energy loss, it won't result in mental distress. The question is if the hookup can be considered a mere energy consumption, where one party acts as an energy vampire, whereas the other side suffers from lack of warmth, loneliness, and misunderstanding.
In North America, flirting is not permitted, not even recognized. Oh yeah, it is called sexual harassment. In my last health care facility, where my Family Doctor worked the Conservative Administration did not permit a male patient politely compliment on a lovely doctor or another elegant patient.
On the other hand, if a long time patient noticed some fishy hanky-panky between Supervisors and social workers or secretaries, he was slowly ignored and booted out. New research on how men and women judge each other's sexual history.
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Besides all of this, the author explains that this wasn't a part of the study anyway. What about if two people are drunk? Submitted by Anonymous on March 8, - 8: What should happen then? Cause I can tell you what does happen.
Being tricked into sex is not Submitted by Cuki on April 12, - All sex needs Submitted by Ron on August 13, - 9: All sex should be casual You have a dangerously broad Submitted by Zhana Vrangalova Ph. Either way, as I said, excluding that item from the measure did not change the results. Broad definitions of rape Submitted by Anonymous on February 21, - 6: Perhaps a waiver form and Submitted by Anonymous on February 21, - 6: Perhaps a waiver form and video documentation of having agreed to sexual engagement?
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But, and please correct me if Submitted by Anonymous on February 24, - 7: The title is simple link Submitted by Anonymous on February 24, - 8: Hope that goes some way to clearing things up as I see it anyway. Well, there are several, but I am going to point to one or perhaps two here. I fail to see this as ethical or good for any of the people involved.
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