When done right, a one-night stand can be exciting and even empowering! Follow our rules to make it a great night!
“Women can enjoy sex the same way men can,” says sex therapist Ian Kerner, author of She Comes First: TheThinking Man's Guide to Pleasuring a Woman. And a one-night stand provides a great opportunity to enjoy sex with no strings attached. But you’ve got to be safe -- and smart. “Hooking up with a friend of a friend, or someone who is one or two degrees of separation from you, can make you feel safer and more comfortable since you’re not dealing with a totally unknown entity,” says Kerner. If you are hooking up with a stranger, he recommends going to your place (versus his) or even a hotel where there are people around as a safer option. No matter where you do the deed, condoms are a must. And watch your alcohol consumption, too. “So much casual sex happens as a result of inhibitions being lowered by drinking, but in the end, you want to feel like you made a good, safe decision,” Kerner says. “It’s fine to have fun and drink, but make sure you are the one lowering inhibitions for yourself and aren’t letting alcohol make you do something you wouldn’t normally do.” So one martini is fine, but four? Not so much.
Women, once your reputation is lost & all of this guys buddies have caught wind of it, good luck to you!
You are worth more than a "One night stand" !!!
When you meet some nice guy, just be honest with him up front. Let him decide if he wants a relationship with a girl who's into one night stand. Nothing like finding out long after the fact
I can't believe this immoral article. I just want to comment:-- A woman's character is really important--whether it is East or West. That is why we have bad names for a women like **** etc. but for a man the word is playboy---such a beautiful word.
Also it is extremely dangerous to go to bed with a stranger. That man can be a criminal or a psycho etc. what happens if he pursues or becomes obsessed later on? Then there can be health issues also. So many negative things---.
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