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[Question] Those of you who have had sex with people from different countries from your own, what are some of the national/cultural differences in regards to sex you have noticed?


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[Question] Is Casual Sex Really That Glamorous?


Okay, so call me prudish, but…

I'm eighteen years old, male, not particularly religious, usually pretty liberal and I really feel like I'm missing the point of casual relationships. I just don't get it. And this isn't one of those superiority things because I don't feel like I'm any better off for it… I just don't understand.

My friends – who mainly fall into the 17-20 age bracket – are all very much into casual sex. They base a significant part of their life around Tinder, they go out with the sole intention of hooking up in pubs and clubs, they all sit around and talk about 'how they did' afterwards. I'm beginning to feel like I'm the only one who thinks there's something a bit… twisted(?), perhaps, about instigating all these 'single-serving relationships' with the intention of discarding them and starting again in the morning.

And this isn’t slut-shaming. This seems to occur in men as much as it does women, and I'm starting to think it's just a societal thing that I'm not really in touch with. I'm not particularly prudish, believe it or not; I've been in several sexual relationships, but all the intimate stuff generally tended to come after I'd got to know the person a bit. There've been a couple of times I've got drunk and ended up getting off with someone I've just met, but there's something about it that just feels… dirty. Without any intention to even speak to said person again, it feels a bit like I'm using them in a way… and perhaps that's where my issue lies with it.

My ex and I often argued about this. She saw sex as quite a, uh, secular action, for lack of a better word – very much just a means of gratification without anything romantic or, ugh, ‘special’ about it. It was something to do. She'd had multiple one-night stands and, not placing any real importance on sex, didn't have an issue with sleeping around behind my back. Anyway, point is, I regarded it as quite an important part of our relationship; I guess intimacy defines a relationship as something more than just a normal friendship in part. We ended up breaking up after she cheated on me (haha) but as I looked for reassurance online that it wasn’t just me who felt this way, I was pretty shocked by the response I got. It seemed to justify what she'd done.

There’s a girl at my old college who I used to see for a bit, who, when I left, had slept with 29 people. She's about to turn 18. She did it, she said, because she had no self-esteem and hooking up made her feel better about herself. And, as far as men are concerned, there are a group of lads I know who treat it like a competition – every time I see them they’re bragging about how they’re now ‘on 13’ or ‘did’ so and so or whatever. I think if there was something honest or positive about the idea of sleeping around a bit, I might get it, but every story I’ve heard seems to contort or twist or objectify and I’m sure I must be missing something here.

I’m not jealous and I’m not being self-righteous. Even now I’m quite weary that I’ll either be called sanctimonious or utterly pathetic for this post. All I’m asking is is the promiscuous lifestyle really as ingrained into the culture as it seems and what do people – or what do you, rather – see in it (especially by contrast to a relationship)? Is it worth it?

Cheers for bearing with

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