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They don't know she's had sex with dozens of guys—instead she cops to six, the magic that she and her friends have decided sounds most acceptable. For now, Jenny is focused on her public relations career in Philadelphia and has no interest in pursuing a committed relationship. Having casual sex keeps her safe, at least emotionally. There's the dude downstairs—a friend's ex—with whom she could never have a relationship outside the bedroom. There's the old pal who is "just a friend with benefits, nothing else," who sends her late night booty text messages.
There are the naked self-portraits she fires out from her BlackBerry. There's the boozing herself loose for sexual encounters "Alcohol is always involved because it makes you bold enough to act and feel a certain way"even though she tends to have unsafe sex when she's wasted. There are the hit-or-miss protective measures "I don't always use condoms—I take morning-after pills when I need to"even though she assumes that the men she sleeps with are intimate with other women too.
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People may not know they're infected until they develop serious liver disease. Are people thinking along those lines when they're making their safer-sex or not-safer-sex decisions? Drew Pinsky, M. Drewhost of the nationally syndicated show Lovelineoffers one explanation for the lax behavior. So we've started seeing some riskier behaviors. All the messages about STDs started getting lost, and now we have a real problem.
A study published in in Perspectives on Sexual and Reproductive Health found that women who had two or more partners in the past year were more likely to be inconsistent contraceptive users, and only 51 percent of condom users used one every single time in the three months prior to the study.
That's insane. The organization just completed the first nationally representative survey of single young adults, ages 18 through 29, and found that although young women say they don't want to get pregnant, they are not careful with contraception. It's not like 'Oops, it happened. But, like Jenny, they feel invulnerable to the consequences, and that carefree attitude extends to other risky behaviors, including the sharing of explicit pictures of themselves with their potential hook-ups. Nancy, a year-old vice president of a public relations agency in New York, is firmly embedded in the casual-sex ethos and sends nude photos of herself to guys she's interested in.
She compares the appeal of "sexting" to the "instant gratification of a love letter. Turning men on is a turn-on, and they are so easy," she says. Nancy is not alone in her exhibitionist activities. A recent survey from the National Campaign to Prevent Teen and Unplanned Pregnancy found that 36 percent of something women had sent out nude pictures of themselves, 80 percent of whom said it was to get a guy's attention. Unfortunately, these women are getting more than that guy's attention: Forty percent of men in their twenties say they've been sent nude photos that were originally sent to someone else.
But consequences are an afterthought, as Chicago resident Jessica Voth found out after her ex-boyfriend posted nude photos of her on a website that encourages guys to download sexual snapshots of their former flames. After not leaving her condo for more than a month, except to go to work, she filed suit for emotional distress and invasion of privacy for becoming an unwitting pinup, but there's no amount of monetary compensation that can undo the humiliation she has felt. Kristy, 27, an administrator at ren's mental health agency, has suffered ificantly more than humiliation as the result of having unprotected sex at age One year after Kristy's twin daughters were born, she was diagnosed with HPV, which she was unknowingly infected with the night she got pregnant.
Today—even after having invasive laser, chemotherapy, and injection treatments—her vagina remains crusted over with cauliflower-like genital warts. Even worse, the infection was transmitted during delivery to one of her daughters, who now has warts around her anus and vagina, growths that are so painful, she has trouble going to the bathroom. The Invulnerable Generation Watch out ladies adult sex dating aka no strings year-old Whitney, who works in the finance industry in Boston, was in college, her friends teased her about attaching herself to a serious boyfriend.
Why would you stay with one person? Back with her college sweetheart today, she's still horrified about buying into the anonymous-sex scene at school. Drew explains. And the hook-up culture knocks aside the fear of consequences. The question is, are they being safe and are they being honest about having multiple partners?
How much can you really trust somebody? To a certain degree, you never know, which is disconcerting. And I think it makes people so uncomfortable that they'd rather not think about it at all. That the booze-and-sex cocktail is a risky mix was confirmed in a study from Johns Hopkins University Medical School, which found that women who binge drink are more likely to indulge in unsafe sex: They are three times more likely to have anal sex, twice as likely to have multiple sexual partners, and five times more likely to have gonorrhea as nondrinking women.
Nancy, who has had about 30 sexual partners and says that alcohol "is a big thing," admits she's not overly concerned with the fallout of latex-free sex with multiple partners. She doesn't always use condoms, and never for oral sex. I don't use protection," she says. And yet unprotected oral sex may be one of the most widespread and most dangerous sexual practices for women's health.
Oral and throat cancers have recently been causally linked to the same HPV strains that cause cervical cancer; herpes, chlamydia, and gonorrhea also can be easily transmitted from mouth-to- genital contact, though many women are completely unaware of the risk. He never told her about his infection. Bush—for not only failing to inform younger women about the dangers of unprotected oral sex, but also for actually fueling its popularity.
For young women, oral sex pleased their partners and preserved their virginity, as did anal sex, another risky sexual behavior that's becoming more prevalent. Drew, who notes that today's young men are obsessed with the practice thanks to its prominence in porn. A cultural pressure to be sexually liberated, she says, is driving so many of these dicey sexual practices.
Drew agrees: "Rather than asserting their needs and autonomously presenting them, women are adopting the male point of view, taking it on, even though it isn't for their benefit and it's a kind of disempowerment. I Watch out ladies adult sex dating aka no strings that's at the core of this.
When we do have good sex with someone, even if it's someone we wouldn't want to have an actual relationship with, our brains are washed with oxytocin, the chemical of attachment, and then we get all flipped out when he doesn't call the next day," she says. Women go into a dissociative state around their sexuality, she says, and have to lie to themselves—"I don't care, I'm just like a guy"—to believe otherwise. Of course, not everyone agrees with that point of view.
I think it's really condescending," Parry says. I don't think it can be boiled down to women buying into what men are telling them. Women are a hell of a lot smarter than that. A Big Disconnect Cute undies and shaved legs. Those are the things Diana, a year-old staffing agency manager, makes sure she has every weekend when she he out to the bars of New York.
It's not a problem meeting a guy and going home with him. It's easy. There's more opportunity for that than for dating," she says of no-strings-attached sex—the perfect guy being someone she has no long-term interest in. Everyone, she says, is looking for the same thing: random sex. It's liquid courage. You don't have any inhibitions: 'I can do this I can hit on this guy,' " Diana says. She has slept with 32 men in the six years since she lost her virginity, and she doesn't care if anyone tries to "slut-shame" her: "I'm not ashamed of it.
Other people can judge, but it's you who ultimately needs to be OK with your decisions. Condom fatigue? Pregnancy ambivalence? It's a rational disconnect she just can't explain. While she is "paranoid" and has STD tests every six months, and she gets furious with her friends—four of whom have HPV—who sleep around and don't use protection "I'm like, ' You are the reason I am paranoid. It's girls like you who spread it around and make it dangerous for me"she still doesn't always protect herself.Watch out ladies adult sex dating aka no strings
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