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At least half of all problems associated with casual sex can be traced back to its name: People think that “casual” means the sex takes no thought and fits as comfortably as sweatpants. But the truth is, you have to date for years before sex gets like that. Here are ten steps to getting recreational sex right:

1. Be Nice

Just because you’re never going to see someone again doesn’t mean that your manners should fly out the window.

Also read: 5 Non-Creepy Ways To Mark Your Territory With Your New Man

2. Don’t Worry So Much About Inner Beauty

One of the best things about casual sex is that you can forget all about soul-mates and long-term compatibility and just focus on a pure, chemical connection: You can sleep with someone just because you like their accent, for example. Or you can sleep with someone who is far too young — or too old — for you. And you can enjoy a guilt-free rendezvous with someone who has a surplus of outer beauty but is somewhat lacking in other departments.

3. Be Honest

Just because you’re doing away with guilt, doesn’t mean you should do away with honesty, too. Don’t ever lie about your intentions to get someone into bed. Man up — or woman up — and admit you’re just looking for a roll in the hay. And never give a fake number or ask for a number you have no intention of calling.

4. Hold the Romance

The following activities are not appropriate foreplay during casual sex: drawing a bubble bath in a candle-lit bathroom; reciting your poetry; playing love songs on your guitar. Remember, a casual encounter is too fleeting and flimsy to bear the weight of such romance-laden activities — save those for your monogamous partner, who has no choice but to listen to your “modern take” on Extreme’s “More Than Words.”

5. Be Safe

Always always always use protection correctly. And know that condoms may not always protect you from everything (herpes, HPV...), so ask questions too (e.g. “Do you always use protection?” and “When’s the last time you were tested?”). Oh, yeah, and don’t let a complete stranger tie you up during sex, either!

~huffpost

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5 Fun Ways To Have A Casual Sex Relationship

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At least half of all problems associated with casual sex can be traced back to its name: People think that “casual” means the sex takes no thought and fits as comfortably as sweatpants. But the truth is, you have to date for years before sex gets like that. Here are ten steps to getting recreational sex right:

1. Be Nice

Just because you’re never going to see someone again doesn’t mean that your manners should fly out the window.

Also read: 5 Non-Creepy Ways To Mark Your Territory With Your New Man

2. Don’t Worry So Much About Inner Beauty

One of the best things about casual sex is that you can forget all about soul-mates and long-term compatibility and just focus on a pure, chemical connection: You can sleep with someone just because you like their accent, for example. Or you can sleep with someone who is far too young — or too old — for you. And you can enjoy a guilt-free rendezvous with someone who has a surplus of outer beauty but is somewhat lacking in other departments.

3. Be Honest

Just because you’re doing away with guilt, doesn’t mean you should do away with honesty, too. Don’t ever lie about your intentions to get someone into bed. Man up — or woman up — and admit you’re just looking for a roll in the hay. And never give a fake number or ask for a number you have no intention of calling.

4. Hold the Romance

The following activities are not appropriate foreplay during casual sex: drawing a bubble bath in a candle-lit bathroom; reciting your poetry; playing love songs on your guitar. Remember, a casual encounter is too fleeting and flimsy to bear the weight of such romance-laden activities — save those for your monogamous partner, who has no choice but to listen to your “modern take” on Extreme’s “More Than Words.”

5. Be Safe

Always always always use protection correctly. And know that condoms may not always protect you from everything (herpes, HPV...), so ask questions too (e.g. “Do you always use protection?” and “When’s the last time you were tested?”). Oh, yeah, and don’t let a complete stranger tie you up during sex, either!

~huffpost

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