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How to Be Successfully Promiscuous

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By: The Sexperts

 

First, let’s stop using the word slut: it has a negative connotation. I propose we use the term “person who is having more fun than the rest of us.” Let’s be honest, sex feels good. Actually, sex feels really freaking amazing. So for the people out there having more of it, props to you because you have something going for you. Of course, promiscuity is not for everyone; some people prefer to remain loyal to one person or their partner, but for those without ties to any one person in particular and are up for getting down, I am going to teach you how to get around, and how to do it correctly.

First, set your boundaries. Even if you have sex a lot, it doesn’t mean that you have to lower your standards. You deserve to feel safe and comfortable with what you’re doing and who you’re doing, so be sure to decide what’s off the table.

Embrace the fact that you like to have sex and you like to have it often. Certainly, you don’t need to announce to everyone that you sleep around. However, you should be morally and emotionally comfortable with the fact that you have multiple sexual partners. Know that people may judge you, but as long as you are fine with your sexual life, there is no reason to be ashamed, because clearly, you’ve got game.

Don’t be afraid to try new things with new people. Experimenting can be a great way to add new tricks to your repertoire. There are always things you can learn and use with future partners, either for their pleasure, or your own.

Always remember to be safe. Never put yourself in a dangerous situation. Don’t hookup when you or your hookup are under the influence of drugs or alcohol. Technically, consent can’t be given, and it puts you in a possibly dangerous situation not only personally, but also legally. And use condoms! This is one of the most effective ways of not getting pregnant (or anyone else pregnant) or spreading STDs/STIs. Always carry a few with you; it can’t hurt. Lastly, get tested, and get tested often; you can never be too safe. Don’t be afraid to ask your partner about their STD/STI status. It might be an awkward conversation, but it’s one worth having.

Be open to love. You never know when a one-night stand might turn into a budding romance. Obviously, most hookups are not going to lead to anything; that’s why they’re just a hookup. Yet, maybe you’ll find yourself falling for someone that you thought was just there for sex. Understand that the other person might not feel the same way. Just be honest.

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3 COMMENTS

  1. These are so fun and a good laugh! They may not be completely accurate on some stuff but they’re a fun read and I look forward to reading more!

  2. This might be fun to read and all, but are you not promoting being “promiscuous”? Are you shaming people who choose not to be?

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