Perhaps humans were not meant to couple in such a way and though the delay of long-term relationships farther into adulthood, and the science of may have given us new choices, it could be that humans—both men and women—were meant to couple in the context of more meaningful, 'safer' relationships.
The social science research According to Donna Freitas, who wrote a book called Sex and the Soul, a hook-up is any sexual encounter that is unplanned, casual and has no promise of a future.
She says that it often involves alcohol, and no other forms of intimacy.
There are websites that cater to people who are not interested in a relationship other than a brief sexual encounter, or are interested in an ongoing sexual relationship with no promise of a future or of anything more than the sex. Lisa Wade, a sociological professor who authors a blog called Sociological Images, conducted a small study and found that women who hooked up did feel the freedom to say yes to sex but they did not feel like equals to men in the modern sexual culture of young adults. Webber, studied 273 students and found that though students perceive sexual desire to be equal in both men and women, they believed that women were just as capable as men of having sex. In their literature review they reported on studies that showed that although both men and women want emotional commitment, commitment was more important to women, and women often have sex hoping that things will evolve into a relationship.
Although both women and men reported feeling dissatisfied with a lot of the hooking up they did do, women were particularly dissatisfied, probably related to the fact that their pleasure was secondary to the man's. But a double standard applied: Women still needed to manage their sexual encounters to avoid being stigmatized and marginalized for their sexual choices, whereas men had no such issue. They found an association between depression in women and casual sex that was stronger than that found for men.
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The truth is that women are stigmatized and most men don't begin to qualify for stigma.
That's because almost all women have control over the number of sex partners and only a few men do.
For example, the age old complaint about double standards.
The complaint is that women are stigmatized and men are not.
(NSA) sex is another term for having sex with nothing (strings) bonding the two parties together.