In young adulthood, for instance, casual sex tends to be more common and more easily accepted than later in life, especially if one gets married and starts a family. At the end of the day, there is no undisputed right or wrong answer when it comes to casual sex and its effects on psychological wellbeing.
For some people, it is probably fine, and for others it is probably not. I would have loved for this article to have gone full circle. B) Females grow tired of their spouses sooner then males grow tired of their spouses.
Nevertheless, the findings of each study were consistent by gender.
And you should understand that these related factors could adversely affect your psychological wellbeing even if the sex itself does not.
Conversely, if you are by nature or upbringing socially and/or sexually conservative, or you have a strict religious belief system, or you tend to attach emotionally to anyone with whom you are physically intimate (regardless of whether the other person reciprocates), then casual sex may well cause you to experience shame, depression, lowered self-esteem and the like.
Each person is an individual, with a unique life history and emotional makeup, so each person is likely to respond differently to casual sexual behavior. Two major advancements have come to pass over the recent 36 months in the field of sexology. Thus disproving the notion that females are naturally inclined for monogamy. ( 99.99% of people take the point of view that women are naturally fitted for monogamy more then men, which we now know is dead wrong!
If you find that you are questioning your sexual behavior (or lack thereof), perhaps the best guide is your own conscience. A) Human females want short term, commitment free sex just as much, or perhaps more then, males. ) The article does not mention these two earthshaking lessons.
Having an STD may weaken the immune system, leaving you more vulnerable to other infections.
Pelvic inflammatory disease (PID) is a complication of gonorrhea and chlamydia that can leave women unable to have children. If you pass an STD to your newborn child, the baby may suffer permanent harm or death. Bacterial STDs include chlamydia, gonorrhea, and syphilis.
By learning more about STDs, you can learn ways to protect yourself. You can also be infected with trichomoniasis through contact with damp or moist objects such as towels, wet clothing, or toilet seats, although it is more commonly spread by sexual contact.
You are at high risk if: HIV and herpes are chronic conditions that can be managed but not cured.
Hepatitis B also may become chronic but can be managed.