Casual Sex Project

The Casual Sex Project Wants to Hear How You Hit It

Recent studies have determined that casual sex is actually good for you, so you should totally go out and do it. Afterwards, submit your story to New York University professor Dr. Zhana Vrangalova’s Casual Sex Project, a collaborative effort designed to share true stories of casual sex experiences or hookups of all kinds. Vrangalova, who worked on the study which reported higher well-being after having casual sex compared to not having sex, started the project to illuminate the existence of casual sex outside of college students.  The Casual Sex Project highlights stories of all kinds, regardless of age, gender, race/ethnicity, sexual orientation, gender identity, and religious affiliation.

Make sure to check out some of the appropriately-titled submissions so far, which include My Vagina’s Maiden Voyage, It Isn’t Cheating If You Change the Rules, and Nurse Fucked Me For $50.

Check the website, and read an interview with Vrangalova here.

[h/t Dazed]

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