So I guess over time it would make sense that your sex life would start dwindling. Didn’t a study come out that said that smartphone users have more sex than those people without smartphones? So which is it: are smartphone users having more or less sex than other people? These constant sex/technology studies are really messing with my brain, guys. It will almost definitely help you get more sleep and maybe it will even make your sex life a little more interesting.Here’s what I’m going to take from this recent research: we should probably stop using our phones, tablets or laptops right before we go to bed. Just yesterday I went to bed two hours later than normal because I found myself stuck on Pinterest, scrolling through endless pins, all while wondering why I wasn’t sleeping yet. Do you go on your phone, laptop or tablet before bed? Are you going to try to take a bedtime technology break? You shoot him a text, letting him know you had a fun night. Two days later, you’re debating whether to write off that apparently perfect person you met on Saturday night, or to pitifully send another text because, maybe, the message didn’t send. We spend our rent money on plane tickets, and we are always searching for something more. We are the generation of laissez-faire souls who thrive off meaningless sex with good-looking people.According to the story she entered one day to find him butt ass naked on his couch watching highlights of himself and bumping his chest with his fist saying "YEAH JEETS, YEAH JEETS". Only because one of my friends claims he knew a girl that went back to Derek Jeter's place one night and proceeded to go down on him.
“Wade provides constructive strategies to address how campus sex practices can be humanized, and undertaken with greater respect and empathy.” (Alli Joseph - Salon)“A myth-busting, eye-popping, and important work of social research.Lisa Wade spent years observing hookup culture on college campuses across the United States and analyzing all the good data available.That opinion will likely grow louder later this week and into the weekend as people grow even more fatigued by the Jeter love-fest and its conclusion.But one thing even the harshest Jeter cynic would have to admit is that the soon-to-be-retired Yankees shortstop was, on the surface, one of the more humble famous athletes in North American sports history.Are young women taking on a traditional ‘male’ view of sex? She is an accomplished scholar and award-winning teacher with degrees in philosophy, human sexuality, and sociology. We are by no means “put together.” We have no idea where we are going, what we want or what we are going to do when we get there. I'm not talking about the rules your parents made for you when you were 15 and screaming at your mom to let you sleepover at your boyfriend's house.But a new study says that because we spend so much extra time on our various electronic devices, we’re going to bed up to 90 minutes later than we would if we didn’t have these distractions.Going to bed later means you’re more tired, which means you’re probably less likely to get down and dirty.This is an extraordinary and important book.” (Rosalind Wiseman, author of Queen Bees and Wannabees)“In this fascinating book, Wade shines the bright light of sociology and feminism onto American college sexual culture, exploring both its positive and its bleakest aspects.An intelligent, sympathetic, and unflinching analysis of hookup culture, interweaved with intimate narratives from those living in it.” (Cordelia Fine, author of Delusions of Gender)“An urgently needed and well-researched front-line report on ‘hookup culture.’ … Read it and pass the word.” (Arlie Hochschild, author of The Time Bind)“[P]rovides an engaging, thought-provoking, and accessible examination of current social behaviors.” (Booklist, starred review)“An eye-opening, conversation-starting examination of sex on the American college campus.” (Kirkus Reviews) Lisa Wade, Ph D, is a professor at Occidental College.In its pages, you will find incredible insights tying together the history of college campuses, human brain development, and cultural shifts on gender norms to explain how young people conduct their sexual relationships.Working with young people myself, I see what Lisa Wade describes every day.So following the so-called rules, including listening to my friends when they tell me not to text someone, has not been my forte. Every group of 20-somethings will tell you something different, but from my research, these are the most common rules of dating and sex: You must not date anyone younger than you, or anyone who is “too old” for you.