Which sex is more open to casual sex?

If you’d asked this question 50 years ago, the answer would obviously be men. 


Women have traditionally been housewives who serve men and the household. And any woman who acted differently was considered to be not a good woman.

However, times have changed, and no longer do we live in the cultural stone age. 

Sorry to tell you this, fellas’ but women like sex just as much as you do, and it doesn’t make them bad people.

Women no longer feel the shame of having casual sex and are less inclined to take any notice of people judging them for fulfilling their sexual needs.

Arguably, casual sex became normalised in the 1960s with the advancement of birth control. However, during that time, the social stigma was still quite strong, and many people believed that sex was reserved for the marriage bed.

It wasn’t until around the 1980s that casual sex became popular with both sexes. And fast forward to 2021, in the age of dating apps gender equality, casual sex amongst men and women has never been more popular. In fact, casual sex of any type is hugely popular – regardless of sex and gender.

It is estimated that an average of 80% of adults between the age of 18 and 34 have had casual sex through the use of dating apps. 
Casual sex is sex for the sake of sex. it doesn’t require a marriage certificate or the signing of a legal document. In some cases, it doesn’t even need the exchange of names!

Casual sex is not for everyone, so don’t feel bad if you’ve never experienced it or plan to try it. However, if you don’t mind getting your kit off with a stranger every so often, it’s nothing to be ashamed of! 

But remember, be safe and wear protection!