7-out-of-10 university babes admit to casual sex romps! Alexis Ford says…
GIRL students average three one-night stands while at university, according to new research.
Seven out of ten women admitted having a casual hook-up while they were studying.
And most enjoyed this casual sex – with 86 per cent saying it was a positive experience. Half those polled said they loved casual sex – describing it as a “very” positive experience.
But the survey found that women viewed one-night stands in different ways.
Four out of ten reckoned a one-night stand MUST involve sexual intercourse.
A further 16% reckoned it still counted as a onenight stand if it involved groping but no oral sex or intercourse.
And 11% still thought it was a one-night stand if there was oral sex but no intercourse.
The findings come from polling 13,484 students in the Sociological Review, which analyses human behaviour.
It also looked at how consistently female students had orgasms during full sex.
Just 11% of the female students polled said they always orgasmed on their first night of sex with a new partner.
A further 16% said they would orgasm the first or second time they slept with someone.
A third (34%) will have had an orgasm if they slept with someone three or more times.
But the female students polled said the best way to achieve regular orgasms was by being in a settled relationship.
Two-thirds (67%) said they regularly orgasmed when they are with a long-term boyfriend.
Around eight of ten customers at sex toy firm Lovehoney have experienced one-night stands. And sex expert
who has her own range of sex toys with Lovehoney, said one-night stands can be a great way of enjoying sex. She said: “I am often surprised by the shock poured on the idea of a woman enjoying a one-night stand.
“It is one of the subjects on which women and men are still judged by a starkly different set of criteria.
“Slag, slut, easy – all words used exclusively to describe women who ‘ sleep around’. But where is the male equivalent? “This language shows that women are still being derided for engaging in behaviour that – were a man to act the same way – would be accepted and often encouraged.
“I, like Sex and the City character Samantha Jones, am a big ambassador of the onenight stand – with just one rule, that it is taken for exactly what it is.
“For me, they were thrilling, intoxicating and confidence-building encounters which rebuilt my shattered confidence after a painful break-up.
“They didn’t need to be more than what they were in that moment.
“Sex is fun and if you are playing it safe and engaging in it for your own satisfaction, then go right ahead.
“Of course it’s lovely to assume every man you encounter will fall in love with you, but as a singleton you should be happy to try men on for size – and vice versa.
“While your fantasies as midnight approached may have had you skipping down the aisle, the morning after can bring a dawning that this should be a pleasing moment in time to be savoured just for what it is.
“I guarantee that when you’re looking back on your frivolous days of frolicking, these experiences will prove some of the most thrilling of your life – as long as you can roll with it and relish it for what it is.” MY first one-night stand was a few years ago – and to be honest I regretted it afterwards.
But not because I don’t agree with it – just because the sex was crap!
“I think me and the bloke were really nervous, but since then I’ve grown up a lot and have far more confidence in myself.
And now I have that, I find it easier to spot in other people, too, so I make better choices.
“Girls shouldn’t get hung up on one-night stands. Everyone does it – just go out, be safe and enjoy yourselves.