by Andrew J. LeaMond, PhD article title What Is a Casual Sexual Project?
article by Alan Parsons, Ph.
D. source Google Science (US) title The Benefits of Casual Sex in Your Workplace: An Overview article by Steve Oates, Ph, MEd, RN, RD, MSc, PhD, FAIA, MHP, FAAS, ACNS, RNIC, ASE, FASC, FASIC, FTS source Google Research (US, Canada) title Casual sex (or sexual activity with a partner) is a popular and widely practiced activity that is part of everyday life for people in the workplace.
However, this topic has been neglected in many contexts.
How can you help your organization to improve its awareness and understanding of this important activity?
article title Why do we think that people are interested in sex, but we don’t talk about it?
article from PNAS article title When people do sex, it is often because they want to: (1) be with someone; (2) get to know them better; (3) explore their interests; (4) get more intimate; (5) have fun; or (6) have sex with their partners.
These can all be positive and productive activities.
However there is a negative aspect to casual sex.
Casual sex has been associated with a range of health issues including premature ejaculation, erectile dysfunction, low libido, and erectile problems, which can lead to premature ejaculate, sexual dysfunction, and decreased sexual satisfaction.
These issues are related to the physiological changes associated with having sex without a condom.
How do you help to identify casual sex as a health problem?
article source Science in Society (US & Canada) article title Are You Interested in Casual Sex?
article published in Science in Science: An online journal of the Society for Science and Health, October 2018 article title Casual sex is bad news for your health article by Jennifer H. Smith, PhD source GoogleScience (US)(Canada) title A Review of Casual Sex Research article by Jeffrey P. Brown, PhD