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The digital age has revolutionized casual encounters. Online singles communities like Badults have created unique environments where like-minded people can come together and find exactly what they are looking for, no matter how specific their desires. Nowadays, former hotspots like sexshops smoky barrooms located off the beaten track have been replaced by chatrooms accessible from your bedroom via your computer. Instead of a few options to choose from, there are thousands of potential partners for casual encounters available.
Instead of a rushed conversation that takes place over the noise of music and chatter, you can communicate in writing or get things a little more personal straightaway with a webcam interaction. The ease with which people can now pursue a sexual lifestyle built around enjoying a casual encounter has led to an explosion in the number of people who choose to do so.
The Internet has broken down sexual barriers and taboos and instigated a new sexual revolution. Gay or lesbian sex is possible as often as You want it. And, thanks to this revolution, we are now starting to see just how beneficial a causal encounter can really be.
When most people think of the benefits of casual encounters, the first thought that springs to mind is likely 'damn good sex! However, it may surprise people to learn that, as data on the effects of casual encounters is gathered in increasing quantities, researchers have started to reveal more and more about different kinds of ways in which casual encounters can actually have a positive influence on your life and health, with both short and long term benefits.
One of the most surprising effects of casual encounters are its psychological effects. We all know how passionate free sex can be a mood elevator, releasing a delicious cocktail of chemicals in the brain that can create happiness, increase self-esteem and by extension, create physical benefits in the body as well. However, new research by the journal Social Psychology and Personality Science has revealed that the psychological benefits for certain individuals can be even more far reaching, as casual encounters enables them to live in an 'authentic' way.