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We're at a point where dating has become a very loose term. It could mean you're going out for meals in public, or you could just be two Millennials, f*cking and texting. So, what do you do when you want sex, but you don't want feelings?If I've learned anything about casual sex, it's that no one really knows what it means. My conflict throughout the past few years has been trying to figure out how to find the balance of being single and independent (basically just living my life, according to Queen Bey), while not reducing myself to just a "booty call."While I know many women who are the ones who do the booty calling, it was not for me.But, just because a guy is sending you kiss face emoji and is telling you how great he thinks you are does not mean he has any intention of pursuing a relationship with you.Sex creates an illusion of a relationship, but it does not lay the foundation for one.But, this doesn't mean you have to stop living your lives and enter a serious, long-term, monogamous relationship. Before you can figure out what you want, stop calling it what it isn't.We are a generation that simply refuses to admit when we have feelings for someone.Over time, the term "Buddy Chat" has been phased out in lieu of the more modern and popular term, Group Chat, which refers to the functionality that allows you to chat with more than one person at a time.
It's not a coincidence that the guys with whom I've had the best sex are the ones I also like as people. When casual sex starts to turn into "friends with benefits," or anything in that category, it's great for a short period of time, but it has an expiration date.If someone isn't ready to let you in, it's not happening. I have pushed someone away who I truly had strong feelings for; I have also had the same done to me. This is not always the case, but in my experience, when you have sex with someone too quickly, all logic and judgment goes out the window.You both get caught up in the excitement and the endorphins, and all of a sudden, you think you know someone because you've been "f*cking and texting" for three weeks straight. You just think you know the idea you've created of this person. And, it may make you think you have “so much in common,” or that you have a good sense of who this person is.When someone is inconsistent, it means he or she either doesn't know what he or she wants, or he or she does know what he or she wants and doesn't know how to communicate that to you.Or perhaps, he or she just has multiple personalities. You have to be comfortable with knowing that sometimes, you just won't get a direct answer or ever really know why things went wrong.