Let’s begin with the lightning round: Where do they go to bathroom? “That’s the biggest question I get,” says Ballestero. “It’s really not a sexual experience.” “That’s one of the biggest questions I get,”laughs Osorio.
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Here at PEOPLE, we feel like it’s our public duty to answer some of these burning questions. To help us out, PEOPLE asked this season’s participants Alyssa Ballestero and Stacey Lee Osorio to weigh in on these (sometimes very delicate) questions. Everyone is dirty and tired; it doesn’t really happen.” “You have no libido out there at all,” adds Osorio.
Turns out that no-strings-attached sexy times are good for you, so don’t let the haters stop you from doin’ your thang.
A recent study conducted by researchers from NYU and Cornell dispels the popular notion that casual hookups — defined as sexual activity outside the context of a romantic relationship — will leave you with low self-esteem and depression.
“But they understood that this is not a sexualized experience,” she continues. So I made sure they understood that it was a survival situation where I was being pushed to my limits.
They were okay with that.” “People ask my fiancé if he’s worried,” says Ballestero.
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The research, published in the journal , involved a group of NYU students who kept a weekly diary over the course of 12 weeks documenting any and all adult snuggles — and the effect those instances had on their overall well-being.
Sociosexually unrestricted students reported higher well-being after having casual sex compared to not having sex, the researchers found.
If you do not want to have casual sex, you shouldn’t.