Asian women hookup
That’s because hook-ups can mean anything from kissing to sexual touching, from oral sex to sexual intercourse.
It can be in the form of one-night stands—that girl from the club, casual sex with no strings attached—that guy from Tinder, or as friends with benefits—that text you just got.
You swipe right on Tinder and meet a guy for the infamous “Tinder date.” You get a text from that friend you just started meeting up with over the summer. According to a study by the Kinsey Institute for Research in Sex, Gender, and Reproduction, 60 to 80 per cent of students in North America say they’ve had an experience “hooking up” with someone.
Hooking up, by definition, is engaging in “any sexual behaviour in a seemingly uncommitted context,” though there is some confusion between generations as to what “hooking up” refers to.
I interviewed some friends, most of whom wished to remain anonymous, about their experiences in heterosexual hookups to gain some insight as to how these norms affect different people.
“These ideas ignore people who don’t enjoy sex for a variety of reasons, including asexuality [and] trauma, and assume sex has to be penetrative, for example, or [has to] engage with certain body parts over others, or values genital contact over other kinds of sexual and physical intimacy,” said a friend, Lucie.
So since I have experience with Asian girls of all kinds, I thought it would be appropriate to write up a post on how to have sex with Asian girls in general – both in the West and in Asia – and what to expect when trying to take them to bed.