Know The Rules Before You Play The Game: 14 Rules Of Hooking Up

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April 22, 2013 ‐ By Ashley Page
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So you’ve been getting vibes from this one guy all night, and you’re definitely feeling him. You know you’re not looking for a relationship but at the same time you kind of want to make this guy yours, just for the night. Sometimes hooking up just happens, right? We all get that urge to get some and to have some fun between the sheets, especially when we’re single. Hooking up is supposed to be fun, but most importantly safe, so there are definitely some rules that need to be followed. Here are 14 dos and don’ts when it comes to hooking up with someone.

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  • Tati

    I have never been a hook up person and never will. If it is not a relationship, I don’t want it. I love me too much to be doing risky stuff like that.

  • mac

    I can’t even begin to get into how irresponsible this article is.

    In a time where Black women are the most at risk for HIV than any other demographic, and out of wedlock pregnancy is at an all time high, a site that’s masquerading as a “sophisticated lifestyle publication” for empowering Black women is encouraging casual s*x with practical strangers and promiscuity.

    Shame on all of you. My days on this site are numbered. I refuse to give this site hits and revenue for writing trash like this.

    • AncientSpiritNewDay

      Exactly!!! These ‘how to be a professional booty call’ threads are getting way too old, and really disgusting. I wish more women were made aware of the spiritual, mental, and emotional adverse effects of casual sex. *deep sigh* smh

    • Ladybug94

      I thought I was the only one who had my fill of this muck.

  • mac

    I can’t even begin to get into how irresponsible this article is.
    In a time when Black women are at the most risk for HIV than any other demographic, and out of wedlock pregnancy is at an all time high, a site that’s masquerading as a “sophisticated lifestyle publication” for empowering Black women is promoting casual sex and promiscuity.

    Shame on all of you. My days on this site are numbered. I refuse to give this site hits and revenue for writing trash like this.

  • Mike Smith

    What makes the writer an expert on hook-ups? It’s dangerous for a young lady,now adays unless shes into prostitution.. to decide that shes ready to have sex with a total stranger,because he looks ‘cute’. He may be measuring you up for a very large trunk. Men do this all the time because they can handle themselves.