When you only sleep with someone once, or even for just a few weeks, you never really have to know how sex might evolve or change with that person. When sex isn’t injected with love and commitment yet and hasn’t been weathered by the passing of time, you only know it as spontaneous, new and exciting. When you’re with someone for a while, it’s very difficult for sex to be any of those things. But relationship sex has its own appealing attributes. There’s a level of comfort you get from relationship sex that you just can’t get from casual sex and a level of excitement you get from casual sex you just can’t get from relationship sex. Here are the key differences between casual sex and relationship sex—they’re not bad or good, they’re just hilariously true.
Casual: Hot scheduling
Here’s an example of scheduling sex in a way that is hot: “You. Me. In the closet. Your underwear on the floor. Ten minutes.” It’s not so much about scheduling as it is having what you want when you want it.