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Post-coitus, even if contact information is exchanged, there’s no expectation to connect.
The other categories have their definitions built into their name, and it isn’t inadvertent, Wentland suggests.
You wouldn’t text your friend the same way you’d reach out to a booty call, the study subjects said. Alcohol might have been the catalyst for your first friends-with-benefits encounter with your partner.READ MORE: Having sex is all about quality, not quantity, says Canadian study After your arrangement ends, you might try to retain a friendship, but Wentland says there isn’t much research on whether that transition happens successfully.(Wentland says her paper is the first to identify the differences between these last two categories.And there is still no published research on when sex happens in a new relationship and how its appearance affects the relationship’s trajectory.)In her third installment of research, Wentland is looking at the mechanics of each arrangement.These factors aren’t a concern when courting a match exclusively for the bedroom.For her next steps, Wentland’s looking at online dating applications, such as Tinder, Grindr and e Harmony, to better understand how people are capitalizing on short-term relationships.