In a world where Tinder has infiltrated the dating scene on college campuses and beyond, it's no wonder that hookup culture has made its way into popular music. Hookup culture is a purposefully vague term, and can range from anything from a kiss to a one-night-stand to a friends with benefits type of relationship; in other words, it's solely focused on physical intimacy in lieu of an emotional relationship or any sort of long-term commitment. Here are 11 songs that speak of the complicated scenarios that often come with supposed emotionless physical relations. This heartbreaking song is about a woman who has been sexually abused and engages in a lot of noncommittal sexual relations she isn't satisfied with, and tries to make sense of them by writing about her experiences. Almost anything by The Weeknd Abel Tesfaye is going to be about hookups and drugs, but this song is one of the biggest offenders. It's about an intense one night stand with a whole lot of women.
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FlourishAnyway believes there is a playlist for just about any situation and is on a mission to unite and entertain the world through song. Make a playlist about casual sexual relationships, and be careful out there. Your parents may deny it, and your preacher may frown, but as much as today's entertainment and media tend to portray them as a modern cultural phenomenon, hookups have always been popular. Casual sexual encounters are.
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I was mortified when I heard that song as an adult and realized it was about a boner. Little did I know she was actually being very sexual. One day it just kinda clicked in my brain when I was blaring it in my room? The whole pocket full of Trojans, horses ran free, jockeys who were there before me - I just thought she had race horses.
With the exception of quickies and spontaneous hookups, you absolutely need a banging playlist to have readily available as soon as the moment calls for some sexy time. Like, if you want to have slower, more passionate sex with your partner, all you have to do is pick a playlist with slower tempos. Bottom line: Regardless of what genre or tempo you and your partner decide on, music is a game changer and should absolutely be utilized the same way condoms , lube , and other sex toys are in the bedroom. Consider it a "sexcessory" if you will. So if you have zero idea where to start, don't worry, we've done some digging and curated a list of the best songs to have on in the background while doing the dirty.