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6% saying they will have at least one one-night stand a month.
A number of broad categories emerged from the interviews, including those related to the behavior setting in which the one-night stand unfolded, shared themes across gender, and themes unique to males and females.
Diary of a One-Night Stand is published by World Castle Publishing and is available at booksellers everywhere.
Yet according to Professor Anne Campbell of Durham University in the UK, the negative feelings reported by women after one-night stands suggest that they are not well adapted to fleeting sexual encounters.
Don't be fooled into thinking that a one-night stand leads to everlasting love, warns San-Francisco-area psychologist Julia Hare, author of How to Find and Keep a Black Man Working.
Love and leave 'emMORE than six out of 10 men and nearly four out of 10 women admit they've had one-night stands.
Mrs Sarah Lond, who was single at the time of the one-night stand, said her senior officers at Bitterne, Southampton, had compiled reports on her relationship with colleague Mr Justin Browne and gossiped about her sex life after he initially denied it had happened.
And I'm afraid to say that despite what she said at the time, the truth probably is that it'll only ever be a one-night stand for her.
Washington, Apr 24 ( ANI ): A new study suggests that women who were more inclined to have one-night stands had wider hips.
Sex in a long-term relationship is different to a one-night stand.
I shouldn't have done a one-night stand and then left her, but I'm no rapist.
It's this comedic whiplash that makes Confetti one to leave at the theatrical altar, but you might consider a DVD one-night stand in a few months.