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Some have worked out well, others have been a disaster, but overall I think they are cool. ' she says.'My generation of smart, university-educated women believe that we can treat sex just the same as men do - purely casually. According to recent polls, 53 per cent of Britons indulge in one-night stands and in one survey 75 per cent of people said it was acceptable to sleep with a partner on the first date.
Analysing the responses of 1,743 men and women who responded anonymously to an online survey - admitting to one-night stands - she found that 58 per cent of women, compared with only 23 per cent of men, regretted their fleeting, casual encounters with the opposite sex.
These days I just can't seem to say what I mean I just can't.
Every time I try to say something,it misses the point.
'I know people will think I'm old-fashioned, but I think it's astounding that you can meet a man in a club, have a few drinks and then he thinks that you will jump in a cab, go back to his flat and have sex with him. 'I think if more women felt like me and restricted their behaviour, they would be much happier in the long run.
Women are different from men - to me, sex means emotional involvement, that is the way we are programmed.'Communications executive Lisa Ventham, 33, from South London has just come out of a seven-year relationship and has been shocked to find how much women's attitudes towards sex have changed in that time.