If a guy and girl get drunk together does it always lead to sex?

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Most Helpful Girls

  • No.


    Last time I got drunk with a guy and he wanted sex, I drunkenly kicked his ass for not taking no for an answer.


    I was blacked out, I heard this story from him the next day when I asked him why his face was all swollen.


    He apologized for getting sexually aggressive, I apologized for making his face swollen.


    It never happened again.

    • Kissing someones ass seems like a sexual activity lol. And why the swollen face? Did you punch him?

    • He said I punched him twice before leaving and that I turned around and kicked him in the crotch when he tried to follow me…. sounds like something I would do.

    • So just cuz a girl invites me to hang out and we both get smashed, doesn't imply she was wanting to have sex

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  • I think it depends on the relationship the two actually share

Most Helpful Guys

  • Not unless there are unresolved feelings between the two of you or an attraction. Alcohol is a truth serum and can get people to admit things they normally wouldn't and have them do things they normally wouldn't.

    • That's a longstanding myth, alcohol merely lowers the inhibition but doesn't *make* people say or do things they normally wouldn't. If people said some things, they probably already wanted to.

    • @HSalenko agree. I only drink on occasion. A few shots of whiskey and I've been pretty out of it, some things are funnier. Im slower to move or respond of course, but im still cognizant of my actions. It doesn't make me do anything I wouldn't normally do.

    • For some people it can be. I’ve experienced it. So I will make the correction “for some people it can be”. It’s not a myth.

  • Nope. In fact, most of the time, it doesn't lead to sex.

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  • If you get a certain level of drunk then besides performance issues, you both may just fall asleep instead.

    • True. Alcohol for me raises my heart rate and i become mostly anxious. I've been drunk, or at least very buzzed, around girls I like and sex is far from my mind. So why do movies and media suggest that a guy and girl drinking together leads to them waking up in bed and not remembering what happened?

    • Because it's interesting and adds mystery and tension; the truth is stranger than fiction, but it's also a lot more dull and mundane if that makes sense. Crazy things usually don't happen in a sequence in real life like they do on film, and when they do it hits harder and with a lot less pizazz. A guy and a girl who don't know if they had sex or not or how adds entertainment value and makes the audience wonder what, if anything they did. It's funny, it's tense, tragic, or sad if the pair in question already has romantic partners, etc. Sometimes people do have sex plastered and don't remember, but that's not the case half the time. Introducing that in entertainment takes us away from the ordinary, which is why we watch it.

  • Of course not.

  • No not always

  • No, if they get really drunk, it often leads to sleep, not sex.

  • No, but you might grow closer together.

  • No sometimes the girl passes out just as you start getting her clothes off.

  • It can at times but mostly nope

  • No it doesn’t

  • not always

  • Hopefully, but NOT necessarily!

  • almost always

    • you're the only affirmative response to this. It hasn't for me personally. I can't even get in the mood when buzzed. So i am confused if im drinking with a girl one in one if sex was her intent. I do really like her and i sense she likes me too, but neither of us made any effort.

  • No sometimes they fight too