The idea of having roommates makes total sense when you consider the concept of splitting costs and chores and satisfying the need for human interaction. However, it certainly can make some aspects of life tricky. First, you gotta get to know your roommates , at least a little bit. Then you have to stop being polite and start being real. Yes, I just quoted The Real World. Part of being real includes getting laid. And clearly, there's rules to having sex when you have roommates.
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I live in an apartment with two guys. I share one wall with one of them, and another wall with the other. I have heard sex exactly one time, at around three in the morning — a sort of frantic, animal panting sound that quickly turned into rapid-fire cries of pleasure. The whole thing lasted no more than 10 seconds; I guess she was climaxing. It had woken me up, and as I lay there afterward I felt troubled. Our place was on the fifth floor so I could see into four stories of apartments in the adjacent building.
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You go back to your place ready for some QT in front of the TV, but are instead greeted by your roommate in their PJs and glasses. A recent report found that in , nearly twice as many people ages 18 to 34 were living with non-familial adults than did in A whopping 18 percent of us cohabitate with another unrelated adult, i. And with these shared territories come rules, including those for bringing an S.
While shared living comes with many joys, like impromptu kitchen dance parties and split utilities bills, the times you can't help but hear your roommate having sex may make you want to jump into a lake. When you share space with others, you inevitably have to compromise from time to time. But living with others also means finding a balance to make sure everyone feels good and safe in the home, dorm, apartment, castle or whatever other housing structure you share. And if you can hear your roommate having sex literally every time and it makes you feel a little uncomfortable, you're totally allowed to let them know. Everyone has the right to eat, sleep, and have sex! If your roomie has a new boo that's always over, or if they like to frequently get it on with new people, overhearing some more intimate noises, especially when you're trying to sleep, can be a total bummer. But according to Dr.