Consent can be withdrawn at any time just by swiping. If one of the people involved breaches the contract, app users can trigger cease and desist letters and enforce penalty payments.According to makers, whether the contract will hold up in court depends on the country in which you live.It looks like we may be waving goodbye to hook-up culture after all.Research indicates that a large majority of young people are not hooking up frequently, and our research suggests that about 85% of young people prefer other options to hooking up, such as spending time with friends or having sex in a serious relationship.According to a new report by dating site Ok Cupid, 33 percent more people are looking for a one-night stand in June than during any other month of the year.The results, compiled from a survey of over 18 million members between 20, suggest a 17 percent increase in people’s interest for a one-night stand in April, May and June, with June being the most popular month for a fling.Some relationship experts, like Laura Bilotta of Single in the City, says it has the potential to take the magic out of dating.“Part of the lure of dating is the mystery and the excitement of the unknown,” Bilotta says. I don’t really think this app will fly.”Others, like Chantal Heide of Canada’s Dating Coach, thinks it’s a good idea.“My initial thought when I saw this was ‘Yes! “There are far too many instances of confused men and upset women, because sexually charged situations were not dealt with properly.”READ MORE: Dating multiple people at once is the norm – here’s how to do it right Sharing boundaries and preferences is more efficient, Heide adds, while the legal protections in place help someone think twice about doing something damaging towards the other partner. “We enter into sexual agreements with our words, body language, sounds, facial expressions, gestures and movements.
“Sex should be fun and safe, but nowadays a lot of things can go wrong,” the website says.Could signing a contract before a sexual encounter be the new normal in the future?And if so, what does that mean for the future of dating and relationships in general? Jess Podcast and a relationship expert, however, sees the good something like this could do, but admits that she doesn’t think it will appeal to most people.“Every sexual encounter should involve a contract – whether it’s verbal, visual, written and/or legally binding,” she says.So why is summer the ideal time for a casual hookup?