Leslye Headland's new raunchy rom-com, Sleeping With Other People, will be available on DVD on February 22. In the spirit of the film, Female First wanted to give you the permission to have Sex with your Ex this Valentine's Day weekend! After all, a recent study by Love Honey revealed that over 25% of people have had sex with their Ex. Check out the reasons why:

Sleeping with Other People

Sleeping with Other People

1) You've done it before

Skip the awkward 'first meet'. You've been there. Done that. You're familiar with each other's needs and wants. Now it's all just fun and games.

2) Not technically a Walk of Shame

It's not a Walk of Shame when you've been down that road before. You know your way. Grab an Über and some breakfast on your way home.

3) No time for a relationship

A relationship is not on the cards for you right now. Make your intentions clear - you are not planning on rekindling the past. Friends, with a side of benefits, never hurt anyone.

4) It strokes the Ego

That's right. You are still desirable! Who doesn't like a bit of attention? Hooking up with your ex is a nice reminder that you've still got it.

5) Not ready to raise your number

Feeling like the number of people you've slept with is getting a tad high? Have no fear. Sleeping with your ex keeps that number...well…the same.

6) No one wants to be alone on V-Day

Why be alone when you don't have to? It's Valentines Day, after all. Flowers, date nights and unfortunate stuffed animals will be circulating. Why not take some for yourself?

7) It's Hot

Let's face it. Sex with an Ex can be really hot - especially around Valentine's Day. Grab your best outfit. Consume alcohol. And be left sexually satisfied. Enjoy!

Sleeping With Other People, starring Jason Sudeikis and Alison Brie will be available on DVD on February 22.

UK Trailer:

Synopsis: Jake ( SUDEIKIS) and Lainey ( BRIE) lose their virginity to each other in college. When their paths cross twelve years later in New York City, they realise they both have become serial cheaters. Bonding over their chronic commitment issues, they form a platonic friendship to support each other in their quests for healthy romantic relationships.