There's no "right" or "wrong" thing to do -- sex on the first date is really a different-strokes-for-different-folks kind of thing. I think it would ruin my chances with her. We're embarking on a new kind of relationship and with it, a newer type of woman. But there is one caveat: He's more likely to withhold information on you and your sex life from his friends because he doesn't want too many people involved in case he messes it up. We're not very specific with what we reveal and are a bit caveman-esque in our description. Also, if you go out with someone and they ask you if you would like to come inside, does it automatically mean that they want to have sex? What will she say to her friends about dating me? I would say sex on the first date depends on a lot of factors. June 27, How soon is too soon?
5 thoughts on “Sex on the first date what guys think”
You go for it when you're comfortable, and guys — be a gentleman and leave slut-shaming at the door. But it was delightful.
The first date is not enough time to talk about any past sexual history that may have resulted in diseases, diseases that I might be able to catch.
This applies to cheeseburgers. Relax and they will come naturally.
This applies to sex. I firmly believe that, as long as you practice safe sex, an individual should feel free to have sex with whomever they choose on whatever 'date' number it is.
Trying to form that bond after spending a few hours with someone is impossible.