In my experience, they’re willing to wait.” Chris, 25It depends…: “I hate rules. I’ve had sex on the first date and I’ve dated for months without even coming close and I don’t think either approach has really impacted my relationships.” Greig, 29Lucky Number 7: “I guess I’m not really an active dater anymore since we moved in together last month, but I made lots of mistakes in past relationships including having sex too early. This time I waited seven dates and it seems to be working out!” Sharleen, 32I wait until the kiss is perfect: “Sex can be awkward, so I think you have to be totally comfortable kissing before jumping into bed.
For some people, hopping in the sack on the first date is common practice while others opt to wait for weeks, months or even until marriage.
To me, mastering the kiss and make-out session is a sign we’re ready to sleep together.” Jo, 23I wait until the nerves subside: “If we’re still in the dating phase that involves being worried about when (and if) the other will call or text back, I know we’re not ready.
: “If I’m attracted to him, I don’t wait more than a few dates.
You might think I should wait longer, but sex is important to me, so I don’t want to hold out only to find out that we’re not compatible. ” Trina, 37I wait until I know I’m the only one: “Call me old fashioned, but I’m not in this for the hook-up.
Having sex with a new partner is a considerable dating milestone and there are few moments as significant in terms of excitement and intrigue.However, answering one simple question may help to steer you in the right direction: Do you want to have sex with this person?