Also, the guy you are dating is most likely dating other girls.
If those other girls are having sex with him and you aren’t, he might start paying more attention to the other girls. So…third date: That’s, say, three weeks of knowing someone. What do you know about a man and his intentions after such a short amount of time?
(FWIW, studies suggest that there’s good reason to get it on as soon as possible if you want to cash in on awesome honeymoon-phase sex.)Like we said, there’s no “right” time; deciding when you’re ready to have sex with someone is really a different-strokes-for-different-folks kind of thing.
You should not wait any longer, because the guy might start to lose interest in you or think that you are playing games and just using him for attention or for his money.
The end goal is to better understand men’s deeper, more latent needs; it is to mold yourself into what you think every man wants you to be.
I love conducting Q&A sessions on various topics with men as part of my “he-said/she-said” series; mostly because you get direct and honest access to how men think and feel. Locario, a no-nonsense dating and relationship coach who has been featured on Vh1, FUSE, The Dish Network, TLC, ABC Family, The Tyra Banks Show and Anderson Cooper.
Cheyenne, 24, Tennessee Relationship length: 5 years Waited: first date"We immediately clicked, and he had set up my perfect first date.
After months of talking leading up to the date, we'd already gotten to know each other well enough that the date was tailored just for me. Life's short, and that was still and always will be the best first date I ever had."Shelby, 20, Texas Relationship length: 1.5 years Waited: a little less than two weeks"We went on a few dates (after meeting on Tinder) and just really hit it off. I wish I was less nervous the first time we had sex.