Thanks to a lot of poodle skirts and antiquated ideas about dating, first-date sex has become a topic of controversy, with many of us still believing in the shameful stigma attached to it. So, Sex on the First Date Why is Okay?
Sex is important for the proper functioning of both male and female body and mind. In case you are a rare guest on a date, and your sexual relations are limited to self-satisfaction, sex on the first date doesn’t seem to be such a bad idea. Getting an emotional and physical discharge, you kill two birds with one shot.
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Sex should not be viewed as an exchange of goods, whereby women give it as a “down payment” on a relationship and men receive it as a “thank you” for taking her out to dinner. And having sex on the first date shouldn’t negatively impact your chances of a long-term relationship.
Adventures are always great so why don’t you have a sexual adventure? Getting in bed with a new and practically unknown person, you get a real charge of energy and adrenalin: a new partner – new emotions (hopefully positive). And even if he or she turns out to be a complete failure in bed, you may at least be satisfied with the fact that you haven’t wasted much of your time for this person.
We’ve done the research and here it is, straight-up: There’s nothing wrong with having sex on the first date. We’re not going to think less of you or judge you. We’re not going to slut-shame you. And you shouldn’t feel apologetic or guilty.