The downfall to all the hook-up.Sex On The First Date: Yes, No, Maybe?

First-date sex is becoming more commonplace in society, especially among college youth, where the “hook-up” culture is prevalent.

The downfall to all the hook-up fun, though, is skipping over a valuable lesson: forming a relationship.

College dating is a dinosaur and those kids have no idea how to initiate, form, or be in a relationship. This is also true of people of all ages.

Adults sleep together on the second or third date (or even the first date) and then wonder why the relationship did not work out long-term.

Due to this hook-up culture, guys don’t know what they want until they’re much older.

This leads to mixed messages for both women and men. While society has become more accepting of women having sex on the first date, it’s not accepting of women who are serious about relationships having sex on the first date.

If a woman is serious about relationships, she should consider the role of intimacy when forming one.

On the other side of the pond, Sasha Daygame, an international dating coach and author of Daygame: How To Meet And Attract Beautiful Women In Everyday Situations, believes if there’s chemistry, there is chemistry. Women have sex for pleasure just like men, and there is nothing wrong with that.

It’s much better for two people to sleep with each other as soon as they are both comfortable and have established mutual attraction. Not on the basis of a social convention, rule, or fear of being labeled ‘easy’ or otherwise.

Women don’t have to hold out for marriage, but waiting to get to know someone first is not because of an antiquated belief system; it’s to protect the heart and mind to make sure you’re in the right place.

Advice: Try people on the way you find an outfit to find the right fit.

The downfall to all the hook-up.Sex On The First Date: Yes, No, Maybe?

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