- We don’t really care what the haters think.
I think you’re damned if you do, damned if you don’t. So you might as well enjoy your life and just go with the flow. If he likes you already, he’ll still want to see you again. If he doesn’t call you because you didn’t hold yourself back from something you wanted to do, then he’s a judgy jerk who you probably shouldn’t want to spend your life with anyway.
- It can sometimes lead to relationships.
If it feels right and we’re both into it then sure, why not? I slept with my ex on the first date (we were young and he gave me a line about blue balls), and we were together five years. But if I heard the blue balls line now, I’d smack the dude.
- We might completely avoid S ex altogether…
If I actually really dig the dude, I try to wait just because I get emotionally attached when I come into contact with peen.
- …And we have pretty good reasons for it.
I do it and then feel sh*tty about it, only because dudes have conditioned me that way. Thanks for calling me back, you assh*les.
- Safety always comes first.
As long as everyone is safe and smart, with your expectations/emotions/grasp on reality in check (stuff everybody should be doing anyway), why not?
- In the end, we do what makes us happy.
I say as long as you both protect your heart, along with your standard safe-sex practices, it’s all good.
Overall, women seem to be down with having S ex on the first date and with men wanting to have S ex on the first date. Perhaps having S ex on the third date is now a thing of the past.
A lot of us can agree that maybe it’s a good idea to take the car for a test drive before a second date. Why waste our time on a broken-down clunker that could crap out at the next stop light?