First dates are awkward, they usually involve some kind of drink or meal that you'd rather not share with a stranger, and there's always that hesitant question at the forefront of both your minds, Are we going to have sex later? No doubts that first-date sex has become a topic of controversy, with many of us still believing in the shameful theory attached to it.
People want to get it on, and they're caring less and less about when it's so-called 'appropriate' to happen. Here are the top reasons which tells that it's perfectly fine to have sex on the first date itself.
Men usually don't think less of a woman who has sex on the first date. So, if you are willing to do it on the first date itself, nobody would be more supportive than the male partner.
Having sex on the first date actually benefits you and increases your chances of a second meeting.
If you don't have sex early on, the pressure to have it builds too greatly. Each subsequent date becomes a constant mind-game of "Should I keep waiting? He's taken me on three dates, should I just do it?"
If there's chemistry, there's chemistry, and from the guy's perspective, it doesn't really matter if we hook up on date one or date seven.
So don't be hesitant on the guy's behalf. Chances are he wants it just as badly as you do, and he isn't anticipating the act either.
Sexual compatibility is important part of a relationship. By having sex on the first date, you get to establish that special connection early on. And if it's enjoyable, it'll only increase your attraction to one another.
Even if you eventually find out you hate this person, at least you haven't wasted your time. Stop stressing about how it appears and look on the brightside, you're getting it in.