Dating after sex
This is great news, but it’s 2016, and we know waiting until marriage isn't always the reality. In an effort to explain why waiting a little longer before whipping out the goods is beneficial for a happy relationship, mathematician Robert Seymour and social scientist Peter Sozou conducted a study that showed dating for a while before having sex allows the male to prove to the female that he is “good,” which means that he is willing to care for the female and the offspring after mating.
It’s a universal truth that dating and sex is biologically and subconsciously centered around making babies, so whether babies are your end goal or not, it makes sense.
Because once you see sex as the only card you can play, he’ll notice that and then guess what?
Once he’s had sex with you he’ll feel like there’s nothing else to you.
Society says after three dates, your grandmother says after marriage, your penis says right now…but when’s the actual right time?
The reason is actually because denying him sex will give you a good indication of what his intentions are and how he sees you.
These stats are just from an online dating survey, but studies have shown that delaying intimacy really is one of the keys to a lasting and happy relationship.
For example, a study of over 2,000 married people revealed that the longer couples waited before having sex, the stronger their relationship turned out to be, with couples waiting until marriage rating their relationship stability and satisfaction an average of 20% higher than those who had sex early in their relationship.
Dear 4-Way, I recently went out with a man I met online.
We met for a drink first, and we hit it off, so we decided to extend our date and go to dinner too.