Sex is ususally a tricky subject matter during dating. You cannot escape from it as dating and sex is interconnected.
Even couples whose religious values are stoic and clearly points out that sex should only be for married couples brings up the topic for discussion and concern.
In today’s world, sex is seen as a test for compatibility between couples and if it is found that there is no chemistry during sex, there is no point going further in the relationship.
Despite numerous understatements for dating and the numerous campaigns for post marital sex, sex is an integral part of a relationship. To put words bluntly as quoted by a close buddy of mine, “No Sex = No Healthy Relationship”, if there are problems in the bedroom, they will slowly manifest in other aspects of your relationship.
Finding a long term partner requires a certain level of compatibility and you should seek partners that have similar preferences. Just like how online dating websites try to find potential matches for you, it is also critical to find a sexual match during dating.
Should you be shy or perhaps sex does not take up a huge portion of your life, you should attempt to search for an individual who is matching. There’s no point going into a relationship with a sexually active person if you do not enjoy sex. Different levels of sexual expectations would only harm a relationship in the long term.
With that being said, guys, do no pressurize your date into sex during the beginning stages of dating. Both of you ought to be on clear terms on what you’d like from the date, and if sex was not arranged in advance ( both of you did not meet via a “Casual Encounters” listing ), please assume that this is just a normal date and the other party is really looking for a possible long term relationship.