If you are looking for a booty call and not a serious relationship, it is OK on the first date. There aren't many men that are going to want a woman that gives it up on the first date because he will always wonder how many others she had on their first date. Happy Valentine's Day.
No matter what, if the sex was really good for him then yes he will call you back. Because he'd want to sleep with you again and again until he grows tired of you. But be aware that by giving it up too soon, you pretty much lost your leverage in being a serious girlfriend. That is if this is what you wanted in the first place..... Generally people (especially men) take more value in things which they had to work hard for. If you give it up without really getting to know each other first and building a relationship beyond physical attraction, then the relationship is just based on sex.
Depends on what u want him calling for. If u dont mind booty calls then yes, if u were good, he may call back. If u are looking for more, then its like putting the cart before the horse. It's in a mans nature to conquer and once he does, so easily, there's no motivation to chase- or get to know the real you!
Yep, I did that, one time, and it was my idea. We dated for a few years. I really cared for him, at the time. We're still friends after five years. Now he's venting to me about how much money he's had to give up to get out of a marriage with a crazy woman. He says he married her out of gratitude. I guess I didn't do anything for him to be grateful for. Even when he was married, he'd call me. He got another phone and hid it to call me. He's bi-polar, but he also lies and frankly, he's pretty damn good at it. I liked the fact that he treated me like a lady, took me nice places and was a gentleman when he was with me. Then he told me about this site that he was a member of and even stupid enough to give me his password, and asked that I didn't read his mail. Ha! Ha! For some reason, I feel sorry for him, and also he was one of the best in bed I've ever been with. I don't give it up anymore, but he still tries. I guess I'm the dummy. I don't want to give up the friendship. I think I was the only woman he had been with that refused gifts, of any kind. He wasn't used to that. I don't want to be bought. p
i agree with it to right now i j ust got divorsed i fill i need to get some now iam just not letting it happend iam better thein that so no iam playing hard to get now and i will fill alot better now so not doing that my body vary pretty and i am to so god gave it to me so gota take care of it and tell know next person and iam dateing he will not get me untell down road if he fills i dont give in and leaves he not worth it all from brenda mae
Totally agree! Why would you give it for free when you could get some ok money for it???? Basically you are an unpaid hooker if you give it up on first meeting. You will be the talk of the locker room next day. And he won't call you honey!
No way. You don't know him well enough to share your precious body with him, so you're potentially risking your healthy. Most men brand a woman as easy if she has sex on the first date, and believe that she probably acts gives herself away to every man she meets. Play hard to get, honey!
If I have sex with a guy during our first date, would he call me back?
What about those special sites where men and women are looking only for one thing: sex
Will they call each other after one night?
My friend is too much in it.....Ugly, never know what you can get with a starngera even after first night
In rare instances I have known men who have had sex on their first date, and it lead to a serious relationship.
However, that is the exception and not the rule.
One of my female friend's ended up marrying the man she slept with on their first date.
I like to get to know someone before anything intimate takes place. I like to see if we have anything in common on the first date....Maybe my date is not my type.
Isn't that what a first date is supposed to be about? Hello
In today's world, one should be a little cautious don't you think?