Dating and sex rules
Casual hookups can be militantly Sex-Only, or they can involve a drink or two at a nice bar with some Michelob Light-grade conversation. Now, this isn’t an invitation to be boring or taciturn, it’s just a plea for you to keep it easy-breezy. Or, more likely, one person gearing up to want more than casual sex.
There’s a huge difference between, “I’ve never had sex in a car, wanna help me out?
You only get to set boundaries, and hopefully that meshes with their expectations too.
At some point, sex becomes an issue in any new dating relationship; it's really just a question of when. Everyone seems to have an opinion, from doctors and psychologists, to parents and clergy, to friends and passersby.
Talking to your date about sex before things get too hot may go a long way toward ensuring your first encounter ends on a positive note.
Because of the double standard, having sex too early is an issue women have to examine when they are dating and are out to establish a relationship.(Like all sex, it requires full, enthusiastic consent).In a casual relationship, however, someone may never explicitly end things with you.This is one of the biggest issues with dating and sex, with parents, psychologists, clergy and everyone else having an opinion.