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Romance or Sex on a first date: Yes or No? by Emile-Anne Smith

Sex on the first date? Oh, here is a nice taboo topic that I know everyone talks about, with their friends and a few choice people. But few people talk about it out in the open. So the big question is really, yes or no, do we have sex on the first date or not? Well to tell you the truth, it's all a personal opinion. What if the sexual attraction is there between you and the other person? We know that sometimes when we meet someone for the first time, we get this feeling of wanting sex or romance. There is nothing wrong with it; we need to remember, it is still a feeling and apart of our everyday lives.

The feelings we get from sexual pleasure is a feeling like we get from being happy or sad. Nevertheless, it's still a feeling and that's it, a simple emotion. Do we deny ourselves the chance to be happy or sad? No we don't! So what is the big deal about sex on the first date? It is all perceived how we view it in our minds and what we where taught when we where younger by the people who raised us. Old fashion people will say it is bad, the not so old fashion generation will say it is good.

Now the flip side of the coin, only because not everything is one sided. Sex and romance are two things that should be taken very serious. So, sex on the first date maybe out of the question, maybe a bit to taboo for some people, but it is out there none the less. Having sexual pleasure from someone you don't really know has its own set of risks. Embarking on an adventure of sex that involves two people that are at the first stages of something that can be grand is a scary thought and should be thought about wisely. Speaking from experience, I never did have sex on the first date or even the third date. Sometimes I am happy with it, and the other times I wish I did. Some people view sex like it is love making, not entirely true, well really it all depends on who you talk to. Some people will say that the sexual pleasure you give and receive should be from somebody special. The sexual attraction that is felt for someone is a thing that can not be held back but the actions can be. I guess the question should read, "Do we act on or feelings of sexual desires on someone we just met when the sexual attraction is there?"
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