Jumping in the sack too quickly might send the wrong message.
(The evolutionary psychology argument continues that we women, who always know the baby is our genetic slam-dunk, don’t have to worry about men’s clear and present sexual availability; it’s meaningless to whether or not we cast our own genes, aka children.)In other words, most of men’s double standard isn’t even conscious. But in studies of these things, it turns out that how quickly a woman has sex with a guy is the single biggest predictor of whether she’ll cheat later on. Yet there is something Denise can say to Mike to ratchet things down.So how do you know if maybe you slept with him just a wee bit too early?But first, I have to give you a little reminder about the Carlos Cavallo school of thought on the whole “sex in the first few dates” thing…Look, the reality is that most women do sleep with guys way sooner than they’d like to.– Sometimes yeah it was for fun, and you let it just be that.– Sometimes it’s out of insecurity…– Sometimes it’s a ploy to win him as a .What I’ve learned from Chris, our wonderful resident 4-Way straight guy, is that sex is all that some guys “come” for and he should now be looking for a new conquest. Sure, but it’s not likely because it’s not what I want.I think that you two working out depends on several things: 1) The personality and actions of the guy. My point here is that if you want to continue to get to know this guy, you have to change some of your thinking.