I think men really dont know what they want out of life so they have to act like they are still in high school. I totally agree with this statement..was there a guideline put on the time limit for sex!!!!
Do what makes you feel good, but realize, it could lead to something.it couldnt.
And btw, the too late usually signifies waiting until there are things that despite the sex, preclude moving forward with the relationship so in essence, not too long, just past the idiocy period. Too soon for me is before we've even had a chance for "the talk".
Don't bother trying to be with men with whom you feel the need to play this kind of game.
Some immature guys may be like this but if you work on the assumption that they all are then you'd have to start playing games to counter their games and it's all so very silly.
Think this is up to the two people involved, if you feel you can cope with her/his having his way and then out the door then go for it. If you catch somebodies interest ,if you just gel,if you find yourselves drawn to each other,if you find yourself stimulated(excuse the pun) by that person and they feel the same then when you get down to the sex thing really isnt relevant. If you share intimacy with someone you just met......1st 2nd 3rd date whatever...... The town I'm in has freakishly high STD rates & anyone who wants that without getting ourselves tested scares me.
Same as she/he has her/his way and stays the course of the relationship, whatever it may be. I used to think having sex too soon was a bad thing as well.
Having sex before the feelings are there can of course potentially damage relationships.
Not to say that it always will, but it crosses natural boundaries.
A pal pointed out to me that it should be something that one gets out of the way as soon as possible to see if you are compatible this way.
I did a little thinking and decided there is some credence to that statement, albeit a little.
What is different are the numbers of men who will not take the quick deal because they prefer to know the person with whom they become intimate.