Why Women Should Make Men Wait For Sex
If you’ve ever wondered why it seems that men are okay with no-strings-attached sex while women tend to suffer with this arrangement, watch this video closely.
It affirms everything that I’ve ever written about sex and gender in a very logical, concrete manner. In short, women teach men how to treat them. And if, due to equality, birth-control, libido, societal acceptance, and insecurity, many women are willing to have sex with men who don’t call, pay, commit, or make an effort, then those women are essentially teaching men that they do not have to behave well to procure sex.
My advice is not to tell men that they shouldn’t sleep with women; it’s to tell women that you must have men make a greater investment in you as individuals before having sex.
This is why I created the 2/2/2 rule to screen men through the online dating process.
This is why I say you should wait 5-6 weeks before he’s your boyfriend.
This is why I tell you not to have sex outside of commitment.
You want to find out if a man is serious about you? Wait to have sex with him.
DO YOU WANT TO FIX YOUR BROKEN MAN-PICKER?
Do you want to find out if a man is serious about you? Wait to have sex with him. If you don’t – because you’re a liberated woman who can have sex whenever you damn well please – don’t be too surprised if a decent percentage of those men never call again. Again, I’m not remotely judgmental of those who have sex without commitment; I will only point out as a dating coach that it tends to lead to sub-optimal results from men because they didn’t have to do anything special to get into bed with you.
Note: There will be no comments about slut-shaming, since no one is shaming anyone nor calling anyone a slut. Nor will there be comments about how you slept with your boyfriend on the first date, and he became your husband. The many exceptions don’t disprove the rule that giving men sex without demanding emotional intimacy and better treatment is not the best idea. (And yes, that’s a quadruple negative!)