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    At what point in your relationship would you make the move/sleep with someone.
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    Whenever both parties feel comfortable and want to do so.

    There's no right or wrong answer RE how long you should wait to have sex with someone in a relationship. You should both feel comfortable and actively want to do so. If you don't, then don't.

    I'd advise you don't put a time on it. If you're in a new relationship, there can be pressure to have sex for the first time. Don't let this pressure be the only reason you have sex.

    On the other hand, if you and your partner want to have sex and can legally do so, then go for it. If you're worried about what others will think, then don't! It's none of their business! 😊
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    when you both know its right, there isnt a set time, you both will just know, it happens in the heat of the moment
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    (Original post by jackwinch)
    Whenever both parties feel comfortable and want to do so.

    There's no right or wrong answer RE how long you should wait to have sex with someone in a relationship. You should both feel comfortable and actively want to do so. If you don't, then don't.

    I'd advise you don't put a time on it. If you're in a new relationship, there can be pressure to have sex for the first time. Don't let this pressure be the only reason you have sex.

    On the other hand, if you and your partner want to have sex and can legally do so, then go for it. If you're worried about what others will think, then don't! It's none of their business! 😊
    That’s some sound advice mate. I was just gonna wade in with something unhelpful like ‘when you’re both leaking fluid, it’s time to do it’
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    (Original post by jackwinch)
    Whenever both parties feel comfortable and want to do so.

    There's no right or wrong answer RE how long you should wait to have sex with someone in a relationship. You should both feel comfortable and actively want to do so. If you don't, then don't.

    I'd advise you don't put a time on it. If you're in a new relationship, there can be pressure to have sex for the first time. Don't let this pressure be the only reason you have sex.

    On the other hand, if you and your partner want to have sex and can legally do so, then go for it. If you're worried about what others will think, then don't! It's none of their business! 😊
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    when you both know its right, there isnt a set time, you both will just know, it happens in the heat of the moment
    Thank you, thank you!!!
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    (Original post by jackwinch)
    Whenever both parties feel comfortable and want to do so.

    There's no right or wrong answer RE how long you should wait to have sex with someone in a relationship. You should both feel comfortable and actively want to do so. If you don't, then don't.

    I'd advise you don't put a time on it. If you're in a new relationship, there can be pressure to have sex for the first time. Don't let this pressure be the only reason you have sex.

    On the other hand, if you and your partner want to have sex and can legally do so, then go for it. If you're worried about what others will think, then don't! It's none of their business! 😊
    Sorry, I think it’s just I worry that maybe having it too soon into the relationship, even if it is right in the moment, that I might regret it or a guy may view you as easy... or other people find out and pass their judgement on it...!!!
    Haha sorry I just overthink most things, I just want it to be right and not look back and regret it, if you know what I mean. I mean it might feel right in the moment but then after you look back and be like I shouldn’t have done that. I don’t know!? Sorry for the rambling!
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    After spending a total of 7 hours with them.
    That'd be the time to make the first kiss. Even if it didn't lead to sex that day, it'd be the start of the physical escalation over our next few meetings, leading to either sex or the ending of her as a romantic candidate.
 
 
 
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