She’s not that kind of girl? Well, here’s a pro tip: all girls are that kind of girl. Those who say first date sex shouldn’t happen usually have ulterior motives.
I’m always surprised when men believe sex on the first date is unlikely, unnecessary, impossible, or even wrong.
I’m never surprised when women have this belief.
You see, when you spend many years with an enlightened view of women (like I and the contributors on Girls Chase have), it becomes your norm. Old and misguided beliefs you lost years ago or never had seem strange and foreign.
Sometimes men say they “want to take it slow” with a girl because they want something serious, or they might mention that she’s being a slut because she has sex on the first date. They might even say she’s a whore despite not sleeping with him on the first date. When I see this, I know that they are entangled in the Madonna-Whore complex, which is where this false belief originates. It’s the root of wrong views about quick sex.
Men lose so much from this ignorance.
However, when a woman says it, she has everything to gain and little to lose.
To understand why women pretend to believe that “sex can’t happen on the first date” and why men fall for the lie, we will go through what motivations a man or woman might have for holding this wrong view.
In the sense of good and bad, it has very little to do with morality and instead is about the morality of status-gaining and control, and mate-screening.
Women rightly want what is best for them. They want the best man they can get. If we start with this simple premise, everything about the idea of “not having sex on the first date” becomes translucent. We see an innocent idea as something much more.
When you see this idea for what it is, you will wake up to a new view of women.
It is a liberating view.
You will walk around the world as a hunter, knowing that you can screw any girl, and I mean any girl on the first date.
I don’t care if she’s a Queen or just thinks she is one on Instagram, you can slay her on the first date.
Now, why might a man believe this romantically pernicious idea?