When you first meet a guy, you don't know him that well, you don't know if he's part of the 9% who's going to discount you for sleeping with him. Or more likely he's part of the 49% on top of that who would be at least hesitant to get involved with you if you did. If you're with a guy you really like, you've just met him, and you're contemplating whether or not to have sex, ask yourself this question: "Is there really enough benefit to sleeping with him now? Or can I go home, reassess, and pick this back up in a few days?" While I'm not one to speak in absolutes, I'd be willing to bet that the opportunity to sleep with him is not a "now or never" type deal.
The research described in this article is from Amber Madison's book, Are All Guys Assholes? Learn more about her and the book at www.AreAllGuysAssholes.com. Want to know if the guy you're dating is an A-Hole? Download the app created from her research, A-Hole Tester.
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