He could have emotional baggage from a prior relationship. He could be out of practice and self-conscious about it. He could be self-conscious about something to do with his body. Lots of other possibilities.
Although it's possible. Viagra would do the trick. I'm not sure why he wouldn't know that though. It's not like that drug is a secret unless he's just too proud or sensitive about the subject to use it.
Sounds pretty smart to me. PandaBear77 # 16, 07:30 PM The Central Scrutinizer Moderator Join Date: Apr 2003 Location: Pork Roll/Taylor Ham Posts: 21,601 quot;P andaBear77;13361649Supposing I were single again and I was NOT intending to wait until another marriage to get laid.
Sounds pretty smart to me. Haven't you heard? That's "baggage" and there is a quot; of zero checked bags and only one small carry-on purse. Or at least that's the vibe I get from other on-topic threads.
Seriously though, if both people are enjoying each other's company and having fun dating or just hanging out together then that can go on as long as both parties are happy that way.
8 months in a relationship and still no sex. I would be gone 6 months ago if she was my. I would have no interest in dating a woman with sexual hangups or.
Dallas Jones # 9, 01:27 PM Guest Join Date: Nov 2006 If two adults are dating and attracted to each other there is simply no reason to wait for sex past 3-4 dates or a couple weeks.
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# 1, 10:40 AM Guest Join Date: Jul 2003 How long is unreasonable to wait for sex in a dating relationship? In a thread of mine I'm too lazy to seearch for, much less link too, someone opined that six months is too long to.
Now if you've found the person of your dreams and they wanted to wait six weeks, I could see making an exception. But beyond that, I think that amount of time is adequate to have a good relationship.
I don't want to pressure him into sex but it's odd that it's been so long and we haven't. I go to his place all the time but I've never slept over (I like to sleep in my own bed, my own choice so we.
Thudlow Boink There is no Correct Answer. It depends on why you're waiting (and on the purpose of the relationship in the first place). I'm not looking for a universal rule. I mean how long is too long from the individual poster's point of view.
I know he's not a virgin though, so maybe he wants to be in a relationship/more commitment before having sex? FYI, this guy is pretty attractive, can be a "playboy when I met him at a party saw him talking to other girls before me.