There are many common misconceptions out there on dating. One of the biggest ones is you shouldn’t have sex with someone on the first date. Age-old tradition suggests you should wait to have sex with someone based on some arbitrary number like the 3rd date. What makes the difference between having sex now and later?
Should you have sex on the first date? If you are attracted to the person and you feel it is right, then why not? In fact, it makes things much easier and releases tension in the relationship the sooner you do it. This is true for both the girl and the guy.
The “game” is not really being played anymore and both the girl and the guy experienced what they wanted without judgement and can now feel much comfortable with each other. People don’t necessary think less of each other for having sex early if you both want it.
If you don’t have sex with your girl soon, you run the risk of falling into provider frame or just some guy she likes to “hang out” and you become friendzoned. She needs to know you are a potential lover and needs to feel that sexual energy from you. There are certain exceptions like if she is a virgin or has religious beliefs. If that’s the case, then you will just game longer than usual but you can still eventually lay her.
This is why it is very important that you learn the right way to game and make the girl become attracted to you and feel comfortable having sex with you. The sooner you have sex, the better it is for both of you. Break rapport to create attraction, qualify her to get investment and comfort, sexually escalate and solve logistics. If you make the whole process much easier for her without activating her ASD (anti-slut defense) or buyer’s remorse, she will appreciate it much more and want to have sex with you.