The first date is a milestone for any relationship. It may be as well a beautiful dream that gives you hope, and an embarrassing episode that will cut your stings of a second attempt! is pleasant
Love & SEX
When you go on a first date with a guy, you are quite tense and, generally, it is quite difficult to find a common bridge to cross the chasm of mutual ignorance. It probably happens quite often to not know how to “break the ice”.
If after much reflection or in a sudden attack of spontaneity, you have decided to go into the sweets jar of paid relationships, because men should not be the only ones to have the exclusive privilege to take a piece of the beauties attracted by the wallet while women not, once you have scrupulously gone through the physical and mental preparation ritual, you find yourself next to the chosen one from your secret fantasies, even more handsome than in the virtual photos, yet your thoughts fly away despite your efforts to disconnect yourself from reality... you must understand that this phenomenon is natural! Every little thing from the outside or one that is deeply implanted in the subconscious can perfidiously catch your attention, regardless of the context.
Most of the lesbians are pissed off by some preconceived ideas that heterosexuals gain from viewing pornographic movies or distorted interpretations of social “folklore”. That is why some clearer answers are required for a series of questions that the “other camp” or the women interested could pose in this respect:
The first date in two is the most difficult, because usually the partner comes “armed” with a good dose of mistrust (and it is normal to be so). Circumspection can be easily eliminated through a series of tricks that belong to the “technique of rapport”, in terms of neuro-linguistic programming.
Sexual fidelity is only manifested in what we can call in a generic way: “the state of love”. In addition, from a physiological point of view, the man is limited to a single “love” relationship. This because social altruism (in this chapter we also include intimate relations), does not have a hereditary character. Events of this kind (loyalty, for example) are generally acquired through education and are maintained by moral, religious or even legal codes. In other words, to be stable, it is not a specific component to our human behavior that can represent us. Nature has designed us for more “attempts”, probably to ensure the perpetuation of one's own creation. Moreover, we are the only beings on the surface of the Earth who have developed the ability to have sex for pleasure and in increasingly sophisticated ways, not just for reproduction.