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I’m a woman in my twenties looking for a boyfriend. On the first date, I like to have a few drinks and, if the guy and I get along, have sex to see if we have any physical chemistry. Lately I’ve had a series of great first dates – fluid conversation, emotional rapport, and what seemed like long term potential – but they all ghosted me after sex. Are men still living in the Victorian era?


The wait to have sex with you reflects the mandatory waiting period to purchase a plastic water gun.

That said, you are not wrong to want to determine up front if there is sexual chemistry. As for knowing how to do this “up front”, there are reasons to slow your pace, even if it means getting involved with a few guys who turn out to be sex duds.

Because a woman can get pregnant from one ill-advised naked frolic, women have evolved into the “most demanding” sex – to take a “hmm, we’ll see …” approach: take a step back and assess a man’s potential to “deliver” and the willingness to commit before dropping their panties (and everything in between) on his bedroom floor.

Men have co-evolved to expect women to be demanding and need to prove themselves over time to high-value women: women who can hold their own for the right guy. In short, men tend to value (and stick around) what is hard to, uh, fumble with.

Women are also more likely to succumb to some kind of alcohol-induced blindness, which psychiatrist Andy Thomson, in an email to evolutionary psychologist David Buss, called “Prosecco’s perception bias,” according to Italian sparkling wine. Buss, who included this in his book, “When Men Behave Badly,” explains that women have less of the alcohol detoxifying enzyme, alcohol dehydrogenase. (This is why women get drunk faster than men, even when they reject less alcohol per pound of body weight.) Overestimate the likelihood of an emotional bond and a long-term relationship. ”

Of course there are happy long-term relationships that started with non-committal sex. However, since you are a woman hoping to find a boyfriend, having sex on the first date is a risky strategy. There is a way to get a man to stick around after sex, and that is to wait until he has feelings for you, even if, you have to. Admit, attaching it to your headboard works too.

Ghost story

I’m a straight guy who uses dating applications. What’s with the constantly peeling friends and myself with the women we meet on our first dates? A woman on Hinge texted me to confirm 30 minutes before we met at a bar, but never showed up and stopped responding to my texts. The next day, she complained that her phone was dead. Another girl from Bumble agreed to have a drink, but when I texted her that same day, she wasn’t matched. This extreme rudeness only happens with women I meet on dating apps, not those I meet in person, such as at a night out with friends. An idea why?


The are valid reasons for being absent from a date without explanation, for example, the experience that many of us have of being abducted by aliens who do not have a suitable charger for our phone.

That rudeness that you feel – all those women treating you like a throwaway instead of a person with feelings – isn’t caused by using apps per se. The problem, as I explain in “Good Manners for Nice People Who Sometimes Shit”, is that we now live “in societies too big for our brains”: vast “weirdos” transients.

We did not evolve to be surrounded by strangers and are not psychologically equipped to live in a world filled with them, for the psychology that still fuels our thinking (and behavior) today is adapted to small ancestral societies. of hunter-gatherers. Ancestral humans may have been stuck with roughly the same 25 people for much of their lives (according to estimates by anthropologists Robert L. Kelly and Irven DeVore) and may have had a surrounding society that is perhaps 100% larger. to 150 people.

In the small ancestral world, the need to preserve one’s reputation was a psychological police force that kept even rotten people from doing their worst rotten. (This is still a factor today in small towns where everyone knows everyone.) In contrast, strangers who “meet” in the virtual world – on apps that are basically eBay for dating. you – do not have a shared social background, so … bye-bye afraid of the ruin of reputation!

In other words, when connecting through an app, it’s probably a good idea to wait lack of reliability. You could even bring a book to read in case a woman ends up being a little late – er, intends to leave you sitting there at the bar until you break down.