There are few things worse than a man who feels he is entitled to sex. It doesn’t matter if you’re on a first date, still trying to flirt, or you’ve been together with a woman for five years: men, you’re never entitled to sex. For the record, women aren’t either. I can’t make my partner of five years feel like he’s wronged me if he isn’t in the mood one night. But I’ve noticed that it is men who tend to exhibit signs that they feel entitled to sex more than women. I mean, listen: we have our vibrators and sometimes they’re better than a real man. If a guy doesn’t want to have sex with us, we have other options. Men do too, but, well, being with a woman is just better than being with—ya know—themselves. That still doesn’t make pressuring a woman into sex okay. A lot of men do, however, try subtle pressuring tactics. They think that being sly about it means they aren’t perpetrators of the #MeToo movement. But not so. Even slight pressure is not okay. Here are sly and sleazy ways men try to pressure women into sex.
I need sex to test our chemistry
Alright well, you can still wait as long as the woman wants to wait. You don’t need to have sex on the first date—or even in the first month—to test sexual chemistry. But also, might I add that this excuse is just BS and often sexual chemistry comes from emotional and mental chemistry.