How likely are you to enter a relationship with a woman keep-calm-and-wait-for-sex-6you had sex with on the first date?

Would you date a woman who made you wait a month before having sex?

Should I wait for sex or just move on?

I answer all of these questions and many more in this week’s podcast post!

A few weeks ago, I had the pleasure of being interviewed by Jay Mayo, the founder of Right To R.E.A.L. Love.

He interviewed 3 dating experts, including me, and asked us all the same questions. The viewpoints we give are varied, hilarious, and pretty insightful.

So should I wait for sex?

Check out the podcast and find out:

And if you’ve got a minute, give Jay’s site a visit! 

He’s got a bunch of interesting podcasts, and I love the fact that he never forces one opinion down the listener’s throat: he always showcases a variety of viewpoints and lets you guys decide which advice you want to take.

7 comments add yours

  1. Hey Rami!

    It was such a pleasure to have you on the podcast as a guest. I had a blast and I’m happy that you’re pleased with how the episode turned out.

    We definitely must work together again soon.

    Stay Blessed,


  2. The other guys looked much more conservative. Uncharacteristic of dating coaches !

    I’m much more aligned with what you said. Women who try to whithold sex are not confident enough for me.

    • Hey Fred! How’s it going?

      Thank you so much for taking the time out to listen to the podcast. I really hope that you enjoyed it.

      Actually, none of the men on the podcast were ‘dating experts’. My primary objective is to share the perspectives of the ‘everyday man’.

      Thank you again for listening. Have a very blessed day!

  3. I only had time to listen to about half of it, but what I heard cemented my previous opinion on the subject of waiting etc (from a female perspective):

    If a dude walks out on a potential relationship with me because of how soon or how I have sex, he’s basically done me a favor by filtering himself out, because I’ve got no room for him in my life. I used to worry about these things a lot actually! And it’s a waste of time. Time that can be spent having sex! 😀

    • Hey S! Thanks a lot for listening to the podcast. I truly appreciate that.

      I’m glad that you are able to take some value from it. The key truly is to find a partner who is on the same page, whether they prefer too wait or they prefer to have sex quickly. If both partners are on the same, that’s what truly matters.

      Thanks again for sharing your thoughts and taking the time out to listen. Have a very blessed day!

    • Hey Jay!
      Exactly, there is no right or wrong way when it comes to sex, only what works on an individual level. The only things I have no tolerance for are hypocrisy and double standards! Everything else is fine, as long as it’s good for you and your partner(s).

      Have a good day 😀

    • That’s pretty much what I was saying. I don’t knock anyone for their choices, sexual or otherwise.

      The key is to ensure that the person and their partner are on the same page. If they aren’t, that’s likely to cause issues. However, if they are on the same page things should work out well for them.

      Thanks a lot for your response S.

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