Dating after sex
Yes, of course, you’re still girlfriend material If you choose to have sex on the first date, it should not have any impact on your eligibility as a partner.
Plenty of couples officially get together after they've done the deed on their first date, so sexing early on shouldn't be a barrier if you’re vibing with each other, and there's mutual consent.
But what about when it comes to what to do after sex?
Think of it as replacing energy for a potential replay.
Eating together afterward is a bonding experience; you can sit together mutually contented, enjoying another sensory satisfaction without having to make much effort.
Hormones such as prolactin and oxytocin get the blame, along with the bold claim men's brains actually reboot during orgasm, but the trouble is, no matter how hardwired into your biology falling asleep after sex is, you should try to stay awake.
If you fall asleep before your partner, you look like a selfish lover, so you should wait for them to drop off first.
The adrenaline subsides, your breathing returns to normal, you’ve both been in the animalistic throes of passion – but now you’re yourselves again. Feedback is important for most things – if constructive it can guarantee you a good time, every time.