Fortunately, others in the video could move past these feelings. .
They're sort of pressured to score, and if that's not the type of person they are, that's kind of an awful place to be too.Their responses to questions like "How do you feel about sex on the first date?" and "Would you tell your friends about it?" show we've come a long way in terms of encouraging women to own their sexuality, but we still have further to go: Many women still fear being perceived.Because, as everyone knows, when a woman does it on the first date, she loses all respect and chances at a second date.To see what men have to say, check out the video here.This point is an important one, worth being addressed and hearing a male's perspective. .In reference to the study,.So BuzzFeed made another video asking men what they think about having sex on a first date."I've definitely felt self-conscious telling my friends about having sex on a first date, just because I didn't want to be judged.".
Idioms like these have been told to women for (what feels like) an eternity, warning them of the dangers of having sex before entering a committed relationship.And the pressure is clearly felt by some of the women interviewed by BuzzFeed, as well.But I also feel."I think it's easy to envy men because of that sort of idea that it's OK for them to have sex on the first date.Unfortunately, it's not just men who inflict judgment on women. .