its not my first date ever ffsFirst impression matters a lot, you are the moderator of this sub-forum what's up with this question?.. I finished the art school for e.g and I can be the moderator of LAVA but you don't know how to behave on your first date?
I didn't want to answer but I will because I have a certain common sense, be confident & don't look into your phone. Being shy will not help you, try and admit to your partner that this is your first time.
Absolutely. But for me personally, such a relationship wouldn't work. I know some make it work but tbh it blows my mind that they can.Political opposites can have great sex. And even successful relationships. I know one married couple who are both elected councillors for different parties in the same area :-D
Yes yes yes. Agree completely. And please people, avoid a 2 Doms or 2 subs situation in the bedroom. It's really not good. Not necessarily worth ditching someone over, but everything else better be DAMN good.I tend to lean more towards the "better to talk about values in the beginning" mindset. That stuff might be uncomfortable, but it doesn't go away, so if they're going to hate your politics/religion it might be for the better to expose that early and move on. Same goes for sexual compatibility: imho people who wait until they've been married for five years to reveal they like getting peed on or whatever are just setting themselves up for lots of disappointment.
Discussing that kind of thing also seems to (though I've only done this twice) increase the necessary tension that makes the relationship feel sexual and not just friendly. You're trying to get close to the other person, not start a business together. It's important not to pry or bring up intimate things out of nowhere -- respect the ordinary flow of conversation -- but if the situation calls for it, say it.
Right, right..Look into their eyes enough to seem engaged and connected/empathetic, but not so much as to seem psycho.