Who’s more likely to have sex on a first date?
Research has shown that personal traits, such as body weight, height, age and lifestyle, can be linked with the outcome of a date, that is, whether there is sex, no physical contact at all or something in between.
What kind of women are most open to having sex on a first date?
Large and overweight women are clearly the “easiest”, with the effect increasing the larger the woman is. The same is true for the height factor: the taller the woman, the easier it supposedly is to have sex with her. Women in their early twenties and thirties in general were seen as more open to sex on a first date than their older “competitors”, and so were poorly educated and divorced women.
The average woman that might have sex on a first date or not is the white, slim, well-educated, light drinking single of thirty something.
What kind of men are most open to having sex on a first date?
With men, the research outcome is quite different: by far the most “willing” men to have sex on a first date are married men! Probably most married men are not looking for just another relationship but for sexual fulfilment? Weight, on the other hand, does not play such an important role as with women. Being overweight does not seem to have much effect on first date outcome for men. However, athletic men are quite more open to having sex than their less well-toned fellow players. With respect to age, men in their late twenties are most willing to having sex whereas in their early twenties it’s rather unlikely for them.
The average man that might have sex on a first date or not is the white, well-educated, light smoking and drinking single of thirty something.
It’s interesting how some attributes favour sex on a first date for women but not for men - and the other way around. Poor education, for example, makes women be more open to sex while poorly educated men are almost the least likely.
Presumptions can be made as to why someone is more open to sex on a first date or not. One might assume that overweight women have less self-esteem and are therefore willing to take the first chance. Conversely, this would mean that athletic men also suffer from reduced confidence. In fact, it’s difficult to make assumptions and we’re probably better off with accepting the facts and deploying them to our advantage. ;)