We meet four women who love having sex on the first date as survey reveals just one in 14 would get down to business on the first meet
The number of women happy to put out on the first date is on the rise as more discover how empowering it makes them feel
Playmate Sophie Ann
IT is no surprise that most men like to have sex on a first date – but there is also a growing number of women who jump into bed as soon as they can.
A YouGov Omnibus poll revealed that 14 per cent of 18 to 24-year-old women would gladly put out on a first date – more than any other age group.
One in 14 women overall said they would sleep with someone the first time they met, compared to one in four blokes who would do the same.
But the number of women who have sex on the first date is set to grow as more of them discover how empowering and liberated it makes them feel.
As one woman told us: “It makes the date more exciting if you don’t set those silly ‘I don’t sleep with guys on the first date’ rules.”
Here, four women explain why they refuse to hang around – and prefer to get down to business.
WAITRESS Agata Kubik decided to hit the dating scene following the breakdown of her marriage.
Most of her dates ended with sex – even if she didn’t see a future with the man.
Agata, from Lewisham, South East London, says:
“When I was single, my dates would almost always end up with sex. During that 18-month period, I slept with around 14 men.
“I usually like to have sex early on after meeting a guy because sex is a very important part of a relationship for me.
“If the sex isn’t good then I’m not interested.”
“If I was attracted to a man I would always want to sleep with him so I would find out if there could be a reason for a second date.
“I would be very honest if I didn’t find him that attractive or if I felt like we weren’t connecting on a mental level.
“I’d simply tell him I didn’t see a relationship developing – but I would make it clear that I was interested in having sex that night if that’s what he wanted too.”
“It’s important to be honest about these things as you don’t want to end up in a situation where one person likes the other more.
“I always make it clear if I’m looking to have sex with them for that night only, or if I am looking for something more.”
SINGLE mum Melissa Wilkinson from Allerton Bywater, West Yorks, says having sex on the first date is normal – and she likes to try before she buys.
Melissa, who is a full-time carer for her 14-year-old son Jaden, says:
“I think just as many women have sex on a first date as men – we just don’t talk about it. We’re too worried what people might think.
“When a man gets a woman into bed on a first date they’re labelled a hero. If a woman does it, they get a bad name for themselves.”
“Having sex on a first date is like trying before you buy. I don’t see any point waiting months to have sex, especially at my age.
“I need to know early on if I’m sexually compatible with someone or the relationship won’t work. I don’t want to waste time waiting to find out.
“I met an ex-partner online and we had sex on our first date.
“It was amazing. As he drove me home I knew we’d sleep together. As soon as we walked through the door we had sex.”
“Our relationship lasted for years and having a great sex life gelled us together.
“When we split up I met men through Tinder and Plenty of Fish.
“I got chatting to a man on Tinder and we met up at a hotel and fell into bed as soon as we got there.
“It was really exciting – but when I suggested going out for a few drinks afterwards, he decided that he just wanted to spend the night in the room.
“Then we had an argument so I left early the next morning.
“Next time I will make sure I’m at least treated to a meal and a drink before we sleep together.”