When it comes to dating I prefer to focus on one person rather than spreading myself across multiple people. I believe it can eventually lead someone on. It can also get confusing and possibly expensive.
I'm also a one person girl because of the sexual aspect. I like sex and before when we were getting to know each other seriously I wanted to find out if we were sexually compatible. I can't imagine having sex with that many people at once either, although now I changed what i was doing and now I'm waiting until a relationship is established before I think about getting sexual with someone.
I'm just looking for people's thoughts. Those are my personal feelings towards dating and sex.
Most Helpful Guy
I've dated multiple people and I think in a way it's good too, especially from online dating, because there's a lot of people flaking/ghosting on it and it's a good way to find out who's the best match.
Regarding the sex life, I'm not sure. One time I was seeing a girl for a little over a month and she invited me over to her place and had me go in her bedroom and right before sex, I found an empty condom wrapper from another guy just laying in the bed. That made me feel uncomfortable especially since she invited me over because that made me feel like sloppy seconds.0
Most Helpful Girl
WHEN I was doing this, was younger & agreement made by my #1 guy at the time, even came with a ring to keep, not wear. I was very naive to realize it was he that wanted to be a playboy and I could see others, so long as I was there WHEN he finally decided to get married, was older, inheritance in pocket. That said, at least two reports of his gang chasing friend-dates leaving my house.
It's too complicated to get as involved as preferred into too many guys and never sexually = talk about problems in spades. The only scenarios this might happen temporarily is when one's prime candidate is found to have clay feet, ergo doubts and another guy steps up to "try out" same time, even though he may have a similar lack. In such a mess, it's best to dismiss both and start over shopping for The One.0