Guys who sit around hoping one girl might date you someday - this question IS NOT for you.
Guys who understand women at least enough to always have options - I'm asking you about ethics.
Let's say you've been talking to a few girls. You arrange first dates with some of them. Some go well, some don't. Let's say 3 first dates went well. Now what? Is it OK to arrange second, third, fourth dates with several women?
Obviously, if I get into a serious, monogamous relationship with any of them, I'll stop dating the others. I won't get into a serious relationship with a girl until we've been going out for at least a few months though... it's just the smart thing to do.
So there's my dilemma. What do you think, bros?
- I date ONE girl at a time, and don't explore other options... even when we've only dated a short whileVote A
- I'll date 2-3 girls at a time, but stop when one of them turns into a relationshipVote B
- There's nothing wrong with having other options in case your first few dates go badly. it's just dating until a relationship gets serious.Vote C
- I'll get into serious relationships with more than one girl at a time.Vote D