How do you let your partner know that you want your relationship to become a sexual relationship?

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How do you let your partner know that you want your relationship to become a sexual relationship?
Some people have an expectation of having sex on a first date, and to them, this question may seem silly. . . but I don't think that is most of us. Some people will not have sex until their wedding night and they will think this question is over the top, but again, that is not most of us.

You are dating and at some point, you want your relationship to include sex, so what do you do to make that happen? Talk to your partner? Get "vigorous" when making out? Wait for them to say that they are ready? What makes it happen?
Before we get to that point, we have a discussion about when and if we become sexual
Vote A
When I'm ready, I tell my partner that I am ready and eager for sex.
Vote B
I wait for my partner to let me know that they are ready
Vote C
I indicate my readiness by becoming more active and more passionate when "making out" (aka "vigorous!)
Vote D
I grab my partner by the hand and lead them to the bedroom
Vote E
There isn't any talk or sending signals - it just happens!
Vote F
Sex? What is sex?
Vote G
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