The Day Rule : How Long People Really Wait About Sex? Essay
Imagine you’re on the best date of your life with the person you suspect is The One. The sexual chemistry is palpable, but you’re looking for a long-term thing — not just a hookup. Should you jump into bed with him or her as soon as you’re alone? Or should you wait until you’ve gone out on a few more dates before sleeping together?
The short answer: Do whatever the hell you want. There’s no set time to have sex.
Steve Harvey, the bestselling author, has inspired women around the world to hold off on sex for 90 days upon entering a new relationship in order to get the respect they deserve, and land a man who is truly all in.
Often referring to sex as the “cookie”, Mr. Harvey suggests that women keep the cookie in the cookie jar for a probationary period of 90 days, causing men to have to prove themselves, work for and earn the benefits.
Part of what makes the 90 day rule seem senseless to me is most women do not consider the fact that he actually wrote the book for his daughters.
From a father’s view-point. Which is the best view-point for any human being but to consider his advice to relationship law is debatable.
I don’t like using the word “cookie” for vagina. (…. he had to be referring to his daughters using the word “cookie”)
First off, no one actually waits the 90 days anyway.
But for the women who do apply this rule, you should know. Waiting for sex is no big deal for today’s man. It depends on the type of man…