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I guess women are taking Steve Harvey’s advice on waiting at least 3 months to have sex in a relationship. According to a new study conducted by DatingAdvice.com,
women are three times more likely than men to wait three months or longer before having sex with someone.
Steve Harvey says that when he was an an auto plant worker, he had to wait 90 days to receive benefits. He believes that women should give men the same probationary period before having sex.
In 90 days they checked me out. They determined if I was easy to work with, if I got along well with others, if I showed up when I said I was going to show up, if I was worthy.
It seems as though women are really taking the time to get to know men and to find out if they are “worthy” before giving up the goods.
DatingAdvice.com, also found that
besides women, African-Americans and those aged 35 to 44 also are among the most likely groups to put off sex until at least 90 days.
Twenty-two percent of African-American respondents think it’s OK to have sex with someone they met more than three months ago, but only 8 percent of Asian-Americans agreed.
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In terms of age, 35- to 44-year-olds are 67 percent more likely than 25- to 34-year-olds to hold off on sex until the three-month mark minimum.
Continue reading more about the study at DatingAdvice.com.
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