‘By the end of the first date, you should both want to rip your clothes off’ The controversial dating coach says you shouldn’t wait until you have sex with a potential partner
- Controversial dating coach Jake Maddock opens up about sex on a first date
- Jake thinks people should check chemistry on first or second dates
- He believes that if you don’t want to rip each other’s clothes off, you can’t
A controversial dating coach thinks that when you’re looking for a life partner, you should have sex on the first date — but not everyone agrees.
Jake Maddock says by the end of the first date, a potential couple should want to rip each other’s clothes off.
Speaking to FEMAIL, he said there’s no point “waiting and waiting to see if the chemistry is right” and procrastinating on sex can only lead to disappointment in the long run.
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Jake Maddock says that by the end of the first date, a potential couple should want to “rip each other’s clothes off.”
“We could all find out on the first date if the other person is right if we let go of the rules we’ve made for ourselves. Having sex as early as possible is one of them,” he said.
“Your ideal partner is going to be a nice mix of chemistry, compatibility and the X-factor,” he added.
Jake claims to have coached thousands of people on how to form relationships 10 out of 10 — and says 90 percent of them started having sex on the first date.
“Most of the others had sex on the second date,” he said.
“These people are still together today and have good, strong relationships.”
Compatibility doesn’t mean you both have to love sailing, gaming or chocolate ice cream. It’s a more basic compatibility. It makes you feel like you’ve known her forever. It makes you comfortable with them, makes you friends, he explained.
But chemistry is just as important, he said, and that’s where his sex ‘rule’ comes in.
Compatibility doesn’t mean you both have to love sailing, gaming or chocolate ice cream. According to Jake, it’s a more basic compatibility
“When you go on a real date with your ideal partner, the chemistry should also be palpable,” he said.
“If not, then they are not your ideal partner,” he added.
‘You’ll probably call chemistry ‘I just know’. Sex is one of the key factors in ‘simply knowing’.’
The dating coach has spoken out about first-date sex in his videos on TikTok and Instagram – where he’s met with mixed reactions.
“I have been happily married for over thirty years and I completely disagree with you,” one woman wrote in a recent video.
While another said: “Please make sure you only do what you are comfortable with, stay safe!”
‘100% after the first two dates? I don’t think so,” criticized a third.
“Toxic modern advice,” slammed a fourth.
But some agreed with him.
“In my experience, it doesn’t matter whether you wait or not, so you might as well not. Because then you’ll know sooner if you want a relationship,” wrote one woman.
A second agreed. “If you know, you know.”
https://www.dailymail.co.uk/femail/relationships/article-11177475/Controversial-dating-coach-Jake-Maddock-says-shouldnt-wait-sex-potential-partner.html?ns_mchannel=rss&ns_campaign=1490&ito=1490 Controversial dating coach Jake Maddock says you shouldn’t wait until you have sex with a potential partner