Dating and sex timeline
that's cool.(If you are super religious though, I totally respect that commitment.)Conclusion: Not recommended.
Meaning, you want to get clear on what you are looking for in a partner, then determine if the person possesses those qualities before things get physical.
You can be proud to look for sex on a first date, as men do all of the time.
If you are getting over a breakup, living in a new city, or trying to get it in after a vibrator-punctuated dry-spell, you should feel zero shame about finding someone to sleep with. Be a Samantha (still not a perfect model of feminism, for the record).
"Dating" means one million different things, so if it's working for you to casually date and sleep with someone without any exclusivity involved, do that. Conclusion: If you're not compromising, just do it.
Face the cutie you're on a first date with and ask yourself, "Will I be upset if they don't text me after we have sex? Unfortunately, I can't write an article that can tell you exactly when you should have sex with the person you are dating because I don't know you, I don't know who you are dating, I don't know what you are looking for, and things don't always (ever) go by the book.