If you have a teenage girl in your life, feel free to cut and paste your favorite tip and pass it along to her as if it’s coming directly from you. If she won’t listen, just post it on her facebook wall.
Go forth and have a blast in your non-stripper-costume-looking outfit.
It is a fantastic thing that we have sexual freedoms – if a woman desires sex on a first, second, third or thirtieth date; I wholeheartedly believe there’s no reason to feel bad about that.
But it was Sex and the City that instilled in us the notion that there was something a bit wrong with you if you didn’t want to have sex with somebody after a couple of cocktails and a dinner date.
Looming large in my mind to this day is the episode where Carrie starts dating Aidan.
Otherwise, it's just another set of rules to control us.
Rachel Hills' book, The Sex Myth, will be out in August 2015, published by Simon & Schuster in the US, and Penguin in Australia The Big Short, the film adaptation of Michael Lewis' book of the same name about the causes of the financial crisis, opens in UK cinemas this weekend.
When after a week and a half he hasn’t tried to get her into bed, she assumes he’s either gay or not attracted to her.
The message is clear: ten days after meeting someone, if you’re not having sex, there is a major problem.That’s why the issue remains this big, hulking, stifling sexual elephant.But sometimes, with the right friends, in the right setting (with the right amount of wine), women will tentatively talk about it.We now have the freedom to say yes, but not to say no.Rachel explains, “It's likely that the three date rule was invented to put guidelines around appropriate female sexual behaviour; have sex on the first date, you're a slut. “What's interesting is that it doesn't just tell us when is too early to have sex.It also reflects an expectation that sex will happen relatively early in a relationship: not so early that you're a slut, but still sooner than many people would be able to achieve emotional intimacy with someone.” It’s a very unfashionable thing to admit to these days - that you might not feel ready to perform the most intimate of physical acts with someone after spending less than a working day’s worth of time in their company.