TK: I think that advice isn't that bad, but I'd probably tweak it a little bit and say that if you don't necessarily want to have sex on the first date: Cool. But I think it's a good idea to at least talk about it. Ask people about their kinks, and maybe you can get a bit of a roadmap of how they're like in bed. So I definitely want people to wait to have sex for when they're actually comfortable because I feel like if you're not comfortable, it's just going to translate into an awkward situation. But at the same time, don't rush into it and don't necessarily have this three-date rule or 90-day rule or whatever. You know, if you're totally ready to have sex on the first date, go for it. But if you're not, I think talking about it would be a good idea. And I have noticed that advice actually a lot. People were saying, "Yeah, you've definitely got to have sex in the first date because you don't know what you're going to get yourself into." I don't necessarily think that having it on the first date or the third date is going to make too much of a difference, but as long as you're actually having that conversation outside of the bedroom, I think it'll help for when you finally get into the bedroom.