whenever one of you bring it up. how or when or will you do with this person.
It is fine to flirt a little but get to know each other before taking it to the bedroom. Just so you can protect yourself from heartache. Too soon and you might regret it. Once you have covered a variety of subjects and you feel comfortable, sex up the conversation.
It's not so much a "timing issue" as much as it is how comfortable two people feel with one another.
Most couples start off flirting with one another or using sexual innuendo playfully before seriously discussing the possibility of having sex. Other couples simply go with the flow. Meaning if it "feels right" in the moment they'll allow physical chemistry to take over following a series of passionate kisses....etc
Life is a personal journey.
Each of us gets to live it on OUR own terms.
When it comes to relationships there is no "right" or "wrong" per se but rather "agree" or "disagree"
Ultimately we're all looking for someone who wants what we want!
@dashingscorpio I love ur answers! Once again I agree. Its different with each person
It depends how in confidence you are with this person you just met... maybe start by by talking about it in a general way and introducing the subject to see what the reaction is.
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