Which is better, ladies? Good guy/relationship vs. good lay?
Would you rather have a guy who was perfect for you in every way whom you really spiritually connected and had a fun-filled relationship with but he lasted all of 30 seconds and had no idea how to please a girl, OR a relationship that was kind of dull and not very special or fulfilling but the guy was fantastic in the sack?
I'd rather go with the relationship with an actual connection.
Neither. I pick the guy who is both or willing to become both. 0 seconds can be fixed!
First one. Much easier to teach a guy how to please you than it is to teach a guy how to be an interesting person, or to learn how to be compatible with someone when you're not.
A woman's desire for emotional intimacy often results in sex, but true intimacy is emotional - and that connection will allow you to work on his sexual performance or other outlets for her with honesty and support.
A "good lay" will stop being so if he gets lazy, out of shape, old - and that's not what you want in a long term relationship that sees you to middle age or with kids.
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