Change dating sex
Sex becomes both more routine and more intimate as you spend more time together and really learn what makes one another tic.
And with the rest I’d make sure I stood up for myself from the beginning” As a woman, I’m outraged on Sophie’s behalf that her boyfriend felt the need to change her like that – but if one of my female friends was trying to get her boyfriend to cut down on how much he drank, lose a bit of weight or sort out his finances, I’d be much less concerned – why is this?I just see it as part of marriage, and he really doesn’t seem to mind.I’d stop if he did – I don’t want to be a nag.” Let’s look at the other side of the coin.FYI, I fall into the latter category – I’ve been known to chuck men for wearing bad traveller’s beads, Speedo-style underpants rather than boxer shorts, and those bloody red trousers. But according to some of my friends, I’m a fool, rejecting perfectly good men just because they think it’s acceptable to wear beads with a suit. And there’s nothing worse than that sinking feeling you get when your date walks into the room, and you clock sight of his shoes. A survey carried out for Marks and Spencer and Oxfam’s Shwopping initiative earlier this year discovered that it takes women six months to start demanding their bloke changes his fashion sense.After all, they argue, these are the sort of little things you can change over time. After the 12-month mark you can start to develop an opinion on their hair cut, and after a few years you can take over buying their clothes completely. Half of women polled admitted to throwing away their partner’s offending items without their knowledge, and one in seven admitted to putting them in the wrong wash on purpose (despite the fact that we appear to have staggered into an episode of On The Buses, the aforementioned survey was genuinely conducted this year, I promise).