Implying that male-female relationships should be handled according to any set of “rules” is like inherently stating that dating is a game with clear winners and losers, which is the exact opposite of what it should be. Still, there are certain things that have been ingrained in us for years as we proceed into relationship-territory, the likes of who should text who first, how many days he should wait to call you, how many dates you should go on before the relationship turns intimate, and who should supply the condoms once it does. Many dating and relationship experts will tell you there are right and wrong answers to these questions, and that breaking these “rules” will land you back in singles territory quickly. But this post from Elite Daily makes a case for throwing out the dating rulebook and making these kinds of decisions on your own, according to what works for you and your partner. After all, every relationship is completely different, and what works for one couple may end up being disastrous for another. So, go ahead and ditch the rules, or make some of your own up based on what you're comfortable with.
Read the full article here: Sex Etiquette 101: Why There Should Be No Rulebook For the Bedroom