posted on Nov, 7 2012 @ 05:05 AM
I think a legal contract of the sort is ridiculous and out of line. It means that you two aren't ready to be in a committed relationship and you two
need to spend a lot more time together, and at least you need to mature a little more. I can't ever ask anyone that I date to sign a contract. When
we date we know what I want and what they want and that's a long-term commitment with expectations to marry down the road and possibly having
children. If they can't conceive this idea then they're not worth trying anything with. I'm not going to have sex with someone I just met, and
they need to be deeply in love with me as I am with them. But at the end of the day there's no way I'll make them write on paper that they agree to
have children one day, love isn't a legal system.
Right now I'm in a new relationship after 7-years of being with someone that I had loved for a good amount of time, but my new relationship, although
fairly new has a very strong foundation, we know what we want in life, and we have similar or the same ideals. While everything seems perfect so far,
3-months is about a good amount of time to wait for sex, at least scientifically because by the third month infatuation tends to leave but love
doesn't. I guess those are my personal rules for it but we'll have sex when we're ready regardless how long or short its been.