Do you feel more attached to a woman after you've had sex with her?

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  • No. That's especially true if a woman is operating under the mistaken assumption that having sex with a guy is the way to increase his affection/attraction to her, or keep him interested when he otherwise wouldn't be. THe attraction needs to be there BEFORE sex for it to be there AFTER. Sex doesn't make someone's attractiveness "grow".

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  • I wouldn’t call it attraction, but there is most definitely that after sex bliss where you just want to lie there in total exhaustion with your arms around each other. Sex is supposed to be physically draining and completely satisfying. Lying there with someone that you care about in that state of mind is paradise.

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  • Sometimes!

  • Generally yes, maybe not the first time but over time for sure

  • Yes.
    This often is the first step toward a male falling in love with a woman.

  • I do not feel more attached after sex. I am restless, and after we’ve had a sex a few times, I am feeling ready to move on. I don’t always move on, but I always think about it.

  • Not necessarily, there's a difference between sex and love making. For a man typically the sex has no emotion attached. It's just for the pleasure

  • Of course. For a lot of men, intercourse is the most intimate act they can possibly commit with a female. Generally speaking, women bond through emotions, men bond through sex.

    Wish women would realize that.

  • It is sort of the other way around. I usually had sex after I got attached.

  • It has happened, yes.

  • Yes.

  • Yes I do

  • Nope.
    Oxytocin doesn't hit guys as much as it does the gals.

    • That’s BS. Oxytocin doesn’t discriminate. It effects everyone equally. Maybe you just don’t produce enough?

  • Yes, but I want a strong foundation before sex.

  • Depends on the woman.

    • What about a woman you've been in a committed relationship with for months-years?

    • If she doesn't make sex a battle (i. e using sex as a weapon) than yes.

  • Increased attraction starts way before sex.

    Starting with a look then a kiss, a kiss will amplify attraction if the spark is there

  • Yes, usually, unless it was bad sex.

  • No i don't

  • Definitely. But that's not a reason to have sex if you don't want to.

  • after good sex and lots of affection? Yes!

  • Nope

  • Yes, sex make everything hot..

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