If I had no further information, and assuming that we were seeing each other regularly (at least once a week), I'd find it really odd to wait 3 months. If the potential partner had a temporary medical condition preventing it, and I really liked him, I'd wait it out.If it was a long term medical condition preventing it, we'd need to have a talk about alternate forms of sexual connection and how we can both get our needs met within the constraints of his condition.
I have been faithful the whole time and have not been “shopping around”, but after that three month mark he became clingy and desperate.
Here are the top ten signs that your honeymoon period is about to come to an unceremonious end: 10. This might also have something to do with #9..suddenly spending the night together doesn't necessarily mean you're going to have sex. We try to be the cool girlfriend that lets everything roll off her back. When she's finally gone, you will most likely see us cry a few times in one week.
That's when shit starts to get real and you can really decide if the person you're dating is the person you want to give the privilege of entering as "life partner" in your phone. This is okay, because you can always go have Thai food with your friends and he can always go see Expendables 3 with his friends. You would rather spend the night at your own apartment than go to the trouble of packing an overnight bag to stay at his place..if it means *yikes* not seeing each other for a night. All women know that guys usually freak out at the first sign of "overly emotional," so we make our best effort to keep our insecurities and panic attacks at bay during those first blissful twelve months (I think I only made it to seven months).
If he had an emotional baggage, religious or moral reasons to wait, I'd probably decline and break it off, because that's just too different from my process to make us compatible long term anyhow. I never expect it on the first date - usually on the second.
But if she still hasn't put out by the third date I'm going to seriously doubt whether we'd ever be sexually compatible. Seriously though, if both people are enjoying each other's company and having fun dating or just hanging out together then that can go on as long as both parties are happy that way.