In a study of over 26,000 Americans, which was published in the Archives of Sexual Behavior, participants reported having sex 54 times a year, which averages out to approximately once a week.This reported frequency was found to be about nine sexual interactions a year lower since a similar study was conducted in 1990.
But according to other studies and experts on the topic, there is a considerable range of lower than average sexual frequencies.
That is, if we are fighting or falling out of love with our partner, not having sex could be a symptom of a much larger problem.
However, if we are simply busy, sick, navigating parenthood, or identify as asexual (and the list goes on), then it may be more circumstantial and nothing to panic over. & Impett, E., Sexual Frequency Predicts Greater Well-Being, But More is Not Always Better, Social Psychology and Personality Science, 7, 4, 295-302.
Everyone is different — and so is every type of relationship.
If you want to hookup after the first date and it feels right for both of you, then why the hell not?