No sex before marriage dating site
Doing it out of a sense of "I have to do this or else..." ruins that intimacy, and, frankly, any man who truly loved you wouldn't want that.
Also, as a Catholic, ask yourself what dating is for.
I realize that's not that old, but for 28 years before this, I sought love and was consistently rejected, but in time, God provided, and abundantly beyond measure. That's what it feels like to be in a relationship where you don't have to deal with worrying about putting out or the stress of being the sole sexual gatekeeper in the relationship. I had always compromised a bit, so instead I made a list of my real non-negotiables. I then got on OKCupid, answered like 200 questions, and set my search parameters for someone local-ish who met my criteria and matched at 90% or higher. I got involved in local young adult groups (actually, helped get one going).
A few months later, I found this guy on OKCupid and it's the best thing ever.
The problem here isn't necessarily just ' We're not having sex and I want to have sex' but ' We're not having sex, uh, is this even serious? I bet I'm the only guy she gives this treatment to.' My wife and I were fortunate enough to meet at a little Catholic college that was super orthodox and did not attract people who weren't down with the Church's teachings.
Remember, above all else you must seek God and heaven, and so seek a relationship consistent with this. Things may not come when you want them, but if you're truly called to the vocation of marriage God will provide a way. I know the kinds of mental gymnastics you can put yourself through.
I'm 28 and in the very first relationship of my life, but it's with the woman I'm going to marry. I've been in long relationships and short relationships where this was an element, to varying degrees. You know that feeling when you're in the deep end of the pool and you're swimming to the surface and those last few feet are so difficult but you break the surface and that first gasp of air feels amazing? Get outside your comfort zone, if what you're doing isn't working figure out a way to tweak it and do something different.
A friend of mine did something similar with online dating, but she met a guy who lives five hours north and they're so happy and making it work.
Not trying to keep it brief, but honestly you've just gotten rid of a lot of guys you don't want already in a marriage.