In Song of Solomon, we get the formula of wait, wait, go for it. Maybe you want to make up your own formula, like if it feels good do it. Get lots of experience so that you will know when it is the real thing.
Some problems with that:
If you have vast experience at sex, it becomes something to make your body feel good, and maybe the other person will feel good too, if they are lucky.
When you find the right person and it doesn’t last, you try again. But this isn’t your first rodeo. You know that it is kind of like riding a bull — fun for a short time, but then comes the face plant when you fall off.
The experience starts working against you. It becomes really hard to fully trust the next person and then the next person.
Consider this: God created sex. Maybe he knows how to use it to the best advantage. Maybe he isn’t trying to ruin all your fun, but to increase your fun beyond anything you could ask for or imagine.