So I asked another question on here and a guy told me it was rude to tell a guy that I am not interested when he asks me out.
This guy asked me out over text (I had several reasons for not liking him, none of which were nice, i. e. he's not very bright, stuff like that) and I said "I'm sorry, I'm not interested :/"
He proceeded to ask me out a couple more times. To which I replied again, "I'm sorry, I am not interested."
Now, this guy is telling me I should come up with lies, a good example of which being: "I think I'm asexual."
I find this ludicrous/hilarious. I should for one, have to lie about my sexual orientation to protect a guy's ego? Rejection is a part of most people's lives! (I'm a girl and have experienced unrequited feelings so yeah I know it hurts.) But lying about your sexuality is a bit extreme.
Especially considering he lives in my area and if he saw me with a future boyfriend I don't think he'd be too happy.
So..."I'm not interested, sorry!" vs "I think I'm asexual"
- saying you're not interested IS rude as fuckVote A
- saying you're not interested is NOT rudeVote B