Me and the guy I'm dating were making out for around an hour and he started getting more aggressive and started pushing his hard on so I just pulled myself away and said sorry.
He was fine with it and we were talking as usual but after that he isn't texting me as often as he usually does. Should I text him? Will that push him away? I am interested in him but I think its too soon.
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Hmm. Well, this is a great question. And one you should be asking guys about, not hearing bad-mouthing from your girlfriends, so bravo for that.
As to your behavior - You're not doing anything wrong at all. While, that result is the same, you haven't technically 'teased' him. Girls are only teases when they act that way intentionally. Your in the clear. And on a personal note, I really like a girl that takes things slow. It is so rare to find one your age, with any sort of moral compass. Be proud of yourself for that. Furthermore, every relationship I've ever had with a girl who put out fast, never lasted nearly as long as the relationships I had when the girl and I took things slow. Granted, I prefer to take things slow, myself - Sex will make me feel good for forty-five minutes, while a loving relationship will make me happy for years.
As to his behavior - I don't see anything odd or inappropriate there. When a guy is suddenly stopped, he should be OK with it, but needs some time apart form you. Its and instinctual thing. With any sexual satisfaction off the table, we want to stop any and all proceedings that could lead us back in that direction. He's not mad at you. Not at all. He just has to be away from anything that makes him horny. He'll be back to normal when all the blood returns to his brain.
So remember - your not being a tease at all; he's not being a jerk; and he's not mad or upset with you at all.
Everything is cool, Sweetheart. Good luck, and God bless.1