I mean I get that it's probably not the most likely thing, and I'm hesitant to put my feelings into something that's probably just going to hurt a lot later. I met this guy a couple months ago, like back in August, on Tinder and went back to his place the first time I met him, but we didn't have sex until maybe the forth or fifth time we hooked up. He did say from the beginning that he wasn't looking for a relationship, and we had a catch up a couple weeks ago and he said he was in the same place.
So normally I would just believe what he said and not hope for anything more. But we've recently started texting and hanging out a lot more - we text every single day now, and we'll meet up for dinner once a week before we have sex. All this time together is turning my head for sure, so I'm wondering if it's maybe doing the same thing to him. He's kind of a quiet, shy type, and without going into mean, crude details the sex has been a bit unsatisfactory for him, which leads me to wonder exactly why we're continuing to have it. I'm still fucking him because I like him. How can I know if he's still fucking me for the same reasons?
I don't think he's seeing any other girls, like I said we text all the time and hang out a bunch. He doesn't have time to have another woman on the side and I bet he doesn't have the girl skills, either. I want to transition from this weird thing where he's taking up space in my life and yet not being my boyfriend to taking up space in my life and being my boyfriend. I'd like boy catching advice, I guess.
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Call me closed minded, called me a moron, whatever, but I'm gonna speak my mind.
For the fuckin' life of me, I can NEVER understand why a girl, or a guy for that matter, would EVER want a committed relationship with a person who is apparently not above using your body as an inanimate sex object.
Think about it.
Let me fuck you, but let's not mix feelings and emotions into it. Hey, you know, feelings and emotions? That thing that marks you as a human being?
Sure, that sounds SO MUCH like someone I would want to build the foundations of a strong relationship with.5
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