Is it so bad that I’m not interested in this guy because he’s white and short?
So I met this guy after a night of my friends and I going dancing and having dinner! He and his friends started chatting with me and my friends. I really enjoyed their company just in the way that it was refreshing to actually have a night on the town and not have guys talk to you like you’re a piece of meat and they have a hidden agenda! They were just so cool, funny, chill, and wanted to talk about whatever. I can definitely get those vibes that this white guy is into me *I gave him my phone number because I was slightly drunk* and I’m not into him like that. I think he’s cool and I enjoy his company on a friend basis but
1.) I just got out of a heart wrenching relationship and I am through with committing passion to men for now. It’s time to focus on me and be passionate about things that aren’t going to make a mess out of my heart.
2.) He’s slightly shorter than me when I have on sneakers and I love my heels
3.) I’m not all that attracted to him physically
4.) I’m just through with dating and dealing with the games that men play and the damage men can do
5.) I’m paranoid about dating white guys because no offense, but they are usually ALWAYS prejudice or think that offensive racist comments and/or jokes are okay and acceptable when they’re not. I’m not interested in dealing with the possible unawareness that white privilege creates within a lot of white people.
He keeps trying to hang out and hint towards something romantic which I find annoying and pushy like stop forcing flirtation on me…I don’t want your lips on me and I don’t want to date you. Why do so many guys get pushy with flirting so early on? It puts pressure on us girls. Why does a good connection always have to be transformed into something romantic on a guy’s part? What should I do about this situation?
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Because guys aren't looking for females as friends for the most part. You tell him something like this "I really enjoy talking to you, but I don't have any romantic feelings for you. If you feel you can't continue as friends, I respect that, but know that I do not want to date you."7
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