You shouldn't be dating him. You're both gonna be better off, if you break things off honestly. I'm sure he'll find someone who's attracted to him, and hopefully he'll see that you care enough about him not to lead him on. :D
Be honest and tell him, you are not attracted to him in a physical way. Better to be honest and hurt him now and maybe remain friends, than to string him along and have him hating you later and him feeling you used him.
no you should not unless you decide just to be friends with benefits
You don't need to think they're gorgeous, but the idea of making out with them needs to be appealing. If you dont' feel something for them on a physical level, you shouldn't be in a monogamous relationship with them. Let them go find someone who does want them.
That's true even if you're not sexually active. "waiting" does not mean you can date people you don't want in the future either.
If All possible, @EMP143, before this Goes onto Be More in Store, Tell him, face to face, that you would like to be friends and that you are Not... Ready for a Steady Eddy Real Relationship at 16. Sometimes you have to Sugarcoat Someone Special to Avoid a 'Real' Heartbreak that they may or may not be able To... Take. Good luck. xx
Probably not. What is the point in dating someone you're not attracted too? It's not going to go anywhere and if it does you're not really going to be happy and neither is he if you don't really like him that way.
If you are not attracted to your boyfriend, he is not your boyfriend. But then again at age 16 you may not have that feeling yet. Are you attracted to other guys? If you are attracted to other guy at a physical and emotional level, then this guy who you claim to be your boyfriend really isn't. However if you are not attracted physically to anyone yet, then this guy is an okay boyfriend