Met girl online seemed really keen to meet up, so met up with her. Seemed really nice, had loads of common interests, but seemed like had a bit of hard front up. We went to the beach and she wanted to go there, she wanted to go skinny dipping, but was too cold. We sat on the beach talking about things, She started to soften up and tell me all about her life, turns out she a Christian, and only slept with one person and she hadn't had sex for 8 months and I hadn't had sex for a year.
Before the night was over she said she wanted to see me again! She’s 18 and I’m 21, we started to hit it off, she said that she wanted to see my again, this was our first meeting and we went back to mine. We got into bed and we had sex and that but I wouldn't say she was slut; she wasn’t very experienced at anything. Anyway the whole night went pretty much perfect. Everything was fine in the morning, I dropped her home we kissed and said would see her soon :). I sent her a message later that day saying thanks for the evening etc., but got no reply. I sent her another text later that day saying she had left her mark on me the only reply I was "decent x " I left it till later that evening and sent her a message saying how are you? X she read it and didn’t reply, So then here comes my mistake, I sent some texts that were kind of needy saying that could she be honest with me and if she wanted to use me for sex she could of said.
I’m starting to think she felt a bit used etc. and ashamed, however I haven’t spoke to her for almost a week now and want to talk to her again but I’m not sure what to say and whether it’s possible to rectify this.
She was the one that said we clicked and I thought the same. So I’m a bit confused as to what to do, If you have any queries please feel free to ask and I shall.
My friend is also on the website and he started talking to her Tuesday evening and she said she was seeing someone and that was on the Tuesday and that she had only started seeing them very recently. I don’t know if this implying to me or someone else. I don’t want to come across needy, what to do?
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Wow... I don't think she's playing games and I wouldn't say she's not innocent. I would very much think that she is feeling increadibly guilty and ashamed, and maybe even a little used. She probably feels like she gave you the wrong impression of herself, and doesn't want to be the girl that she was that night with you. As a Christian whose had sex and felt horribly guilty afterward, I think the better response would have been "We don't have to have sex again if you don't want to, I'm sorry if you fealt pressured, but I really enjoy talking to you and would like to continue to do so."1