I've kissed a few women and did not go all the way as in intercourse. I want to know do you kiss guys you don't want to have intercourse with? If so why would you lead him on?
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Generally, no. If I'm kissing a guy, it's because I'm interested, either purely sexually, or romantically AND sexually. So eventually [and this may not even be a long period of time], I do want to have sex with them, and usually end up doing so at some point. If I'm not interested at all, I'll do my best to avoid kissing a guy if he tries to initiate it.
But we need to get one thing straight. Kissing a guy does not mean he's entitled to any other parts of my body other than what I'm offering up right then and there in a kiss. I should not have to be concerned about a guy getting 'too turned on' and 'not taking no for an answer'. That's f.ucking stupid. Consenting to a kiss is not consenting to sex. Kissing a guy, even if I DIDN'T want to have sex, is not 'leading him on', because I haven't promised or implied anything, and if I'm not planning on getting sexual right then, I tend to make that pretty clear. People sometimes kiss just for the sake of kissing, because they enjoy it, it's intimate and nonsexual. It doesn't HAVE to be nonsexual obviously, but a guy should not assume that every kiss he gets from a girl is sexual in nature. That's HIS mistake if he believes that, not hers. He's the one making the assumption and jumping to conclusions, and what he chooses to do with that judgement is his issue.1