We laugh a lot together, he thinks I'm funny and fun. He opened up to me very quickly and said he doesn't know why he did but he felt comfortable doing it.
He has met my family and makes time to see me.
We've made plans and stuff like things we want to do together.
But I feel like he only thinks with one head at a time.
He usually doesn't touch me first, I typically break the touch barrier but he always initiatives the kissing. Once we are laying down and cuddling he is nonstop kissing and groping and all that and its hard to have a real conversation because he's in sex mode or whatever. We've only ever kissed though. We haven't gone further.
But he compliments my body a lot and often says "you're driving me crazy" or "you're frustrating me" when I'm cuddling with him or kissing him. But he has said more than once that he isn't trying to get in my pants right now and that he would want to wait. His actions seem to indicate otherwise but I think he just gets too excited but I can't tell.
One thing he said that rubbed me the wrong way was when I told him "patience young one" when he was waiting for me to get home so I could see him and he said "haha I have to have a ton with you" and this was after the night he'd said he'd wait to have sex with me if we seriously dated.
but usually when we're not horizontal he is more of a gentleman. Seems more interested in me and not my body. He's 17, I'm 18, so could it just be that he can't think with both heads at the same time or is he more interested in sex than in a relationship or what?
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He's a guy. He is really interested in you sexually. You said that he acts like a gentleman when you are not intimate, so to answer your question: he wants sex just as much as any guy his age. So, if you are offended by that, then break it off. Just looking at posts like these make me wonder why you children should be spooning and kissing in the first place. If you are doing those things, you will eventually have sex, and yet you are complaining about it. If you don't want to do it, stop putting yourself in a position for temptation for yourself and for him.
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