I am a fun, bubbly, warm, funny, kind/caring, and positive young woman. I know it sounds silly to say, but I made a Tinder earlier in the year thinking that people used it to find relationships and stupidly, I found out most used it for hookups.
Thinking it was a app for dating, I went on a date with a guy. He had many great qualities, we had fun spending time together and I went home confident that would hear from him again. We went out on a 2nd and 3rd date, and on the 3rd date we had sex.
Now, I of course regret sleeping with him a little too soon and know I could have waited a bit more. Long story short, he doesn't want to pursue me/be with me.
Do you think a man automatically assumes a woman is not girlfriend-material just because he meets her on Tinder? Does he assume that she is a "slut" or see her badly for it?
Do you think that the stigma he may have put on me prevented him from really getting to know me and appreciate my qualities?
I can't help but to blame myself for not having known better and feel I messed it up with a great guy. He probably thinks I'm a bimbo, even though I showed valuable qualities about me regardless.
Most Helpful Guy
he was only there for sex. it wasn't your fault1
Most Helpful Girl
your not valuable as a person if you have sex after three dates. He didn't reject you because you met on tinder - he rejected you because you had sex with him after only 3 days.0