If I may ask, how were you "taken advantage of" by guys you were interested in?
They just want sex. People describe me as a kind person so they think that I’ll just say yes to their demands for sex and if I say no then the guilt trip me into it. I still haven’t been fooled though. Had a guy who tried to force me to date him because in his mind women have no rights to say no to a man. It got so bad that my dad got involved.
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So you've ghosted guys because they didn't state their intentions and you believed they just wanted sex in that case?
Its hard to explain more generally since it's usually a case to case thing but like pretty much yes I can tell when a guy just wants sex sometimes.
If you met up with a guy a few times and he showed interest in you but didn't bring up sex, and also didn't bring up where things were going with you two, would you ghost/end things with him? Or would you just ask him what his intentions are?
Like it just really depends on the guy and the vibes you know, it's really hard to say generally for every situation. But I would have preferred that we kissed by then and maybe talked about what were looking for.
Ok. Thanks for the input
But why did you want to end things? Was it because they were needy, or they wanted things you didn't want, or didn't state their intentions? Or multiple of those?
Incompatibility, it's never just one thing.
No matter how diplomatic you are a lot of men become angry and violent when rejected. I'm talking about online and the very beginning of meeting each other. However, if it's a relationship each party deserves an answer. If the person becomes violent or refuses to be rejected then ghosting is all right.
What do you mean by "initiate?" Like initiate kisses, or dates, or what?
Even the basic things as messages ! Unless I messaged he would Reply back if I didn’t message he would NOT do it