I'm about to have sex for the first time with a guy , and he said if we have chemistry he would definitely continue to see me.
And I wonder if the chemistry is strong that it leads to the desire to continue seeing each other, is it possible?
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Sometimes sex can lead to dating. My partner and I started out as friends with benefits, and have now been together for 6 years.
That said, it sounds like this guy is only interested in sex with you. That's not necessarily a bad thing, so long as YOU'RE only interested in sex. If you're having sex with him in hopes that he'll want something more, there's a good chance that this will end badly for you. There's a good chance that he won't be interested in anything more, and you'll probably end up feeling used and hurt.
As others have said, sex doesn't lead to chemistry. You find out if you have chemistry with another person by spending time with them and getting to know them. You might find that you have sexual chemistry, but that's not the same as want-to-be-in-a-relationship-with-you chemistry.
This situation sounds very unequal, like he's calling the shots. It sounds like you want something more, but he just wants you for sex. It sounds like he's just giving you the impression that it COULD lead to something more so that you'll agree to sex, but he doesn't really care if it doesn't lead to more (and may even feel that it probably won't).0