Pirouette Posted May 24, 2010 Share Posted May 24, 2010 I'm sure this topic has been discussed before, but I know ya'll folks will give it to me straight on this situation. I've liked this guy for a while. We met through dance classes. He's invited me to go rock climbing with him on several occasions. We were never more than friends, even though I had a major crush on him for the past four months. About two months ago, I told him I liked him and wanted to spend more time with him. He didn't want to pursue anything with me because he knew I was looking for a serious relationship, and he's just looking to hang out and have "fun." Okay, so I backed off for a good six weeks, but last week I started a new dance class and he was there. He asked me if I wanted to grab a bite to eat with him and hang out. So we did, and had a great time. I ended up inviting him to my place to watch a movie, and we ended up having a crazy make out session. He wanted to have sex with me, but I just wasn't ready and said no. Then it became pretty apparent how different our approaches to sex are. He just wants to have casual sex, and I don't. I prefer to wait for marriage, but I will be intimate with someone if I think he loves me. A couple of days later, I asked him about how he felt about me after a dance social. He told me he liked me but he didn't think we would be a good match because I am more religious and I'm looking for a serious relationship. He, on the other hand, is not as religious, has lots of friends who are girls, likes to flirt, likes to drink, recently got let go from his job, and has some health problems. Not to mention he lives with his parents. He said he wants to get his ish together and thinks I'm too "straight" and too good for him, and he can't understand why I like him. Should I bother explaining why I like him or just let it go and forget it? Link to comment
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