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    Should you tell him? I meet this boy a 3 weeks ago and he was touching me up. He want to go out with me but i'm scared all he wants is sex.
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    of course you should tell him... and if he continues anyway, then you don't go out with him. If he apologises and you still like each other, you do.

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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    Should you tell him? I meet this boy a 3 weeks ago and he was touching me up. He want to go out with me but i'm scared all he wants is sex.
    Well put it this why. If you ask him if all he wants is sex, he'll say no. If you tell him all he wants is sex, he'll say no. Go out with him and say do you want this to be a purely sex filled relationship, he'll say yes.
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    ok listen...i'm a guy...i'll tell you my honest opinion on this one...

    you're being paranoid here...

    just wait till you get to know him more....

    dont call him, dont ask him out for another date... just wait and see how he responds...

    NOW... let me tell you this...

    don't get freaked out or anything....

    this especially applies if you're a very attractive woman...

    let me pull my breath in....
    1...
    2...
    3...

    ALL MEN WANT SEX!


    phew...that was hard...

    yes, read it again... and read it one more time... all men want sex...

    BUT!

    there's a fine line that separates a MAN from a PERV! You have to find out what he is...

    Being interested in human psychology for ages, I give an advice...

    Watch out for clues like:
    - calling you more than once a day
    - buying you flowers and gifts every other day
    - turning up unexpected at some place you don't expect
    - touching you when you dont want him to
    - looking for approval from you
    ...or any kind of behaviour that gives you "creeps"

    If he does that, dump him...

    If not, watch out for clues like:
    - has his own life
    - doesn't "chase" you
    - gives you space
    - "knows" when to kiss you, call you, whatever...

    If yes, then go ahead and date him...
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    ok listen...i'm a guy...i'll tell you my honest opinion on this one...

    you're being paranoid here...

    just wait till you get to know him more....

    dont call him, dont ask him out for another date... just wait and see how he responds...

    NOW... let me tell you this...

    don't get freaked out or anything....

    this especially applies if you're a very attractive woman...

    let me pull my breath in....
    1...
    2...
    3...

    ALL MEN WANT SEX!


    phew...that was hard...

    yes, read it again... and read it one more time... all men want sex...

    BUT!

    there's a fine line that separates a MAN from a PERV! You have to find out what he is...

    Being interested in human psychology for ages, I give an advice...

    Watch out for clues like:
    - calling you more than once a day
    - buying you flowers and gifts every other day
    - turning up unexpected at some place you don't expect
    - touching you when you dont want him to
    - looking for approval from you
    ...or any kind of behaviour that gives you "creeps"

    If he does that, dump him...

    If not, watch out for clues like:
    - has his own life
    - doesn't "chase" you
    - gives you space
    - "knows" when to kiss you, call you, whatever...

    If yes, then go ahead and date him...
    LOL
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    Just dont do anything you dont want to.
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    Should you tell him? I meet this boy a 3 weeks ago and he was touching me up. He want to go out with me but i'm scared all he wants is sex.

    Yes you should tell him, if he's making you feel uncomfortable.
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    (Original post by zooropa)
    Yes you should tell him, if he's making you feel uncomfortable.
    Bloody hell, how many neg rep gems do you want
 
 
 
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