I've been seeing a guy since new year's eve and we meet up quite frequently just the two of us. When we meet up we flirt A LOT and hold hands/cuddle/spoon (which he often initiates), but we haven't taken things any further even though I've been giving him quite obvious signs that I want him to kiss me etc.
I know he's relatively shy, but if I'm giving him all the signs then surely he wouldn't be scared to do it as he wouldn't be rejected? I know me making the move would be the easiest thing but I'm relatively shy too and can't seem to pluck up the courage, especially now I'm not sure he's interested because he hasn't tried to do anything.
In short, how do I ask him why he won't kiss me without it sounding as blunt as that? Even if he said he didn't like me like that, I just want to know
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How to ask him why he's not "making the move"? watch
- Thread Starter
- 02-03-2016 22:03
- 02-03-2016 22:37
Maybe he's shy too? Maybe he doesn't what to be too pushy because everything is deemed as ''rapey'' these days by feminists and you need a ''consent contract'' to even look at a girl? My advice is go ahead and kiss him, you are far less likely to get rejected, never mind be accused of sexual assault or who knows what else.
- 02-03-2016 22:42
asking why somebody isn't "making the move" *is* making a move...