When Did Women Start Accepting Less


When Did Women Start Accepting Less

Name: Calypso | Location: NYC ,  |Question:
Moxie,  I met "Bob" at the end of the summer. At first we hungout as
friends. He'd invite me to happy hour w/ his friends and I'd do the same. One
night while out and drinking we shared our first kiss. I went home with him that
evening but nothing happened. He gave me pajamas and we shared the same bed but
that was it. We didnt have sex.  

We hungout a few more times after
that.  The last time we hungout turned from simple happy hour drinks to 2 days
in his apt - at the end of the night he asked me to come home with him (we both
called off work and stayed glued on his sofa watching tv, eating food and making
out from thurs night until sat morning BUT no sex again).  Since those 2 days
we've texted some, Facebook'ed some but that is it.  I've invited him out a
couple of times but he couldn't come (friends in town and sick). He texted me
last week to see if I was hanging out but I wasn't. 

I'm really
attracted to this guy. We have things in common. He makes me laugh etc etc.
What's my next move? I'd like to see where this thing (if it's even that) could
lead.  Is there anything for me to even react on? Do you even think he's
inerested?  |Age: 32


is no next move for you. If he's interested, he'll get in touch with
you and ask you out. He won't send you that last minute text to see
what you're up to because he has no other plans.

I know you think
he was being a gentleman by not pushing for sex, but all he was doing
was hoping you'd change your mind. And really, if you're going to play
house for two days, you should be putting out. Or you shouldn't be
playing house.

It's bad enough when women blow off previously
made plans for some guy who contacts her last minute. But work? When
people are getting laid off left and right? That's just foolish. That
would actually make me think less of the guy. Unless you're actually
sick, you go to work.

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