Yeah, he was attracted and somewhat interested, but after sex was in the mix, he lost interest in pursuing things further.Why should he take her out on nice dates and wine and dine her when he can call her at 1 am when he’s feeling horny and get his needs met?You can blame it on biology and a man’s innate need to spread his seed, or on today’s culture which deems men who sleep with lots of women studs (and women who sleep with lots of men sluts), but it’s just the way it is.As such, women have control when it comes to sex and can decide whether to give in or not, while men have the control when it comes to commitment.They had an amazing time on the date, they continued to message, and he asked her out for the following Saturday early in the week.Another nice date with pleasant conversation and enjoying each other’s company (and some passionate making out) and he again reserved her for the following Saturday night.I stood silently as the whole thing started to unravel. They didn’t really know each other, all they knew were the superficial details that anyone else can be privy to.
So they had a passionate night together and continued to text one another but something had shifted…
I’ve dated guys like that, the ones who were ready to marry me on the first date, and I wasn’t flattered…I was freaked out.
The truth is, deciding when to sleep with a guy is important and will have an impact on your relationship. No girl has ever lost interest in a guy because he slept with her on the first date while guys lose interest in girls all the time for giving it up too soon.
They were still in contact; he would still text her messages full of sexual innuendos.
But sometimes he didn’t text for days at a time, or would just drop off mid-convo when she asked him about something non sex-related. She slept with him before they developed any sort of a real connection.