Best dating 3 months no kiss

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October 1, 2018 at 9:09 am met online- dating 3 months- he does not try anything physical!! Desperately need advice. Met someone online three months ago and we had 14 dates. We live an hour and 15 minutes apart. We both agree that we are seeking long-term relationships. He is gentlemanly- opens doors, pays for dates… We end each date with a hug and quick kiss on closed lips. I have showed my attraction to him- flirting and touching him – he doesn’t reciprocate.

There have been numerous times when we are alone- dinner at each other homes, dark movie theaters, etc. but he never holds my hand or puts an arm around me.

Since he lives in a resort area and I live in a rural area- he asks me to come see him every weekend. I have met his family and friends- all welcoming. I should mention that we both still currently have profiles on line. There has been no talk of exclusivity. I am becoming more confused.

Honestly, I have wondered is he gay? Am I considered just a friend? Am I over-reacting here? Help!!! October 1, 2018 at 4:52 pm Hi- thanks for responding! He is 58 years old, divorced, and has had a post divorce relationship.

I actually thought perhaps he has some performance difficulties in the bedroom. It’s just becoming frustrating because he plans romantic dates- sunset cruise, cozy candle-lit restaurants, etc..

yet doesn’t initiate anything physically. Also, we watched a movie at his house and he sat on a chair while I sat on the sofa!! I do like him and I have flirted with him and touched his arm/leg while talking but he doesn’t reciprocate. He initiates all contact. I guess to me it’s just starting to feel odd and I am not sure how to express this. October 2, 2018 at 8:54 am Sorry there goes my theory, I wasn’t sure how old he was. Could be that he’s majorly lost his confidence perhaps but I agree 3 months is quite a long time.

It’s a difficult subject to broach I guess, the only theory I can come to is that he’s trying to establish a strong base before taking things further physically, maybe it’s self preservation on his part. I think it would be reasonable to try and talk to him about it perhaps you could ask him his general opinion on what his views are on relationships and how long it should be before you get physical…he may pick up on the hint and open up to you a bit.

It’s worth a shot before you end up writing it off I guess October 2, 2018 at 10:21 am Hi- thanks for your reply. My closest friend has the same exact theory as you- he is building a strong base before deciding to move things along. In one way it is refreshingly different yet at the same time it can be frustrating when we are in a romantic situation and there isn’t even a small gesture like holding my hand.

I think I will just continue to go with it, have fun, and see what naturally unfolds. Thanks for your input! October 2, 2018 at 11:29 am “I have showed my attraction to him- flirting and touching him – {he doesn’t reciprocate}.” Move on!

Just because he was married doesn’t mean he’s not gay. Rock Hudson and Elton John were once married to women too! Secondly he may be impotent or unable to perform sexually. I knew a woman who married a guy in which they did not have pre-marital sex. He was a minister and she was also very religious. After they were married he revealed to her due to his previous bouts with cancer he was unable to sexually preform. His cancer came back and she cared for him during the 7 years of their sexless marriage until he died.

Odds are in 2018 if a man is dating a woman who is giving him the “green light” and he ignores it something is usually “wrong”. Most guys subscribe to the 3 date rule. I know of no man who would go 3 months without a single wet kiss! Generally people who want to wait actually want you to become (emotionally invested) because it makes it harder for you to walk away them. • This reply was modified 2 months, 2 weeks ago by . October 2, 2018 at 4:11 pm Hi Dashingscorpio- thanks for the feedback.

In the back of my mind- I feel like something is off with this too, hence why I posted my concerns here. It is hard for me to believe that a hot blooded male can last three months without anything more than a quick peck on the lips. I enjoy time with this guy so even if he ends up just being a friend- I am ok with that. I am multi-dating and have met another guy that I like as well so there are definitely possibilities. October 4, 2018 at 4:00 pm I’m a big believer in asking direct questions.

Don’t give into your fear, ask and wait for his answer. Ask the question in a non-threatening manner.

Something like, “I really like you XXXX, are we on a track where we become an exclusive couple with a physical and emotional relationship that is part of the deal?” You can sweeten the communication with a “I’m ready if you are?” But give him a chance to air his side. His answer may not come until he “thinks about it…” because guys are notorious for wanting to keep their options open and not being put on the spot.

If all you can get is a timeline for having another discussion, I’d call that a win. October 8, 2018 at 12:01 pm Thanks JP- that is good sound advice that I will take. I saw him this weekend and again- while we were hanging around his house waiting for an event we were going to- he sat all the way across the living room from me. Like I have cooties or something! This was our 16th date!

We spent 10 hours together and it ended with the usual quick peck on the lips and a quick hug. It is starting to feel odd and awkward.

I am starting to think of him as just a friend. We have been dating almost 4 months now and are starting to see each other twice a week. It is definitely time for direct communication. October 17, 2018 at 6:29 pm Reply To: met online- dating 3 months- he does not try anything physical!!

I can probably relate exactly where he is coming from.. There is a woman I am seeing.. been on 10 dates now and not moved thing to the bedroom, kiss after every date, touch her butt, touch her.

Here’s the odd thing.. I know how to read all the signs.. the first date went so well she offered for me to come up to her place.. pretty much grabbed my hand and said I could come to bed with her to sleep wink wink.. I backed off and said I had work very soon. I have been on dates with other women and fully happy and confident about going to bed with them when they were ready.

I’m not a virgin, I love women, I love sex. However, this one woman.. she has given all the signals letting me know she’s ready and it’s ok to move forward..

however… it’s like this… weird barrier.. I start to think in my head “wait for the perfect moment, make it perfect” Before I know it the night is over and another opportunity has been missed with her. My guess is he needs you to move it along October 18, 2018 at 2:07 pm Reply To: met online- dating 3 months- he does not try anything physical!!

hes’ definitely interested for sure. 14-15 dates? romantic ones? kisses on lips. met his friends and familiy? Interest in more than friends is definitely there (UNLESS he introduces you as his “friend” – then that’s different). I’m going with the impotent theory here which coincides with a more telling trait – lack of libido.

I’m going to suggest that you initiate a bit more here and push the level of intimacy more. But DO NOT push it towards sex.. slowly build up to that and show him that you’re with him for him, enjoy him, and it isn’t about sex.. doen’st have to be about sex..

the cuddling, kssing, touching, all that other stuff is good too. He’ll eventually get the confidence to go ahead and get ultimately intimate without being insecure. You will have to be understanding if he IS impotent and do the “its okay.. we’ll figure it out.. being with you is the key..” thing. hopefully that gets him over the hump.. November 26, 2018 at 8:03 pm Reply To: met online- dating 3 months- he does not try anything physical!!

If he isn’t trying to be physical after that many dates just ask him what is up. You don’t have time to waste on people that aren’t willing to really chase you. If you need more affection then tell him. If he can’t give it then move on.

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best dating 3 months no kiss

Dear Captain Awkward, I am going to try and make a long story short. For months (and months), I ogled a handsome coworker from afar (actually not from afar; from pretty close). Never in a million years did I think this guy would entertain the idea of going out with me (I was your typical newspaper staff nerd/underacheiver in high school; he was a 4.0 football player, I’m talkative, he’s extremely quiet, etc.) – but, after months of debating whether or not to ask him out, I finally did and he said yes.

Fast-forward a bit. We’ve hung out about three or four times now and we get along well, have plenty to talk about, and make each other laugh. He wants to pay for my food when we go out to eat (I let him the first time, but I covered my half to his dismay the second – just because I don’t want him to associate me with draining his wallet).

Everything seems to say “date” when we go out and yet … there’s a catch. Enter the awkward. The past two times we hung out (I’m not even going to count the first time during which we simply parted with a smile and a wave), we’ve parted ways with a hug.

A HUG. We are in our twenties, Captain, and I’m not saying I want to rush things, but why hasn’t this guy tried to kiss me? Sometimes I conclude that I’ve been shoved (never to emerge again) headfirst into the Friend Zone.

I don’t want to push him (or make things more awkward by bringing it up) away. What do you think? Hi there! What do I think? I think you should let go of defining yourself (and this dude) as being the “typical” anything according to who you were in high school. I think that you should let go of the idea that it’s the man’s job to initiate the kissing stuff the way you’ve let go of the idea that it’s his job to do the paying for stuff. Do you want to kiss him? Then the next time you go out, ask if you can kiss him and see how that goes.

I think that the thing where you don’t want to “make it more awkward” is why this blog exists. It’s already awkward. You want to kiss him, and you’re not sure he wants to kiss you.

By moving things along, you’re just making it differently awkward, and one step closer to maybe getting what you want.

Reporting Live from the Metanarrative: If you’re a straight woman, I get that it feels totally awesome and right to have a handsome man you like move in for that first kiss or ask if he can kiss you.

It’s what you’ve been trained to want by every representation of romance in the media ever (exception below), and then it feels really good on its own because hey, kissing!, and it makes you feel pretty and chosen? So it rings all the bells of “ This is what romance is like!” You’re not ruining feminism if you like that (I really, really like that).

But I think that it feels really good for humans to be desired by other humans that they desire, full stop. “ A human I like wants to kiss me!” Gay people have to navigate that all the time without worrying about whose “job” it is to do the kissing, so take a lesson from them and go for it. If he’s not into your kisses, he’ll tell you, and then you’ll know. It will be differently awkward, but totally survivable and ok. Actually, when my now husband and I first went out, he asked if he could kiss me, and it felt TOTALLY WEIRD for him to ask me.

Why didn’t he just do it? I guess I’d never had anyone verbalize what they wanted before. Sign #1 that he was better for me than the others, I suppose! Good luck, LW. Just try it, and it’ll be resolved either way. I will hope on your behalf that he responds the way you want him to! Kiss away! You asked him out, right? Maybe he doesn’t like making the first move. Maybe he’s scared of making things awkward. HOWEVER CAVEAT WARNING: there is a slight possibility that he took your paying for part of the meal/activity as a non-interest flag.

Which, if true, also leads to a slight possibility that he has some retrograde ideas about women/men/dating/money/etc. (Well, let’s be honest. The possibility that he has some retrograde ideas about those things is sky high, because, the patriarchy/capitalism.

But hopefully he is well on his journey to Feminist/Humanist good times.) So just be aware. Maybe take him bowling, to see if he’ll use the . This is what I was going to say. Some well-meaning idiot may have told him that going dutch means it’s not a date. Disabuse him of this notion! Also, I had this same problem with a dude I dated a while back and it turned out he just wasn’t picking up what I was putting down.

I had to use my words, and then yay! Makeouts! I agree with the caveat. As a someone who floats the feminist/traditional dating line, I had to be told at one point that lots of men like to pay for dates because it feels sexy to be generous — think of it as a version of a pretty bra?

Dating in the current age? Complicated. Which is why using anything we’d like from our tool chest — dating paying, pretty lingerie, WORDS, kissing, is all worth using in combination.

So, yes, totally kiss the guy. You can also try out the less agressive sexy moves first, like putting a hand on the arm/hand/small of the back and see how that works out. Has there been any of that? When I like someone, I usually really, really want to touch them. Also helpful to kissing bravery? Setting the scene. I like sexy walks to pretty, secluded, romantic places, like parks with groves of trees, pretty bandshells, or the Tadao Ando room at the Art Institute. “Maybe he doesn’t like making the first move.

Maybe he’s scared of making things awkward.” This! Maybe he’s wondering why you haven’t kissed him. Maybe he hasn’t kissed many people.

Maybe he’s worried about offending you or making you think he’s only interested in a physical relationship. Maybe he’s missed all your signals about how much you’d like to kiss him.

Maybe he’s picky about who he kisses and hasn’t decided if he wants to go there with you. Maybe he thinks he has bad breath. Maybe someone’s told him he’s a bad kisser. There are many possibilities. LW, kiss him! Or don’t kiss him. Or, the next time you part, smile slightly mischeviously and say, “How about a goodnight kiss?” Whatever’s more your style.

Also, maybe I am weird and and socially malfunctioning, but three dates doesn’t seem like a ridiculously long time to go without a kiss? You are still getting to know each other!

I mean, yes, you work together, but now you are getting to know each other in a different context. Personally, I would barely be holdong someone’s hand after three dates, because that is my speed and that is okay.

In my late teens or early twenties, there was this beautiful, intelligent, mysterious man I desired. He went on a couple of dates(?) with me and was generally all flirtatious, and I was wondering what on earth was going on and should I kiss him or not? Finally, I decided to go for it, and he actually dodged out of the way.

It was humiliating, and I sobbed my heart out into my roommate’s shoulder afterward, but when I finally got to where I could be like, “Hey, so I tried to kiss you and you DODGED. I am guessing you’re not into me like I thought you were,” he admitted that he was only dating me to try and get over his ex girlfriend, and actually he wasn’t over her at all, and he didn’t realize this until I tried to kiss him on date two.

But you know what? If I hadn’t just freaking GONE for it, I would have gone on who knows how many more Oh My God Is This A Date Or Not For Reals. And I dated many more people after that, and anyway, dating is like interviewing for a job. If you don’t get the job, whatever. You got some practice, and you learned some techniques for next time, and maybe it wasn’t that you’re awful, but they already picked someone and were interviewing others as a sort of competitive bidding process anyway.

I don’t mean “trying.” I mean, do you think the guy wants to kiss/fuck/whatever? When I think of my own experiences my gut is usually right. If I think they want it, I offer. If I don’t get that vibe, we hang out as non-physical friends, if that’s what I want with them, or if not we stop hanging out. THIIIIIIIIIIIS: I think you should let go of defining yourself (and this dude) as being the “typical” anything according to who you were in high school.

I think that you should let go of the idea that it’s the man’s job to initiate the kissing stuff the way you’ve let go of the idea that it’s his job to do the paying for stuff.

Do you want to kiss him? Then the next time you go out, ask if you can kiss him and see how that goes. and THIIIIIIIIIIIIS: If you’re a straight woman, I get that it feels totally awesome and right to have a handsome man you like move in for that first kiss or ask if he can kiss you. It’s what you’ve been trained to want by every representation of romance in the media ever (exception below), and then it feels really good on its own because hey, kissing!, and it makes you feel pretty and chosen?

So it rings all the bells of “This is what romance is like!”. Case in point, dear LW: as far as “conventional and socially acceptable dating patterns” go, my current boyfriend and I did everything backwards: we slept together first and then we started dating–with me asking him out–and you know what?

I’ve never been with someone who was so eager to please me, both inside and outside of the sack; I’ve never had more engaging, funny and sometimes downright bizarre conversation with him; and basically I have never been more smitten with someone in my entire LIFE. Did I also mention we’re both coworkers too? Your relationship will this dude is not FOREVER DOOMED just because you haven’t or he hasn’t kissed you yet or whatever else society has made you feel is some sort of Relationship Milestone You Need To Reach By A Certain Point Or Else You Blew It With Him Oh My God How Could You!

The sooner you let go the idea that YOUR–not everyone else’s/society’s, but YOUR–method of romancing this fellow may not follow conventional standards, the more likely you’re actually going to get this guy, because guess what? What works for everyone else, will not necessarily work for you! And I understand that actually adopting this mindset and working your relationships around it is way easier said than done: before I asked him out there were time I felt all depressed and anxious about AM I DOING THIS RIGHT??

SHOULD I BACK OFF OH GOD WHAT AM I EVEN and then I would go from being all confident and knowing what I want to making sure I’d wait for him to call me and I’d get irrationally disappointed when he didn’t, never mind the fact he’s not a freaking mind reader. That, and it sends mixed signals like woah, which, if you’re serious about getting this dude, is Never A Good Thing. If you want to wait for this guy to make the moves on you? Great!

If you want to make the moves on him? Awesome! Do whatever works and feels best for you two, and know that there is no stigma whatsoever for making the first move, if that is what you want to do. Most of all, don’t be afraid to do it! Best of luck to you! /silently taps off Caps Lock button You say “he’s extremely quiet”. Maybe he’s a bit shy, too. I’m actually in a similar situation right now. Tomorrow will be the third date with a wonderful woman, but we are taking things slow.

I am somewhat shy and inexperienced (especially for my age), so I don’t want to go too fast and mess things up. On our second date we cuddled on a park bench and watched the sunset for awhile, then held hands on the way back to the car. While sitting together I used my words and we talked about things. I don’t think it was awkward, even though I admitted how scared I was. It’s good to open up and be vulnerable sometimes.

So I say talk to him about it. Use your words. Good luck. I have felt your pain, frustration and confusion. You are not alone. When you asked him out for the first time did you actually use the word ‘date’?

As in “I want to go out on a date?” If not, then maybe he is unclear what you wanted originally and explain his hesitancy. He doesn’t really know the reason why you were asking him out. As I am a gay man I learned some years ago that when I ask a guy out I make it clear that what I am looking for is a ‘date’. Other often similar terms can make for confusing signals. By making my intentions clear and direct then there is no room for confusion. I agree with everyone else that at this point you should just kiss him.

It may end up awkward. Or he maybe greatly relieved. And you too! The chance of this is remote, but maybe he’s asexual? In which case the idea of kissing you may not having occurred to him. Knowing that: a) Many Aces don’t know they’re ace because noone ever told them it was a valid sexual orientation. b) They’re terribly confused about things like kissing c) They still want to date people because they really like them, or they want companionship and/or romance, and they secretly hope they will find someone who will be patient about sex (that’s what I used to tell myself: it’s not that I don’t want it, it’s just because I have… issues).

I stopped dating very early on (I had a bad experience with it and I just didn’t have the motivation to try it again), but when I thought about dating, the idea of kissing was very problematic, because how do you kiss someone? I can’t think of a way to do it that doesn’t make me feel like I’m assaulting the other person. And he doesn’t have to even be asexual to have hang ups about kissing the LW. Maybe she needs to let him know she’s not a fragile flower who falls apart at the slightest touch.

Some guys have it drilled into them that they have to be gentlemen so deeply that they’re scared of making any move. You and a lot of people are hoping for this post. I do not see myself writing about this at any point in the future, even though I get letters, because the answer is honestly “I dont know.” Coming out to your parents as asexual? I don’t know. Lots of good general “coming out” advice .

Want to date someone who is not asexual? I don’t know. I’ve been in relationships with mismatched libidos and they failed miserably. After that, I went on a few nice (no kissing) dates with someone who came out to me as asexual. I dumped him pretty much immediately, because how he described his feelings about sex (he would be willing to have sex sometimes to make me happy and have emotional closeness) did not match my feelings about sex and need to be desired. I can feel all asexual readers now saying “ She thinks I’m undateable and unloveable.” No.

I think you are undateable BY ME and it’s not something that I can or want to accomodate or overlook. I feel similarly about vegans – since cooking and eating are things you do all the time together, and I know that I will never be a vegan, should we really combine our cooking/eating stuff or should we just find people who gel with us? Is that really the post that people want? I’m the blogger of Love Does Not Conquer All, Sorry. Want to find other asexual people and form Boston Marriages?

AWESOME, DO IT. How? I don’t know. Where? I don’t know. I know writes about this stuff sometimes and is generally a great writer you should read? If someone wants to take a crack at a guest-post, please email me. Thanks for the reply, Captain! I totally get what you’re saying. Sometimes I wonder if asexuality is a thing that describes me, and if I want it to be, but honestly usually I don’t worry about it.

To me, my asexual tendencies (or low sex drive) just ends up just being A Thing I Bring To Relationships. If the other person is into that and can navigate what I need without denying themself happiness or whatever, cool. We’ll see where that goes. If not, they’re not, and I wouldn’t want that for me OR them.

Granted, I don’t date much, so I haven’t had a lot of opportunity to try this out in practice. Me and my boyfriend went to three mostly asexual (as in, not in any way sexual) dates. I was thinking that it was weird, especially that at least once or twice the kiss seemed like a natural way to go. So, the fourth date, we went to a club, and there I had the best kiss in my life (well, and the first one).

So, if you want to kiss him, do it! But also don’t think that if he hasn’t kissed you yet, he won’t (or that you’re not kiss-worthy). My boyfriend then confessed me that he wanted to create the right atmosphere and didn’t want to rush things with me by asking me awkwardly if I want to be kissed.

“by asking me awkwardly if I want to be kissed.” A lot of people think it’s awkward to ask/be asked to be kissed, and I have a hard time understanding it. I’ve had several dudes ask if they could kiss me (with a range of social skills) and it’s been sexy, flirty, terrifying (oh god I really like you), confusing (huh, I haven’t decided if I like you or not yet), and sometimes really sweet, but never awkward.

It seems to me that, if anything, by asking you are actually saving yourself the potential Extremely Awkward Dodged Kiss, or a potential I-Don’t-Want-To-Kiss-Back-But-If-I-Don’t-It’s-Awkward-HELP – both of which, I think, are worse than “Thanks, but I’m not feeling it”?

But I seem to be in the minority. Someone shed light? In my lifetime as a dude I have gotten to the kissing stage with seven ladies. Twice it was a mutual we-both-see-where-this-is-going thing. Four times she just grabbed me and kissed me. And once she basically said “I want to kiss you but I have this mental block about making the first move so you need to kiss me now.” Those were all good!

And would you really want to get involved with a guy who was so hung up on traditional roles that he’d freak out if you were the one who initiated the first kiss? If *you* feel ready to move to the kissing stage, you should go for it. Tell him “hey, I like you a lot, can we kiss?” The worst that can happen is he’ll say “sorry, I don’t like you that way,” and then you can move on with your affections elsewhere. My beloved doesn’t make the first move. Ever. Since we started as farmville friends who actually talked to each other, and emailed more and more over a year of getting to know each other, I got to hear all about his many dates with a woman he liked which SEEMED to be dates, but nothing ever HAPPENED (and of course my response was “she’s waiting for you to kiss HER!) But at least I knew what to do when I got him alone :D.

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best dating 3 months no kiss

I have been dating girl for couple of months and yes we kiss briefly at the end of the date but it's just that, like no passionate kissing at all. Perhaps she is waiting for me to make a move? but I have not as I was waiting for the time to be right and feel comfortable but that has never happened.

Also we only see each other twice a week and only speak on the phone briefly. It is all now starting to feel routine and 'friend' like, I am wondering now if this is really going anywhere. It's confusing as we seem to get on very well and enjoy each others company when we are together. Am I missing something? I don't want to waste anytime on a relationship that is not going anywhere but at the same time don't want to throw this away if it's just something small?

Any advice? No, in my experience it's not usual to have not kissed properly after two months, if you both consider yourselves to be dating. Are you sure she is aware you're dating? I'm not intending to sound patronising, but perhaps she thinks you're just going out as friends?

She could just be shy though, and secretly desperate for you to snog her face off :eek: No, in my experience it's not usual to have not kissed properly after two months, if you both consider yourselves to be dating. Are you sure she is aware you're dating? I'm not intending to sound patronising, but perhaps she thinks you're just going out as friends? She could just be shy though, and secretly desperate for you to snog her face off :eek: No we are both aware we are dating for sure and both want a relationship.

We hold hands when we go for a walk, buy gifts and so on. She may want me to snog her but I just don't know for sure. I just really do not know!

It just all seems too routine after the time we have been dating, like we should be more passionate and want to spend more time with each other. I asked her if she wanted to come around mine tonight but said she was too tired but we are meeting up tomorrow. I want to move on with this relationship one way or another but like you said it could be she is shy or anything and don't want to do the wrong thing. I may just have to go for a snog and see what happens. Do you know why the time has never felt right?

I tend to find that is you really fancy someone that ANY time is right! I think perhaps we are both being cautious or she perhaps expects the man to make 1st move. Maybe it is me but having said that on my previous date with another girl we snogged after like after 5th date and it felt right to do that.

Nope, it's not normal, and yes, it's very strange... Do you not fancy her op? If so, why not show it? Man up, and get passionate with her - if you don't, she won't wait around forever.... She's probably shy, and has been waiting for you to make a move for ages.... This could be it and your right I should perhaps get passionate and see what happens. By passionate I just mean a proper kiss. First thing that popped in to mind was 2 month without sex !

You know your right, that sounds like a normal thought. I think I may call her tomorrow and say look I don't want to go out on another date with you, what I want to do is come around your house and kiss and spend some time together.

After 2 months that is not me being crass just me being honest. No i don't think this is normal if you have both been aware you are dating.. either she is too shy to make a first move.. or there s something more to it. In my opinion you should arrange to meet up at one of your houses.. have a meal then maybe watch a film & maybe cuddle up on the sofa... then make your move OP! If she then isn't happy about kissing passionately with you, i would talk to her & see if you can find out why.

Good luck, Keep us informed! when are you next seeing her? You know your right, that sounds like a normal thought. I think I may call her tomorrow and say look I don't want to go out on another date with you, what I want to do is come around your house and kiss and spend some time together. After 2 months that is not me being crass just me being honest. I suspect this may not be a good plan. You said you haven't thought it 'felt right' to make things more intimate, and it strikes me she feels the same.

As to the why's and wherefores well who knows - why do you feel that way ? No joking and no p*ss taking, does she know your strong views on a certain subject, and if so, does she feel the same ? Truth is, you need to be on the same path (as it were) to have a future together. In this instance, I am not saying who is right or wrong, but it is something that I think should be considered.

Do you still think it can go further, as in become more intimate ? I think you should just speak about it on your next date. Just ask her where how she feels about the relationship and whether she sees any problems in it. If she doesn't mention the lack of affection you could ask her what she thinks about it. By bringing it up that way it won't feel like you are forcing the subject onto her.

It would be just be casually mentioning it.


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