I’ve been seeing a guy who I unfortunately don’t really find physically attractive, but I get along with great. We share the same taste in music and culture, share a similar humor and can hold conversations about interesting things, so I’ve been giving it a chance. Last time I saw him it was a blast. At the end of the night we were kissing outside and saying bye. He was trying to make out harder and even mentioned wanting to have a night together. I told him goodnight and he got all pouty and walked away seemingly cold. I even acknowledged how much fun I had. This really turned me off and after reading another post here, it alarms me to the level of entitlement people think they have over our bodies. your sexual frustrations are not my responsibility just because we’re being romantic and hangin, bro. Im feeling like I have to end it. 1. because I’m not physically attracted and 2. because hes pushing my sexual boundaries with entitlement.
What do y’all think? I have a really hard time breaking things off and over think it too much because I feel bad. any advice on parting words that are scotch free? I also think from his perspective it’s going to seemingly be coming from out of nowhere and I’m really not trying to explain myself. I have also been seeing this person about once a week for like 6 weeks and texting regularly. Should this be in person or can I get away with just a text? I also want to be cordial and end it positively.