Unfortunately, not all of the men you're interested in are going to be interested in you--at least not in the way that you want them to be. Sometimes, all of their attention will fool you into believing that they want a legitimate relationship with you, but all they really want is to see what you look like naked. Being reduced to an "object" isn't any fun. Even though you could view it as a compliment, because it means that you're so physically attractive you've caused men to lie for a chance to sleep with you, it's hard to be happy when your heart is shattered. Men should tell us exactly what they're looking for before they get us into bed with them, but some of them use our naivety to their advantage. However, their tricks can't fool you forever.
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Do They Want A Relationship Or Are You Just A Hookup? 4 Ways To Tell The Difference
Although that may sound a little creepy to you, him wanting to have sex with you is not really a bad thing. Not to worry, fearless lady. Just having sex with someone can sometimes be super fun…as long as both of you are on the same page in terms of this being a sex-only relationship. Having no strings attached means you get your physical needs met without having any of the work or risk of a relationship.
7 Signs He Only Wants to Hook Up with You
Because people lie. And while it may seem that a guy likes you and really wants to date you, they could just be playing nice in order to get in your pants. Guys know that us ladies are more inclined to want a relationship than they are. They usually are more interested in all the physical aspects of a relationship and less about actually dating. Here are all the signs he wants to date you.
If you've dated recently, it probably went something like this: You swiped on a stranger's cute-if-pixelated face, asked them something original like, "How's your week? When you didn't get murdered, you went on more romantic dates and humped like bunnies, until suddenly your date's texting tone changed from that of your effusive Aunt Betty to that of John, your Uber driver. Uh oh. Time to find out: Do they want a relationship or not?