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Of course, much of it is geared towards straight women, and either implies or outright says things like “Don’t be too pushy. Let him do the chasing.” DON’T STARTLE THE WILD MALE HUMAN.There’s a heck of a lot of cultural messaging to the effect that [in a heterosexual relationship] it is a woman’s role to push for commitment and that men dread this conversation, which makes me both extra nervous about it and also kind of resentful.It’s frustrating and embarrassing for me that I feel so lost as to how to bring this up.
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He responded that it didn’t matter because I must like him since I’m hanging out with him.
He also said he hasn’t gotten this far with a date in a long time, and he has “reasons” for being so awkward. The real problem is that all this talk about being awkward makes me feel extremely angry and panicked.
I find it very presumptuous that he assumes his “reasons” or trauma are worse than mine. I am also angry that he won’t be patient and give the relationship a chance to unfold.
I feel like he is already emotionally committed, and that he doesn’t want to “screw it up.” It’s putting a lot of pressure on me.
And, finally, the “I am really a nice guy” act sends up a big red flag for me.