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Sexy,Attractive,Fun,Discreet m4w Hello, I'm Looking for a great guy ltr and not happy with my sex life.

I want people to think that we are made for each other, and I'm hoping that this is not to much to ask. We have family and friends but lack the companionship and intimacy of a malegirl relationship. NSA no drama. Tell me my name so I know its you.

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I've recently discovered TRP and RPW and have been soaking up all the awesome knowledge, but I couldn't really find anything to help me out with this question. Except three weeks in, I was basically dealt a soft next and have not heard from him since.

There's probably a few things I may have done wrong. I'd assume most guys looking for ONS go for the minimal effort: This guy invited me for a couple of dates, but as he had health problems recent surgery , invited me round to his for the next few dates. I was treated to homemade dinner a few times and a couple of films too, and it carried on even after we'd had sex. The week during which he went back to work, the number of texts dropped considerably.

I assumed that his job was keeping him busy, but he flaked on me when I asked if he'd be up for having coffee, and I never heard from him again after that. Now my problem is that in my possibly completely wrong books, he seemed like a candidate for an LTR, as I don't really know many guys who'd go to those lengths just for sex, it seems a bit counter-productive.

Eventually, maybe my personality didn't appeal to him, maybe he didn't find the sex so great not much that could have been done with his health problem , but my real questions are: What could have I done to keep his interest? If yes, what's the best approach, if not, why not? I thought everything was going well with this guy, he's now ignoring me - how can you tell that a guy would like an LTR with you?

I would move on. I would say the main two points is be clear about your intentions and tell them you are looking for an ltr early on, and don't have sex without some sort of commitment. It would be more feminine if you cook him dinner. Also, you had sex with him before you had locked it down. I'm guessing he was wanting an LTR with you but got bored or uninterested somehow.

Guys who are looking for LTRs will do all the things he did--be very sweet, invite you to his place, contact you, etc. I can't really say what went wrong, but think about any action you did between the last time he contacted you in an interested way and the time he contacted you in a detached way. Yeah, that wasn't an option, but not for lack of trying he made the effort of going out the first two dates, but said he wasn't well enough afterwards.

I tried to invite him round a couple of times so that I'd get the chance to do just that, but no luck. As for the contact, now that I think about it, it was after we had sex. Shot myself in the foot, really, haha. Yeah he soft-nexted you and you were a plate Next time make it clear that you aren't seeing anyone else and only have sex once you are monogamous. He could have gotten bored, might be interested in someone else, or he's not over an ex. Whatever it is, he didn't respect you enough to explain himself.

That is a major red flaghe simply wouldn't be the right leader for you in hindsight. Take some time to reflect on things you can improve, but definitely don't go back to this unreliable guy! The real world has a lot more grey area. Guys will not necessarily be straight forward and obvious about their intentions as you stated.

Honestly, most of hookup culture is women offering early sex in hopes of getting commitment, so if guys were really THAT straight forward they wouldn't get casual sex all that often. Especially not fwb situations like you described. The only real way to avoid this is like RPW says, which is to make sure you get commitment before sex.

Many women do not do this because they find it very quickly whittles their perceived options down quite a bit. I don't think she was an fwb, maybe a plate if that, even. This is why communicating the actual words "I want to have a relationship and nothing less" is the BEST thing a woman can do in this situation so she can't be tossed around.

Agree with your last paragraphs, but I think your first paragraphs are just trying to spare OPs feelings. No way around this. The guy may have been considering upgrading her from a plate to an ltr, but never did and just dropped her instead.

I've been in a similar situation recently and it's not that simple since there's a lot of factors involved. By that definition, yeah she might be a plate per se but I don't think either OP or her guy had those intentions to begin with which is why I don't really see her as a plate even though she gave into sex, she did offer herself to him in other ways.

I think they both went in with similar intentions of possibly wanting a relationship, never discussed it, and OP got screwed over when he didn't reply because of lack of communication.

Fuck speculative intentions, this sub is about getting results. Being a plate is a result, the intentions really don't matter. This post talks a lot about what he did to keep your interests, but not much at all about what you did to keep his interests, or what you might have did to lose it. What do you feel you did right, and what do you feel you did wrong? Right, probably not much it seems!

More seriously, I don't know, I don't feel I really had a chance to show him who I really was, so may not have come across as the most interesting person due to mostly being at his and not really wanting to make myself at home too much.

I was good counsel when he got his PS4 and played it for a little bit, I guess, and I showed I could help in the kitchen? I mean he's the one who was instigating most dates, but when I eventually suggested coffee he went nope and silence. Part of me really wants a second chance, part of me thinks he was probably just not interested. There were a few red flags I ignored though, but always splitting the bill without asking me first - I'm fine with splitting but I think it's kind of nice to discuss it first , the fact that when we discussed things he was mostly encouraging me to go do it by myself, not offering any compensation for the ingredients I bought when we cooked.

He wasn't really a nice or a good guy for the short time I was with him, tbf, but he had a great concentration of attributes I rarely find in guys that probably got me hooked. After reading through these comments and posts, it sounds like this was a really great learning experience for you!

You're doing a great job analyzing the situation. I know there's a lot of tough love here, so just wanted to offer you some encouragement!

First of all, don't ever under any circumstances have sex with a guy before he commits and even when he says "I am ready for a relationship", you might have to wait a couple dates even after that. You talked about how he treated you but what did you do for him? Like when he had the surgery, how did you support him? I get that you guys weren't even in an LTR at that point but there could have been things you could have done to make his life easier.

He might not have time for you but the fact that he flaked when you initiated contact by asking to go out for coffee, means that's he's not interested and you should stop pursuing him. That in itself is reallyyyyy bad. She might not get the most alpha of alpha males but if the attraction is there, a man will wait assuming the woman is worthwhile that wait. And im not saying they have to wait forever. I'm with Nadya here.

RPW principles are against having sex before getting commitment. He had the surgery before I'd met him, so I helped as much as I could finding places nearby, then doing the washing up when we'd cook at his - never mind, as you said, time to move on: We try to make men much more complicated than they often are; I have made so many mistakes attributing emotions and intent onto boyfriends for absolutely no reason the "hamster" is REAL unfortunately My SO regularly slams it into my little sisters and friends when we ask him for the "male opinion"--if he never ever brings up the possibility where did you get the idea that secretly he wants to be in a relationship with you?!

If he's not consistently responding and initiating contact with you how did we come to the conclusion that this person is responsive and wAnts to be a consistent presence in our life? Good luck in the future, you'll find the one and when you do you won't have to wonder if he's interested; I'm pretty sure his interest will be clear and apparent! I'm a decent cook and I really enjoy cooking for others.

He let me help him cook but haven't had the chance to cook him a full meal. I suppose you could try one more time, but that would probably seem a little desperate.

It's hard to say exactly why this guy doesn't like you, there's a list of reasons why any one person doesn't pick another. It could have nothing to do with you, maybe he feels too busy or met someone else. Just because you're a red pill woman doesn't automatically mean this guy is a red pill guy or that any red pill guy will be attracted to you. If he is in fact a hard core red pill guy, one could almost say that he is just playing the field and maybe you were just a plate for a little while.

I may have gotten the wrong impression but you never mentioned you guys were exclusive and you said it had only been a few weeks and then you had sex? Maybe he didn't like that you gave it up so easily and didn't want that in a ltr.

Maybe that's all he wanted from you in the first place. My advice is just to move on. If he was interested, he would have let you know by now. My reasonable side says the same.

My stubborn side says keep trying. I'll try to move on, thanks for the input! What matters is identifying things that you might not have seen before and understanding it so that you don't have to deal with this more than once. I think in the beginning of dating this is totally normal and acceptable. However, I would not sleep with a man who wouldn't buy my dinner.

For me doing so shows investment in me. It shows me commitment. At a point this clearly tells me that I would be more interested in him than he is in me and I would go elsewhere. I am not advocating that you don't have to demonstrate worth. I'm advocating that after you have there are signs that the person doesn't value enough, isn't interested enough, or isn't as committed as you are. He might have been a great candidate for a LTR, but you weren't. You gave up sex without commitment. You didn't demonstrate your value to him.

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Be funny, short and concise, and don't sound too cutesy. A photo that shows you actively pursuing an interest is good because it offers information without being wordy. Pick out three or four guys and signal your interest. If someone shows an interest in your profile, remember that you are not obligated to respond unless you want to.

You be the judge. With several prospects, start an email exchange. But limit your emails to no more than two or three before suggesting a face-to-face meeting. Anyone who wants to prolong emailing is not interested in a relationship. Avoid this person -- he could be married, in another relationship or just a creep. Arrange a coffee or drink at a convenient location. Talk about things you like to do, your job, college stories or recent experiences. Pay attention to whether there is a good balance in the conversation.

Are you finding common interests? Avoid talking about your or his problems. Do not give advice even if he is begging for it; this is a bad way to start. On first dates, make sure you have other plans afterward and keep them, regardless of how things are going. If you're underwhelmed with this person, you will have a good escape route. If you are having a great time and don't want to leave, stick to your previous plan. If you are interested, say so explicitly upon leaving. This may sound too forward, but there is nothing wrong about being clear.

Offer to split the check. Nowadays, single, college-educated women under the age of 30 are often making more money than men, so don't stand on ceremony waiting for him to pay. Wait to see if he initiates an email or text.

If he doesn't, cross him off your list. He's not interested or available. If he emails or texts or makes the extra effort to make a phone call! I thought everything was going well with this guy, he's now ignoring me - how can you tell that a guy would like an LTR with you?

I would move on. I would say the main two points is be clear about your intentions and tell them you are looking for an ltr early on, and don't have sex without some sort of commitment. It would be more feminine if you cook him dinner. Also, you had sex with him before you had locked it down. I'm guessing he was wanting an LTR with you but got bored or uninterested somehow. Guys who are looking for LTRs will do all the things he did--be very sweet, invite you to his place, contact you, etc.

I can't really say what went wrong, but think about any action you did between the last time he contacted you in an interested way and the time he contacted you in a detached way. Yeah, that wasn't an option, but not for lack of trying he made the effort of going out the first two dates, but said he wasn't well enough afterwards. I tried to invite him round a couple of times so that I'd get the chance to do just that, but no luck. As for the contact, now that I think about it, it was after we had sex.

Shot myself in the foot, really, haha. Yeah he soft-nexted you and you were a plate Next time make it clear that you aren't seeing anyone else and only have sex once you are monogamous. He could have gotten bored, might be interested in someone else, or he's not over an ex.

Whatever it is, he didn't respect you enough to explain himself. That is a major red flaghe simply wouldn't be the right leader for you in hindsight. Take some time to reflect on things you can improve, but definitely don't go back to this unreliable guy! The real world has a lot more grey area. Guys will not necessarily be straight forward and obvious about their intentions as you stated.

Honestly, most of hookup culture is women offering early sex in hopes of getting commitment, so if guys were really THAT straight forward they wouldn't get casual sex all that often. Especially not fwb situations like you described. The only real way to avoid this is like RPW says, which is to make sure you get commitment before sex. Many women do not do this because they find it very quickly whittles their perceived options down quite a bit.

I don't think she was an fwb, maybe a plate if that, even. This is why communicating the actual words "I want to have a relationship and nothing less" is the BEST thing a woman can do in this situation so she can't be tossed around. Agree with your last paragraphs, but I think your first paragraphs are just trying to spare OPs feelings. No way around this. The guy may have been considering upgrading her from a plate to an ltr, but never did and just dropped her instead.

I've been in a similar situation recently and it's not that simple since there's a lot of factors involved. By that definition, yeah she might be a plate per se but I don't think either OP or her guy had those intentions to begin with which is why I don't really see her as a plate even though she gave into sex, she did offer herself to him in other ways. I think they both went in with similar intentions of possibly wanting a relationship, never discussed it, and OP got screwed over when he didn't reply because of lack of communication.

Fuck speculative intentions, this sub is about getting results. Being a plate is a result, the intentions really don't matter. This post talks a lot about what he did to keep your interests, but not much at all about what you did to keep his interests, or what you might have did to lose it. What do you feel you did right, and what do you feel you did wrong?

Right, probably not much it seems! More seriously, I don't know, I don't feel I really had a chance to show him who I really was, so may not have come across as the most interesting person due to mostly being at his and not really wanting to make myself at home too much.

I was good counsel when he got his PS4 and played it for a little bit, I guess, and I showed I could help in the kitchen?

I mean he's the one who was instigating most dates, but when I eventually suggested coffee he went nope and silence. Part of me really wants a second chance, part of me thinks he was probably just not interested.

There were a few red flags I ignored though, but always splitting the bill without asking me first - I'm fine with splitting but I think it's kind of nice to discuss it first , the fact that when we discussed things he was mostly encouraging me to go do it by myself, not offering any compensation for the ingredients I bought when we cooked. He wasn't really a nice or a good guy for the short time I was with him, tbf, but he had a great concentration of attributes I rarely find in guys that probably got me hooked.

After reading through these comments and posts, it sounds like this was a really great learning experience for you! You're doing a great job analyzing the situation. I know there's a lot of tough love here, so just wanted to offer you some encouragement!

First of all, don't ever under any circumstances have sex with a guy before he commits and even when he says "I am ready for a relationship", you might have to wait a couple dates even after that. You talked about how he treated you but what did you do for him? Like when he had the surgery, how did you support him? I get that you guys weren't even in an LTR at that point but there could have been things you could have done to make his life easier.

He might not have time for you but the fact that he flaked when you initiated contact by asking to go out for coffee, means that's he's not interested and you should stop pursuing him. That in itself is reallyyyyy bad. She might not get the most alpha of alpha males but if the attraction is there, a man will wait assuming the woman is worthwhile that wait. And im not saying they have to wait forever. I'm with Nadya here. RPW principles are against having sex before getting commitment. He had the surgery before I'd met him, so I helped as much as I could finding places nearby, then doing the washing up when we'd cook at his - never mind, as you said, time to move on: We try to make men much more complicated than they often are; I have made so many mistakes attributing emotions and intent onto boyfriends for absolutely no reason the "hamster" is REAL unfortunately My SO regularly slams it into my little sisters and friends when we ask him for the "male opinion"--if he never ever brings up the possibility where did you get the idea that secretly he wants to be in a relationship with you?!

If he's not consistently responding and initiating contact with you how did we come to the conclusion that this person is responsive and wAnts to be a consistent presence in our life?

Good luck in the future, you'll find the one and when you do you won't have to wonder if he's interested; I'm pretty sure his interest will be clear and apparent! I'm a decent cook and I really enjoy cooking for others. He let me help him cook but haven't had the chance to cook him a full meal. I suppose you could try one more time, but that would probably seem a little desperate.

It's hard to say exactly why this guy doesn't like you, there's a list of reasons why any one person doesn't pick another. It could have nothing to do with you, maybe he feels too busy or met someone else.

Just because you're a red pill woman doesn't automatically mean this guy is a red pill guy or that any red pill guy will be attracted to you. If he is in fact a hard core red pill guy, one could almost say that he is just playing the field and maybe you were just a plate for a little while.

I may have gotten the wrong impression but you never mentioned you guys were exclusive and you said it had only been a few weeks and then you had sex?

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