A guy feels pressure when dating
Being pressured to have sex in a dating relationship is more common than most people think.
In a recent survey, 61% of all teenage girls say they are pressured to have sex.
A 2014 working paper from the National Bureau of Economic Research on men’s heights and relationship dynamics found that on average, short men (here defined as 5-foot-7 and below) did eight hours and 28 minutes of housework per week, or about 28 percent of the total.So don’t string her along, dating her with vague promises about “soon,” “when it’s the right time” or “after I have X, Y and Z in place.” This might satiate your girlfriend’s appetite for a while—but since my mind is not clouded by feelings of love for you, can I just be real with you for a second?Here’s what I know: “soon” means there’s a nonexistent deadline, “when it feels right” means it will always feel a little wrong, and “after you have X, Y and Z” means there will always be a reason to avoid sealing the deal.But in the process, lose their self-respectnot to mention the very real possibility of unwanted pregnancy, diseases, rape, bad reputation, and of course, a broken heart.Becca has learned this the hard way: I was recently violated by a guy who I thought was a really great guy, but then he started pressuring me and now I hate him for it. If you’re a guy and you read this, can you please take this seriously and please respect the girl that you like and please don’t violate her!