If we conceptualize the dynamic along a continuum of developmental stages, it’s as if women see short men as awkward teens stunted in time, desperate at a school dance and relegated to the side wall.In short, it seems that somehow short men aren’t perceived as men.He doesn’t want to hurt me, and I’ve promised him I will survive somehow if it ends, but I would miss him.When I ask him if he’d like something else, he says “no,” so I think he just needs someone to listen to the anxiety rather than try to fix it.
And we have such a good time, I really do think that’s an option.
And I would think just waiting for someone to decide he’s attracted enough to sleep with you would be pretty degrading.
Like I said, if this were simply a matter of him needing to take things slowly, then fine, that’s understandable.
He clearly is not ready for the relationship you’re ready for, and it doesn’t make sense for you to continue emotionally investing in a man who has made it completely apparent he can’t give you what you want.
This “one or two months” timeline isn’t even one he’s come up with. Why you think he’s going to be sexually attracted to you in another month or two when he isn’t yet already is perplexing.