Also you cannot keep the guy for too long if all you do together is having sex and nothing else, no common interests, no spending time together etc. A guy who wants to have sex with you but not to take you out to dinner and a movie is not looking to have a relationship with you or even may be afraid to be seen with you in public because he is involved with someone else!!! If he is serious about having a relationship with you, he will get the time to know you better and he will be ok with waiting to have sex with you for a while. So if he is willing to wait at least a month but he still wants to see you and spend time with you, he is definitely into you!
Boyfriend of six weeks wants to wait for perfect time
I can understand why alarm bells may be ringing. There is obviously no set timeframe for when sex should happen for the first time in a new relationship, but in my experience, when two adults have the hots for each other, the perfect time is usually pretty soon. I can see why six weeks feels like such a long time. While your boyfriend is perfectly entitled to hold out for what he feels is the right time, he is not entitled to string you along and make you wait without giving you a decent explanation. Not knowing what is going on can undermine your confidence and make you feel insecure. So, the next time you are ready to jump and he shies at the fence, ask him what is wrong. Ask him to tell you what is wrong, wait for him to talk, and resist the temptation to fill any awkward silences.