Gay male in my late 20s. I recently ended things with a guy. Our relationship started as a strictly sexual one. We're both involved in the kink scene in our city and have interests that align in a particularly great way. Quickly it became clear there was a real connection. The next two months were great! I had a toothbrush at his place within three weeks. But early on, I noticed that he was a much more extroverted person than I was. He would laugh loudly at movies, work the room at parties, say things about kink in the middle of crowded restaurants. I prefer to blend in. Initially I thought of this as "the price of admission," one I was willing to pay, but it soon became tiresome. I ended things, telling him that there were conflicts with our personalities that made a relationship difficult, not specifying what. He fell for me—he's stated it over and over—but I don't want him to think he has to change who he is to be with me. I'm confused, Dan. I loved being in a relationship again (I've been single for a VERY long time), the sex is great, and finding someone who shares your kinks and you're attracted to emotionally is rare. We have a ton in common when he's being down-to-earth. He's asking me to reconsider. Was I right to end this?