Sounds like you met a nice guy and the physical chemistry between you is awesome. A super start for sure, if this ends up turning into something meaningful.
That said, there are some red flags here that should probably be addressed that have nothing whatsoever to do with whether or not your relationship will survive first-date-put-out.
Let’s start with the time you spent with this guy. You seem to have gotten to know him (at least on a first name basis, I’m assuming), made out to the point that you were resisting sex, and decided this is unequivocally someone you’d like to have a “respectful and serious relationship” with… all in ONE HOUR.
Of COURSE he called you the next day to ask you out. His routine morning erection probably refused to go down for his a.m. pee after the work-up session you two got busy with the night before. And – based on the guy’s biology alone – he sought follow-up for some badly needed release! The guy’s penis probably dialed your number. He, himself, was probably doing something constructive while his stand-in brain moved to seal the deal on another date as soon as possible. Why? Just step back for a second. If you were both trying hard not to have sex in the first hour you met, the odds of his getting laid after a valiant gesture like dinner and a movie with you are… well… a pretty sure bet. Really, why would he buy the cow when the milk’s free?
So let’s not beat around the bush here. Literally. At this point, you don’t know this guy well enough to know if he’s someone you’re compatible with outside of panting in pretty good sync. But, don’t hold him too accountable for obviously wanting to score when you waved him (almost) all the way to home the night you met without him having to even swing the bat. Before you get emotionally tangled up (sex does that, that’s another article) with a guy that might not even be a good one; or, at the very least might not be the “right” one for you, fan yourself down there, go out, get to know the guy, and go from there. It might not even be a bad idea to voice on your real date that you may have gone a little too far the first night you met, so that he knows right off the bat that you truly are a respectable girl. Show him that you’re worthy of a respectable go at getting to know one another properly so that you can become more than just a bootie call… one small and exciting step at a time. The chemistry’s already there, now is the time to see if anything else is.