For the record, when we pick a “Comment of the Week,” it’s not necessarily an indication that we agree with the poster. We’re not that narrow-minded, we swear! Sometimes we pick comments that make an interesting point, or comments we think will start an interesting debate, or comments that present an argument in a new way. To wit, we don’t agree with everything that reader¬†Eric¬†¬†says below,¬†in response to our post, “Your Call ‚Äď How Long Can a Virgin Make a Guy Wait?”¬†But we did find it interesting to hear from a guy who says that he finds it easier to concentrate on building a relationship once the sex thing is out of the way.
WOW! 26 and a virgin? Here‚Äôs some facts:
If you‚Äôre worried about being considered ‚Äúloose‚ÄĚ or a ‚Äúslut,‚ÄĚ I have only heard other WOMEN use these terms. A girl has a much greater chance of being in a relationship with me if we get the sex thing out of the way A.S.A.P. then we see if we really like each other instead of just waiting til ‚Äúthat night.‚ÄĚ
Oh and for those you telling her to move on cause these guys aren‚Äôt worth it, she may not being having sex, but your fellow women are.
If I meet a girl and she puts arbitrary time limits on sex that‚Äôs a form of ‚Äúcontrol.‚ÄĚ It’s a BIG turn off. A signal that some time in the future sex may be withheld to get her way. That‚Äôs childish.
You‚Äôre missing out on some really good relationships. The person you do lose it to might end up being a jerk anyway, there‚Äôs really no way to tell.
Live your life, be human, have sex — or don‚Äôt, and come back in a few years on another blog complaining about being a 30 year old virgin who can‚Äôt find ‚ÄúThe right guy.‚ÄĚ
- Help, I’m a College Freshman Who’s Never Been Kissed
- Do I Have to Tell Him I’m a Virgin?
- Help, I’m a 30-Something Virgin
- I Lied About Being a Virgin