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22-year-old virgin. Bad? watch

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    No offence but I don't agree with everyone who was like "it's a good quality, at least you've saved yourself for someone special" and so forth. Don't me wrong, I'm not saying it's a bad thing either, it's just something that's part of you.

    It wouldn't put me off if I was attracted to someone in your position, I mean sure I'd be a bit nervous about teaching them and I'd constantly think "mAN WHAT IF IT'S NOT AS GOOD AS THEY THOUGHT IT WOULD BE" because people have a tendency to romanticise it and idealise it to the point where it can be a bit underwhelming, but at the end of the day it's not weird or anything.
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    When does being a virgin get bad/awkward though?
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    When does being a virgin get bad/awkward though?
    there was a poll done on it a while back, it was somewhere around 24-25 that was voted the cut off i think (could be wrong, just going off memory)
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    im 24, thats why i remember it :sad:
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    And what should I do if I become 24/5 and I'm still a virgin?
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    (Original post by samina_ay)
    nothing wrong with being virgin
    LOOL why do you not have a profile photo anymore? #secondthoughts
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    LOOL why do you not have a profile photo anymore? #secondthoughts
    come off anon, then ask yeah.
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    No it's not, I know dozens of people who are still virgins.
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    (Original post by candycaneland500)
    in my opinion no it just shows that you have respect for yourself and have not found the right person to be in a relationship with. it would not put me of dating u tho x
    Respect for himself??? hahaha nahh he just can't get a bird.



    OP: You don't need to tell the woman anyway, I didn't, and I doubt any virgin goes to their partner 'oh by the way I'm a virgin'..... way to spoil the mood.
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    (Original post by Eggs20)
    1/4 of 22 year olds are virgins so it is not that abnormal.
    What BS

    And don't link me to some pointless 100 sample survey trying to represent 100,000s
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    I was in a similar position to you when I was 21, so it'd be hypocritical for me to say I wouldn't give you a chance, cos I know exactly what it's like myself. My boyfriend never had a problem with it either, so don't worry, any decent person will be fine with it as long as they like you
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    And what should I do if I become 24/5 and I'm still a virgin?
    dunno mate, i'm just carrying on with life hoping something good will happen at some point
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    Respect for himself??? hahaha nahh he just can't get a bird.



    OP: You don't need to tell the woman anyway, I didn't, and I doubt any virgin goes to their partner 'oh by the way I'm a virgin'..... way to spoil the mood.
    Yeah obviously I want to meet somebody but it's not that easy. What do you suggest then??
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    Yeah obviously I want to meet somebody but it's not that easy. What do you suggest then??
    Hard to suggest anything without knowing you, if you're fairly good looking and not fat then try clubbing. Or even easier, pay an escort £75 and get it over with, dont listen to people who say its a really special thing, its not, its just a shaag haha.
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    (Original post by NathanDYEL)
    Hard to suggest anything without knowing you, if you're fairly good looking and not fat then try clubbing. Or even easier, pay an escort £75 and get it over with, dont listen to people who say its a really special thing, its not, its just a shaag haha.
    To be fair I'd rather do it with somebody I'm in a relationship than with somebody I've never met. I know it's not really special but I'd rather do it with someone I fee comfortable with.
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    To be fair I'd rather do it with somebody I'm in a relationship than with somebody I've never met. I know it's not really special but I'd rather do it with someone I fee comfortable with.

    So a one night stand is out of the question then I presume? You actually wish to spend time with the female before smashing her?
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    Nah. That kind of thing isn't the be all and end all.
    And if someone rejects you purely on that basis, it's pretty shallow of them tbh and you're probably better off without them.
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    If you're half decent looking then go out with your mates to a club and try and pull
    But if you want it to be with someone special to you or someone you know then it's trickier, but if you're at uni then it shouldn't be impossible, if you're not then yeah I can imagine it's quite difficult to get to know a lot of new people..
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    Yea op its fine, its better than some slutty guy who pulls his pants down for anyone.
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    better than a 23-year-old virgin
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    It wouldn't bother me. If I was really into you all I had to do was accept that part of you. It would definitely make me nervous becaude I've never taken anyone's virginity, but I believe if there is true love and trust in the relationship then things would work out. I am 24 and only lost my virginity when I was 21 and I did it just because I didn't want to be a virgin anymore. I lost it with a guy I had no feelings for and who had no clue I was a virgin. I did it because I felt that was the right thing for me, but if you want to wait for someone special, than you will eventually find someone who is understanding enough and who will wait until you are ready for it. In my point of view, losing your virginity is not a big deal, but being a virgin is no big deal either.

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