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    Hi!
    So I go to a girl's secondary school and have since yr 7 of course. In that time, I haven't spoken to boys outside of my family circle and being in a girl's school, the opposite gender seems kind of foreign and scary to me. I know they're not but you know...

    I went to a sixth form college taster day recently and I think it was probably one of the most terrifying days of my life (Well when I first got there anyway).
    A girl showed me around, I told her my dilemma and she thankfully understood and when I was introduced to a male it actually wasn't so bad.

    However, for some reason I still have that annoying feeling in the back of my mind at the thought of even meeting a boy and I don't know what to do. I have to get over this at some point!!!
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    (Original post by hopefujisaki)
    Hi!
    So I go to a girl's secondary school and have since yr 7 of course. In that time, I haven't spoken to boys outside of my family circle and being in a girl's school, the opposite gender seems kind of foreign and scary to me. I know they're not but you know...

    I went to a sixth form college taster day recently and I think it was probably one of the most terrifying days of my life (Well when I first got there anyway).
    A girl showed me around, I told her my dilemma and she thankfully understood and when I was introduced to a male it actually wasn't so bad.

    However, for some reason I still have that annoying feeling in the back of my mind at the thought of even meeting a boy and I don't know what to do. I have to get over this at some point!!!
    We aren't aliens, we are like girls, but just with different body parts :P

    Have confidence honey

    Talk to a boy, like you would a friend.

    "What music you like?"

    "Did you see the X factor?

    "YUCK! ZOOLANDER 2 SUCKED!"

    Stuff like that, break the ice.

    And you know what? The more you do it, the easier it gets
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    (Original post by hopefujisaki)
    Hi!
    So I go to a girl's secondary school and have since yr 7 of course. In that time, I haven't spoken to boys outside of my family circle and being in a girl's school, the opposite gender seems kind of foreign and scary to me. I know they're not but you know...

    I went to a sixth form college taster day recently and I think it was probably one of the most terrifying days of my life (Well when I first got there anyway).
    A girl showed me around, I told her my dilemma and she thankfully understood and when I was introduced to a male it actually wasn't so bad.

    However, for some reason I still have that annoying feeling in the back of my mind at the thought of even meeting a boy and I don't know what to do. I have to get over this at some point!!!
    Further proof that women make zero sense...
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    You are not use to talking to boys. Just talk to boys the same way you talk to females, end of the day we all humans.
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    (Original post by Emily babezxx)
    You are not use to talking to boys. Just talk to boys the same way you talk to females, end of the day we all humans.
    Except those non human scum, what do you call them? Oh yeah, feminists...
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    (Original post by apronedsamurai)
    We aren't aliens, we are like girls, but just with different body parts :P

    Have confidence honey

    Talk to a boy, like you would a friend.

    "What music you like?"

    "Did you see the X factor?

    "YUCK! ZOOLANDER 2 SUCKED!"

    Stuff like that, break the ice.

    And you know what? The more you do it, the easier it gets
    Thank you!
    Sorry I didn't mean to make you sound like a different race that wasn't my intention
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    (Original post by Username002)
    Further proof that women make zero sense...
    (Original post by Username002)
    Except those non human scum, what do you call them? Oh yeah, feminists...
    Grow up.
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    (Original post by Username002)
    Further proof that women make zero sense...
    what do you mean?
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    (Original post by Emily babezxx)
    You are not use to talking to boys. Just talk to boys the same way you talk to females, end of the day we all humans.
    Thanks! I don't understand why I didn't think of it that way before
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    (Original post by Username002)
    Except those non human scum, what do you call them? Oh yeah, feminists...
    I guess they're better than meninists and feminazis
    feminismˈfɛmɪnɪz(ə)m/nounnoun: feminism
    1. the advocacy of women's rights on the ground of the equality of the sexes.synonyms:the women's movement, the feminist movement, women's liberation,female emancipation, women's rights;
      post-feminism, womanism;informalwomen's lib"she was a great pioneer of feminism"
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    (Original post by hopefujisaki)
    what do you mean?
    There's a theory amongst immature teenage boys that women have no logic to their actions and don't make any sense. Ignore it.
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    Try talking to me. im a boy, and also bored... i need anything to make me un-bored
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    (Original post by hopefujisaki)
    Hi!
    So I go to a girl's secondary school and have since yr 7 of course. In that time, I haven't spoken to boys outside of my family circle and being in a girl's school, the opposite gender seems kind of foreign and scary to me. I know they're not but you know...

    I went to a sixth form college taster day recently and I think it was probably one of the most terrifying days of my life (Well when I first got there anyway).
    A girl showed me around, I told her my dilemma and she thankfully understood and when I was introduced to a male it actually wasn't so bad.

    However, for some reason I still have that annoying feeling in the back of my mind at the thought of even meeting a boy and I don't know what to do. I have to get over this at some point!!!
    Just give it some time, you'll find it more than comfortable before you know it. There's not a guy going who doesn't like talking to girls, just say hi and start chatting. You'll get a positive response 95% of the time.
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    (Original post by georgiaswift)
    Grow up.
    Ahahaha, I finally pissed someone off!

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    (Original post by hopefujisaki)
    I guess they're better than meninists and feminazis
    feminismˈfɛmɪnɪz(ə)m/nounnoun: feminism
    1. the advocacy of women's rights on the ground of the equality of the sexes.synonyms:the women's movement, the feminist movement, women's liberation,female emancipation, women's rights;
      post-feminism, womanism;informalwomen's lib"she was a great pioneer of feminism"
    Right my mistake, should have said feminazis.

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    (Original post by callum_20011)
    Try talking to me. im a boy, and also bored... i need anything to make me un-bored
    Here's some friendly advice, there are two types of guys to ignore:
    ********s like me who will just take the piss out of you.
    And ****bois like this guy I just quoted.

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    (Original post by Username002)
    Here's some friendly advice, there are two types of guys to ignore:
    ********s like me who will just take the piss out of you.
    And ****bois like this guy I just quoted.

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    Duly noted...
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    (Original post by georgiaswift)
    There's a theory amongst immature teenage boys that women have no logic to their actions and don't make any sense. Ignore it.
    Ah I have heard of this theory! Thanks for the tip
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    maybe try to talk to more boys online first to get used to it
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    (Original post by chloe.lwt)
    maybe try to talk to more boys online first to get used to it
    Good idea but I don't want to get catfished
 
 
 
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