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    this is a serious issue

    i recently watched a romantic comedy film called "what women want"

    the brief plot of the film is that a guy is able to suddenly hear what every woman is thinking around him, he is able to read only women's minds. He then uses this to gain an advantage in his romantic and career pursuits.

    now I feel bad for watching this film because I am a super virgin.

    I feel as this film was made for men who actually have experience with women, who talk to women, who hang out with women , who are intimate with women .

    I am a guy whose done none of these ...

    so why was I curious to watch this film ? why do i feel that in some way I could relate to it?

    for some reason this is just really bothering me..
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    Presumably as a "super virgin" you would very much want to know precisely what women want, so it makes sense for you to be interested in a film where a guy is in that situation.
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      (Original post by Anonymous)
      this is a serious issue

      i recently watched a romantic comedy film called "what women want"

      the brief plot of the film is that a guy is able to suddenly hear what every woman is thinking around him, he is able to read only women's minds. He then uses this to gain an advantage in his romantic and career pursuits.

      now I feel bad for watching this film because I am a super virgin.

      I feel as this film was made for men who actually have experience with women, who talk to women, who hang out with women , who are intimate with women .

      I am a guy whose done none of these ...

      so why was I curious to watch this film ? why do i feel that in some way I could relate to it?

      for some reason this is just really bothering me..
      Whats the difference between a super virgin, a virgin and a diminutive virgin? Aren't they all..........lets just say "worse off" than everyone else out of fear of offending someone by calling them inferior.
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      Well the moral of the film is that women's perspectives are largely ignored by men in business and other realms, but are valuable in of themselves and should be recognized, and that using "voyeuristic" knowledge for self-gain is morally bankrupt and leads to disaster.

      So...I feel like you missed the point, honestly.
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      (Original post by Anonymous)
      this is a serious issue

      i recently watched a romantic comedy film called "what women want"

      the brief plot of the film is that a guy is able to suddenly hear what every woman is thinking around him, he is able to read only women's minds. He then uses this to gain an advantage in his romantic and career pursuits.

      now I feel bad for watching this film because I am a super virgin.

      I feel as this film was made for men who actually have experience with women, who talk to women, who hang out with women , who are intimate with women .

      I am a guy whose done none of these ...

      so why was I curious to watch this film ? why do i feel that in some way I could relate to it?

      for some reason this is just really bothering me..
      How sweet I guess what women want and what they get are two entirely different things . Take it from me even if they get what they want chances are they don’t want it anymore and that applied to the men they want and the things they want but more so to men as a girls best friend is her purse!
     
     
     
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