Does anyone know absolutely no one from the opposite gender?

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Anyone?
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nah i know a lot of guys and girls
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nah i know a lot of guys and girls
Well at least one of us does
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How is it possible to have never met anyone from the opposite gender? :rofl:
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Surely you’d know your parents?
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This reminds me soo much of my sixth form friends. I joined an all girls grammar sixth form, having been at a mixed comprehensive for secondary and my lots of my friends had no male friends, except brothers and dads. I remember them all worrying if they'd ever be able to speak to boys, never mind getting a boyfriend and now, we're all 19/20 and they all met male mates at uni and most have had boyfriends! They really worried for nothing and if you relate to this (which I know you may not) please don't worry, it will work itself out. 😊
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How is it possible to have never met anyone from the opposite gender? :rofl:
Well I have but don't really know or have friends from the opposite gender
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Well I have but don't really know or have friends from the opposite gender
Is this an issue to you? Go talk to them just as you would someone of the same gender.
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Is this an issue to you? Go talk to them just as you would someone of the same gender.
I guess so

Find it's harder as guys are pretty chill but girls seem unwilling to have a conversation
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This reminds me soo much of my sixth form friends. I joined an all girls grammar sixth form, having been at a mixed comprehensive for secondary and my lots of my friends had no male friends, except brothers and dads. I remember them all worrying if they'd ever be able to speak to boys, never mind getting a boyfriend and now, we're all 19/20 and they all met male mates at uni and most have had boyfriends! They really worried for nothing and if you relate to this (which I know you may not) please don't worry, it will work itself out. 😊
Hmm yeah I know a few people like this but this doesn't help me too much as I'm a guy; for girls it is easier getting male friends/boyfriends. I'm in my early twenties and have finished uni which was without female mates, relationships or anything intimate so I just kinda feel like a weird person at this stage..
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