Kontra Kommando said:
I think if people have a tough time getting laid, they should just focus on their personal finances, and career path.
Ok, I'm going to say I'm closer to the not singing the song I posted way back in page 1 a hell of a lot more than I would. It's exactly for the reason of concentrating on career and finance, and a lot of other minor things that takes up my time, but I'm hapy enough so amen
Meh, the whole virgin-to-promiscuous continuum is pretty pointless. Some people have a lot of sex, others have none at all. Some people are okay with this, others view it as a source of strife or immaturity (speaking of both ends of the continuum).
Ultimately, the only thing that matters is that one is healthy and happy.
Though I'm not like KK's friend, something about paying for sex is just unsettling for me.
Don't quiet know about that, I havn't came up with any crazy hypothesis, I'm just not interested. The only akward moment I have faced is when aunts and grans start asking if there is a girlfirend, looking for great grandchildren\niece\newphews, which somehow doesn't bring the more akward "boyfriend?" question yet (no and I'm not, not that there is anything wrong with that, but that a debate for another forum if really required).
I think the more time you spend being a virgin the more you dwell on it and invent this crazy hypothesis about how you're an outsider or that there is something inherently wrong with you, whether it be your personality, your looks, or how you function in society, when all it is is some level of social anxiety that makes you treat sex like it is "the dreaded s word" instead of something that's perfectly normal.
Think after high school, social circles calm down on sex in general, more sexual comments but less pressure.