Mark Posted July 8, 2010 Report Share Posted July 8, 2010 Welcome to a Virginity forum. This is being created this evening in response to a comment made out on an advice question on the "Main Site" from 2005 titled "26 year old virgin". Though the advice is from 2005 - the comment quoted below is from July, 2010 (e.g, very recently)"Hey, guys (and gals)...I am also a male virgin @ 26. It never really hit me until I turned 23, that I'm a little bit behind in the game. However, we're all really fortunate to have this site to talk about how we feel and stuff. I just was reading through some of the posts and nearly all of us are virtually describing the same thing...fear of intimacy, afraid of what others think. I feel, as others had mentioned we should start talking about this with each other, exchanging e-mails, and getting to know each other; where we can feel more comfortable. Maybe virgins feel more comfortable with virgins, which may be the key to losing your virginity, who knows? I know that I would rather talk to someone who knows how I feel. It's not even about sex anymore, it's really about not being alone when going to the movies, or the beach or attending a family function and everyone's wondering, where your date is? It may seem strange, but I too, think I lack love at times? It's like I'm starting to percieve relationships as baggage and a waste of my time and energy? Am I becoming bitter? I don't know. I am tired of being alone. I hope this helps those of you feel a little better, and that we're never alone!!! Never know what tomorrow brings us."I hope this can be a place where such a community as this guy wishes to participate in takes hold. In this place, feel free to talk about: - feeling like a 40 Year Old Virgin => someone who is acutely and painfully aware that they are supposed to have had sex already and who are developmentally behind their peers in this regard but feel helpless to do anything about it. - strong pressures people might feel subject to which require one to maintain (or regain!) virginity- etc. However, "Please keep it clean". This is a SENSITIVE TOPIC in that it is highly sexual. We will be enforcing the "no graphic language or descriptions" rule so as to keep this place focused on the *emotions* surrounding virginity, rather than on the subject of sex itself. Mark Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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