I'm a fitness model and you know as a model in fashion or fitness I know, that being 23, I only got so many good years left in the industry. And I often feel the same way about dating. A lot of men make it very clear they think women lose most of their sexual value in their late 20s. It's essentially the same reason a model is considered too old in her late 20s and it worries me that I've never had a boyfriend or even been close to it
It's ust dating is difficult for me. I've been taking a few engineering classes the past few years, working towards a degree. It's a very male dominated field and yet it doesn't do anything for my dating prospects.
My friend keeps saying you don't need to date a lot, you just need to find the right one, being with the wrong guy until you're 28 does you no good either. Well true but dating is a numbers game, right? The more people you're with the more likley you are to find the one. And I haven't been with anyone and frankly i don't know if it's ever going to happen.
The other thing is that I'm still a virgin and I want to have sex. The past few years I really started craving it and I'm tired "doing it myself "
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There is no age where you lose all your value, but it is true that the longer you wait to settle down the harder it will be. Because most of the good guys will be taken, and you will just have the leftovers. If a guy is 40 and single, there must be a reason for that, ya know what i mean?
So yes, i think it would be best for you to keep on the lookout for a guy. The "don't search for love, because it will happen when you least expect it" advice is BS. Its like saying that you will eventually get rich if you sit on the couch watching T. V. All day. You can't sit there waiting for somebody to show up, you have to go out and find him.
Your friends advice was BS too, because your right. Dating is a numbers game. The more people you date, the more likely ONE of them will be compatible. There is also nothing wrong with going out with more than one guy at a time, as long as you haven't decided to be exclusive with one of them, and don't lead them on too long. After 2 or 3 dates you have to decide that they aren't right for you, or that you have to break it off with everyone else and continue dating.
And also, just some of my own advice: Date a variety of different guys. If you date a guy and he ends up not being compatible, if you date another guy that appears to be similar, chances are - he won't be compatible either.0