I'm 25 years old, and I'm still a virgin. I've also never had a girlfriend. Unlike how this may be perceived, I'm not asking this out of insecurity or doing it to see how many people are in the same boat as me. It's purely for experimental reasons.
It just seems like GAG is a breeding ground for virgins (notice the juxtaposition there)? To go beyond that, it doesn't seem uncommon for people in their 20's 30's... and it in some rare cases, 40's, to have never been in a relationship. I'm just curious to see where people fall into.
- Under 12 years old.Vote A
- 13-17 years old.Vote B
- 18-22 years old.Vote C
- 23-27 years old.Vote D
- 28-32 years old.Vote E
- Over 32 years old.Vote F
- I've still never had a girlfriend/boyfriend OR Unsure (If Unsure, explain)Vote G
@Anonymous You stole the words out of my mouth. I was going to say the same thing.
Most Helpful Girl
What is your standard for a "relationship"?
Is it the first time someone else said you were a couple? 'Cause that would be when I was 4 and was hopelessly in love with my cousin's boyfriend (now husband)'s brother. He was 6.
Is it the first time you called yourself boyfriend and girlfriend? That'd have been when I was 13. I asked a boy out in 6th grade and we spent a delightful 6 months not talking or associating with each other in any way whatsoever and then I broke up with him.
Is it the first time you actually went on dates with another person? That'd be in 9th grade when I was 16. We spent 9 months together until shit hit the fan in a giant mess of an explosion lol
My first (and only) serious relationship was when I was 18 and I'm still with him.0
Most Helpful Guy
I think it's just that on here there's the anonymous polls and opinions meaning people can be honest about it. People don't brag about beeing virgins, so you don't realise in real how many people are.
Anyway to answer the question I got my first girlfriend at 18, well we met online when I was 17, after a year of talking I moved to the same city as her and we got together0