I have noticed since I have been in college and even in grad school that anyone (male or female) who hasn't been in a relationship is considered as having something wrong. It gets worse if they haven't kissed someone or gone a date. When did it become absolutely necessary to have experienced all these things by the time you are 20? Is the thought never considered that maybe that person was shy or decided to focus on other things besides relationships and hooking up. But instead these people are teased, people don't won't to date them because they think they will be bad at physical stuff or clingy, and they end up thinking something must seriously wrong with them.
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There are some immature people out there who will look down on those who are behind the curve in relationships and matters of love. That being said, if you, or anyone else is lacking experience, you might want to try to be introspective to ask if it was because you had other priorities, or because you didn't know how to relate to men on beyond a platonic level? People that have been in a lot of bad relationships or casual hookups aren't exactly the type you want advice from when it comes to finding something serious. Are you trying to get in a relationship now, or are you going to try for that at some point later?1
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