I'm a 26 year old single guy who hasn't had sex in about 5 years and I'm sick of the games girls play so I am looking to release all my pent up sexual frustration by looking for a glory hole where I can get blow jobs and/or sex. If anyone has information of any kind please let me know. I think not...
I'm a 26 year old single guy who hasn't had sex in about 5 years and I'm sick of the games girls play so I am looking to release all my pent up sexual frustration by looking for a glory hole where I can get blow jobs and/or sex. If anyone has information of any kind please let me know. I think not having sex for so long has hurt my mentality and confidence with girls and its very hard for me to get through my sexual drought. Any help would be awesome. Thanks.
Note: I know this question is an odd one and many people won't accept it, but I don't care. Me posting this question in the first place should show that I don't care. I am simply seeing what all my options are so that I can find a solution to my problem once and for all. its pretty pathetic that its come to this for me, but maybe if girls thought differently this wouldn't be a problem. I don't know, which is why I asked the question.
No, I do not know where you can find one. Nor do I recommend it.
"I can see why I'm having a hard time with girls right now. There's only one kind [of woman] out there."
Lovely. Another guy who blames his situation on women. Perhaps it is YOU; perhaps you move too quickly, move too slowly, get clingy (which is typical for desperate or lonely guys), get suspicious (ties into the last one I listed), have unrealistic ideas of the girl you wish for (regarding appearance, social status, career, etc.), look for girls in the wrong places/are not open to looking for girls in certain setting... the list goes on. "Games" are only played when you go after someone who is looking for something different than you.
For someone to love you, you have to get out of your mindset. I am being honest when I say that I would not date a guy who is playing the victim, who is blaming the entire female gender (i.e. ME).
And, one last thing, stop focusing on your alleged "sexual drought." If I knew a man had that thought in his head while we were dating, if I knew he saw me as something to alleviate his "sexual drought," I would end it. You need to dedicate your attention to a greater meaning.