I don't know if this is some kind of devaluation of the male ego or what, but some men seem to really hate the idea that a girl wouldn't immediately have sex with him, but let other guys do that previously. Why is this? If anything, it should be a compliment.
Most Helpful Guy
You should be perfectly happy to buy a new car with the basic package for $31,500.00 knowing full well that the last customer bought the same car with the leather interior, the upgraded stereo and the performance drive train for $23,900.00
After all you WERE treated "differently" and "differently" is ALWAYS special.
Economists call this phenomena "price discrimination". People can accept that no two tickets on an airplane to a given destination were sold at the same price. People are not so accomodating in interpersonal relationships.
The question the guy asks of himself is "What is WRONG with me that I am treated this way?"
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Most Helpful Girl
You know, I asked a similar question about "born again virgins." Or basically, women who had sex, but now want to wait. Out of the twenty-odd men who responded, only three said that they'd be okay or somewhat okay.
But the others gave me in-depth explanations on why not the newly turned celibate girl.
Their reasons were:
1. Her decision makes them question if they're good enough for her
2. Puts her "pussy on a pedestal" and it isn't fair
3. Shows that she's either insecure and\or indecisive, therefore not good girlfriend material
4. She sounds irrational
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