I don't want pity answers, or "just believe in yourself!" pop-psyche B. S.. Would YOU honestly date someone with no experience. And I don't mean you would "consider" dating them if they were right in every other way. Would you date someone you've had a crush on before if you found out they had never had a girlfriend/boyfriend?
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Dude this is... so totally not a thing.
If you think this is a thing, you've probably been poisoned by the same corners of the internet that push the idea that being under 6 feet tall is a "sexual death sentence", or that women make relationship decisions based on the length of a boy's penis.
Don't listen to that corner of the internet. Those boys will believe ANYTHING, if it lets them keep avoiding the blame for their own shortcomings, and if it gives them an excuse not to work on themselves. (Those are the same boys who also talk themselves into believing shit like "women aren't even sexually attracted to men" — because they're THAT hell-bent on not accepting that the problem is THEIRS, that they would literally rather deny the fundamental biology that keeps the human species on earth.)
I socialize a LOT. Including, essentially, socializing for a living (... well, not directly, but that's how I ••generate•• business). I know THOUSANDS of couples, and hundreds upon hundreds of singles.
You know how many real-life women I've ever met, who'd actually discriminate against a boy BECAUSE he has a low "number"?
Not a single one.
Plenty of them, on the other hand, WOULD choose against entering a rl with a boy who DOES have a "high number".
And even when women are open to that sort of thing... dude... women want to be SPECIAL. Both emotionally and sexually. So, those of us who don't rlly care how much "sexual experience" a boy has, will sure as hell vet the boy a lot harder for... making us SPECIAL. We won't be open to that unless we're ••sure•• that we're on a whole 'nother level from all the other women he's been with.
(And I don't think it's just women who generally feel this way.)
In general, men and women with "high sociosexuality" (= basically, the more promiscuous ones) tend to pair off together... as do men and women with lower "sociosexuality" (= the ones who haven't accumulated as much "experience", and/or who reserve sex for when there's an emotional bond).
... and that's just something that basically ••happens••. Mostly because those traits are so well aligned with a lot of other things about how people socialize and construct relationships together — NOT because people are CONSCIOUSLY making decisions on the basis of "sexual experience".
To whatever extent you might observe a correlation (between a boy's supposed experience and his desirability as a rl partner) — you can pin that on things like confidence and0THIS IS NOT RELEVANT ANYMORE