so which one do you prefer?
Is it not obvious if I consider sluttiness a very bad trait? exhibitionist virgin hands down.tvtropes.org/.../InnocentFanserviceGirl
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I am not if most virgin girls are like that but I remember my ex teasing me, then stepping back.
I am not sure*
B. Without seeking for a virgin I found a virgin and it was pleasant.
Why wasn't it pleasant?
@Jamie05rhs I felt like I was about to become the next pope, and that my girlfriend was actually my favorite nun.That bad it was.
Huh? I'm confused. Please translate.
@Jamie05rhs We basically didn't have a sexual life, not even online. We did attemp to have online sex, only that I realized it was against her personal values, so I gave up on trying to get her in the mood. It was a 3y relationship.
Why would you even need to have virtual sex? Didn't you live with her?
@Jamie05rhs No, we didn't live together.
So you guys never got married?
@Jamie05rhs Thank God, no. We broke up a few years ago.
Okay. But, with all due respect, why did you expect her to have sex with you if you weren't even married yet? (Just an honest question; no offense.)
@Jamie05rhs? She wasn't that religious, and neither do I. Her reaction was more a family values thing, and I also believe she was just scared to be by her self. She wanted a relationship out of fear.
Religion, family values... Same thing.Okay, so she wanted a relationship. Did you?
@Jamie05rhs Obviously, I saw a future with her.
So then why didn't you guys get married? If you liked each other?Do you think she wouldn't have said yes if you had asked?
@Jamie05rhs Marriage is only an arrangement, it doesn't fix a broken relationship. The only thing marriage do is make your relationship legally or religiously recognised. I can't say exactly what my ex expected from the relation, the only thing I understand is that there was nothing to rescue. It became toxic.
Okay, so what were the problems other than a lack of sex?
@Jamie05rhs Sex was only a symptom of the real issues. 1) Incompatible values.2) Bad communication.3) Her self esteem struggles (she disliked herself).4) My expectations over the reality of the situation (healthy relation: active sexual life, healthy relationship=healthy sexual life...)5) Distance (it was a LDR. Trans Atlantic relationship). It wasn't her exactly the distance. The resources to close it was 1 problem, the legal process to go and live in her country, was problem #2, am, to get a job in her country #3. Hmmm, yeah, #4, both of us were in college (I think she is still in college or dropped off), none of us had access to a part time job,#5.That's it.
Oh, I see. That makes a lot better sense now. Thanks for explaining. Those are some pretty tough obstacles to overcome.
@Jamie05rhs It was more than what we could have handle. The only reasonI decided to have the LD relation was because I thought I will finish college fast, I also thought I was gonna be able to travel out of my town and have a better job. My mom got sick, I get sick. Her condition is chronic, mine is also.. And the distress of the relation made it worst, plus my now ex, had problems concentrating in her own life. The breakup was inevitable, and I am glad it happened.In these times I told her to take care from the pandemic. What she said? It's nothing serious, it's only like a flue.Ffs, if I was living with her I would be DEAD. One more number of the so many who dies from covid, in her beloved Spain.
Wow. Sorry about that, dude. :(
@Jamie05rhs A break up happen for a good damn reason.
I guess so.