Let me start off by saying that I'm not a Christian. I'm a polytheist who believes in a pantheon of Gods. This belief is absolutely abhorrent to Christians. I am also not a progressivist. I don't believe in freedom or equality. There are not many women that come remotely close to my personal beliefs. Most women I can choose from will either be progressive, or if I want a conservative one, Christian.
I have however found some things that I would like to share with you today.
Often times left wing people like progressives or feminists tell you that their beliefs are better than Christian beliefs or general conservative beliefs.
They are sex positive, respect liberty, human rights, equality and highly value individuality and gender neutrality. Christian women are none of these things.What progressives want to say is that their beliefs lead to a better human experience and general happiness than conservative beliefs.
I am willing to accept this can totally be the case for many people. However, it hasn't worked out for me even though I did everything to try and make it work out in the past.
If I talk about sex with a progressive woman, she often says that having many sex partners is good, have lots of sex is good. They are often curious how many sex partners I have had in the past few months.
If I tell them the number is zero, they always react as if there is something wrong with me. In a contemptuous or sassy way. Not to make me feel bad, but simply to tease me a little. I don't mind that. I'm not offended by this. They often say they don't understand why I'm not looking for women to have sex with.
Often they point out their female friends who are sexually liberal and who would likely not reject my advances. I always feel anxious when this happens. I reject the offer and that's the end of our conversation.
When I talk about it to a Christian woman, the conversation is much different. She asks me if I have found someone yet and the answer is no. They often ask me why. I tell them I don't know why.
There is clearly something wrong with me when it comes to my love and sex life.
Christian women are much more understanding of my feelings as a man compared to progressive women. The problem is not that I'm not having sex or in a relationship, but there is an underlying cause to my problems.
That cause is that I have a hard time with being touched on my body. Conservative women who I have talked to, who all happened to be Christians have been understanding of this but not progressive women.