cat - 2006-01-21 04:33:17
I kind of already knew that's what you were referring to...ya know, still being a virgin myself - especially when you wrote about having a meltdown, 'cause I did too. You may be shocked to find this out but: I don't "relate" well to most people, especially people of the opposite sex. (I know, this is tantamount to Mrs. Cleaver announcing her addiction to painkillers. :-D) Understanding? *TOTALLY* jiggy wit' it! *GREAT BIG HUG*
Smed - 2006-01-21 09:52:56
Not a freak. It's just who you are, that's all!
Harriet - 2006-01-23 22:26:42
Total understanding from here. And listen to that Smed. He knows what he's talking about.
Kewster - 2006-01-24 11:34:48
I completely understand. I know that those of us who are virgins yet at an age where most people aren't expected to be virgins (what's that? past 20?) are perfectly able to say (or tell themselves?) that they're proud or comfortable of their choices and of who they are. But I'm sure that one of our biggest concerns (disregarding that of WHEN we lose it) is having to tell our first partner that we've not done it before. (And we'd likely only bring it up just before we think we'd really do the did for real.) Scarily, even the most sensitive partner might be unable to hide the fleeting surprise, or might utter "Really?" And even if it's completely non-judgmental, that just seems so hard to face. =/

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