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’ That doesn’t mean she’s not a sweet girl.” Another 32-year-old, who is engaged to his partner of three years, likewise isn’t fazed by 100. “The men don’t care that she’s had a lot of sexual partners—they care that she’s likely to have sex with them,” she said.“If you’ve had 100 perfectly healthy and safe one-night stands, then go nuts,” he said. Similarly, sent me results from their annual Singles in America survey that found that out of 2,478 men asked, 1,871—75.5 percent—said they’d be comfortable dating someone who’s had more sexual partners than themselves. “If anything, I prefer people that have had more partners,” the 32-year-old fiancé said.I have a girlfriend who comes from a religious family .. it makes me really unhappy and think that i want to end the relationship.they have really good principles and manners, but since she went to the university unfortunately she met friends who really have no principles in life. She went to the doctor and he said her birth control pill may be decreasing her desire to have sex. I love her but sometimes can’t get over what she did even if she said to me 1000 times that she regrets sleeping with the other men and says that if she had a boyfriend like me at that time she never would have done it. but she said to me she can’t have sex everyday .she says I pressure her. she wants me always to show her that I love her without having sex, but I don’t separate between love and sex. She wants me to touch her, kiss her, and see how hot she is and I’m not allowed to have sex with her…I also fear that she can’t have children because she has another problem plus the HPV which can give her cancer.(He’s not sure of the exact tally, because when he asks how many, she replies, “This year?
“At my age now, I would rather date women that have dated a lot than not have dated at all.In 2015, a woman’s number just doesn’t seem a big deal to me.To find out if I was alone, I called up some straight guys in their 20s and 30s to ask what they thought.Tessler said we should be assessing our sexual pasts in a whole different way.“People should stop counting the number of sexual partners they’ve had and start counting the numbers of orgasms they’ve had with partners,” she said.