Ten Things Every Twenty-Something Virgin is Tired of Hearing by Alice Riley

Ten Things Every Twenty-Something Virgin is Tired of Hearing by Alice Riley

You don’t have to be in your 20s to find these sorts of things obnoxious and annoying. You can be over the age of 30, a virgin, and still be faced with these types of platitudes and put-downs and incredulity.

(Link): Ten Things Every Twenty-something Virgin is Tired of Hearing

Excerpts:

When it comes to losing your virginity, some people meet their first love at 15, date for X months before deciding they’re ‘ready’, and do the deed.

Others, however, were on the shy side, went through education with a gender ratio that didn’t work out in their favour, or were just a bit unlucky, and therefore managed to make it into their twenties (or beyond), without having, well, done it yet.

But it’s fine.

Everyone’s life progresses at their own pace.

But while we late bloomers are aware sex isn’t the be all and end all, and we’re happy to wait for whatever it is that we’re waiting for, other people on the other hand *do* have a problem with our lack of action.

Here are 10 things every twenty-something virgin is tired of hearing. [You can also add virgins age 30+ to this list for a lot of the things on this list]

4. ‘You’re frigid/ boring/ a prude’

Just because there’s no-one I want to explore those kind of feelings with right now doesn’t mean I have no sexual feelings at all.

When a man accuses a woman of not having any sexual feelings, what usually happened was she didn’t have a sexual feelings *for him*.

Probably because she caught on to his sexual entitlement complex and her vagina dried up faster than an earthworm in a heatwave.

7. ‘It’s not a big deal, you should just do it’

If it’s not a big deal, why is it a big deal that I haven’t done it?

 9. ‘Men like experienced women’ (or insert the appropriate genders)

The harsh truth of it is that some men may like experienced women.

But equally, some men like the traditionalist type.

Some men like someone they can lead.

And some men couldn’t give a toss about how many previous sexual partners someone has, as long as they fancy them.

And if someone doesn’t want to date me, why would I want to date them anyway?

( read the rest here )


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(Link): Women Are Still Being Told To Lower Their Standards / Stupid Sh*t People Say to Singles by S. H. Weiss

(Link):  Please Stop Shaming Me for Being Single by J. Vadnal

(Link):  Things Married People Should Not Say to Singles (via Hax)

(Link):   10 Things Never to Say to a Single Girl (article)

(Link): Fifteen Things You Shouldn’t Say or Do To Your Single Friends

(Link):  New-ish Christian Cliche’ About Singlehood: “Don’t Waste Your Singleness” -or- “Make the Most of Your Singleness”

(Link): Responding to the Cliche’ ‘Jesus Is All You Need’ – Christian never married lonely single

(Link): Following the Usual Advice Won’t Get You Dates or Married – Even Celebrities Have A Hard Time

(Link): Christians: Please Stop Telling Singles that Their Singleness is “For God’s Glory” /  Owen Strachan’s “Being Single To Bring God Glory” Essay

(Link): ‘Why Are You Single’ Lists That Do Not Pathologize Singles by Bella DePaulo  

(Link): Another Obnoxious ‘Why You’re Not Married Yet‘ Article

(Link): There is No Such Thing as a Gift of Singleness or Gift of Celibacy or A Calling To Either One

(Link):  The Holy Spirit Sanctifies a Person Not A Spouse – Weekly Christian Marriage Advice Column Pokes Holes in Christian Stereotype that Marriage Automatically Sanctifies People

(Link):  The Cruel, Capricious God of Naive Christians, Concerning Singleness and Marriage – If Only You Had Waited Five More Minutes!

(Link): Ever Notice That Christians Don’t Care About or Value Singleness, Unless Jesus Christ’s Singleness and Celibacy is Doubted or Called Into Question by Scholars?

(Link): A Long Time Single Responds to a ‘Why You’re Not Married’ Article

 

 

 

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