30 year old virgin thread Anonymous 45761[Reply]
Hi I'm a 30 year old virgin and I've never had a boyfriend or held hands or anything like that. I've been one like 2 dates because I forced myself to go on a date so I wouldn't be 30 and have never gone on a date. Covid ruined my plans of securing a man for the sake of securing a man, so here I am I actually turned 30 as pure as the driven snow. 10 posts and 1 image reply omitted. Click reply to view.
Anyone else? Whats your story? Why are you a virgin? How do you tell people? Does it bother you? Do you plan on doing something about it? Lets gather and cry together sisters.
>>45769>even the prettiest, smartest, most clever woman will go unappreciated, and most frighteningly, end up mistreated, by the man that manages to capture her, no matter how much vetting is done
Never seen during my entire stay on the earth
How have you not seen this? It's not even remotely uncommon at all.
So, what powers did you get?
Turning 29 soon. I had plans of having my postgrad by 24, finding a boyfriend in uni and building a family by 28, but none of that happened.
I've been on plenty of dates, but they've all been awful. Either they're fetishists because of my height and build or they're dreadful stealth-misogynists. I'm not outgoing, fun, pretty, happy or romantic, so it's no surprise all my attempts to build a relationship have failed.
I would never tell anyone I'm a virgin. I lie to even my closest friends and family and it always hurts to do so. It kills me inside when my family excitedly asks if a male friend or colleague is my boyfriend, or if I'm going to start dating a guy I went out with. The disappointment in my mother is noticeable, though she tries to hide it and has started telling me I shouldn't worry about it and that I could find the love of my life decades from now.
I'm doing something about it right now. I met a guy who normally I wouldn't even go out once with, but being picky about my 'type' hasn't made me happy, so I'm branching out. He's tall, strong, hairy, very masculine, politically confused and has an exceedingly dark sense of humour, so exactly the antithesis of anyone I usually feel comfortable dating. His redeeming qualities? He treats me with genuine respect as an equal and peer, finds me attractive as a mother to his children, treats me with tenderness without condescension, has excellent genetics with a family full of strong, well rounded women in positions of familial power and is a published scientist. Honestly, I think he's the best I will do, and settling for someone I don't find shatteringly sexy isn't the worst thing in the world.