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Updated on Monday, June 16

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QUESTION: I'm in my last term, and for the first time in a long time I' single. Needless to say, I've already started my mission of plowing most of the campus.

Are girls going to be concerned about this when I want to get into a real relationship? To be honest, its EASIER to land girls if they think (or know) you've been with tons of others, what gives?

13 comments

  1. nobody wants to have shitty virgin sex again.

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  2. The number of women you sleep with is not correlated to quality of sex you can provide. Just FYI.

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    1. It's correlated, though not caused by. I have found, as have other sexually active people (of both genders) who have shared this information with me, that virgins are not generally optimal sexual partners if you've been having sex for years. Honestly, all that anxiety and jitteriness is a huge detriment to having a good time. They're not feeling anxiety because it's their first time with you and they hope you're compatible (which is a sexy kind of jittery). They're feeling anxiety because it's their first time with _anybody_ and they don't know what to expect and are extremely self conscious.

      I have to +1 commenter 1. I don't think it makes much difference if you've slept with 20 people or 2, but it does matter if you've never done it with another person in your life.

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    2. As a girl I have to agree with this. If you have sex with 75 girls once, you're probably not that great. If you've had sex with one or two but each during a long relationship, you're probably a lot better as you've learnt to learn from your partner.

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  3. It's great up until you give your future spouse crabs.

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    1. There is also no correlation between number of partners and probability of having a disease.

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    2. ^ that violates basic statistics. Yay sex is great and all, but be logical and informed; we shouldn't be throwing logic out the window just because sex is soooo aeesome. Start by recognizing there are risks even with protected sex. This isn't just an argument of correlation... it's causation! you can't get an STD if you're not sleeping with people.

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    3. 3b: but if you only sleep with people who are clean, where will STDs come from..... they don't magically appear out of thin air.... You could have sex with 100 STD-free people and never have STDs, or sleep with one person who does have STDs and get crabs. That's what RL is getting at, I think.

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  4. @RL http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/1411843

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  5. I would consider it a huge red flag if a guy had a very high kill count. If I was dating someone like this, I wouldn't be so delusional as to think I'm the special snowflake that can change his ways and there must be something special about me because he wants a relationship with me.

    I find guys/gals who have a high count tend to be desensitized to the idea of romance and planning for long term commitment. Nothing wrong with it, but it's not what I want, so no for me.

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    1. Very well put and very true.

      You are a wise one young grasshopper.

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  6. OP you're an idiot. I have a high count and it is definetly not easier to keep a relationship. Girls don't want a guy who's been around just as much as guys don't want a girl who's been rode all over town.

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  7. A lot depends on the quality of your experience. Consider fucking some highly regarded people in the sexual department. Brand name recognition is king my friend.

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