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  1. Is this normal? No. It is not normal for a male to behave this way if he has made a conscious decision and commitment to be a man. In fact, this is inappropriate behavior for any guy -- whether he has chosen to be a man or something less than one. I advise you to end your association with him right away as I assume that, like any intelligent self respecting woman, your desire is to have a relationship only with a guy who chooses to be a gentleman. A mere four weeks or so into interacting with you, this individual has revealed what his true intentions are and, they aren't in any way the intentions of a gentleman. He is not investing his time and attention into you so that he might get to know you, so that he might discover your beauty and who you are as a person. If your heart is what he desired, this is what he would be pursuing. Instead he is pursuing your body or rather, the use of your body to temporarily satisfy his lust. He is not endeavoring to fall in love with who you are as a person; he is endeavoring to use you for sex. As such, he is not a man, much less a gentleman -- he has chosen to be something less than these things. If a male is only willing to talk about sex with you then, that's the only part of you or your life that he is interested in. If he doesn't desire your heart far more than he desires your body then, he is unsuitable for a romantic relationship. If his desire is to use you as a means to pleasure himself, rather than to love and respect you then, you shouldn't invest any part of your life or yourself into him. You laid down some personal boundaries when you let this guy know that you are not comfortable or okay with showing him your naked body. He has repeatedly demonstrated that he doesn't have even the basic love or respect of a friend for you because he disregards those boundaries, continually pushing you to share pornographic photos of yourself. In the beginning the two of you talked and shared. You gave him a taste of your heart and who you are as a person -- you gave him a glimpse of your beauty. His actions have made it apparent that this isn't a part of you that he found appealing or interesting enough to pursue, as demonstrated by the fact that every time you talk, he pursues sex rather than your heart, your mind, and your emotions. The moment he finds out he isn't going to get anything sexual out of you, he hangs up -- he is done with you. You have nothing else to offer that he wants. He doesn't desire your heart, your intellect, your love, your true beauty -- anything other than using you as a means to sexually gratify himself. It has been a month. You've seen who he is and what he wants from you. Dump him today and move on. You are worthy of so much more than this individual.
  2. Anything is possible -- perhaps even likely if you've chosen to be a man, be strong, and use your brain. Hitting on that note, I think you are quite aware that the chances of you holding on to your principles and integrity are substantially diminished by putting yourself into a situation where you are not only tempted but also, have significant peer pressure to shirk your manhood and behave as an uncivilized animal. Come on dude, you know better -- if you didn't, you wouldn't be asking this question. Be a man; choose an admirable path and stay on it. Being a man isn't always going to be easy. It requires sacrifice -- a price to be paid -- but, that's what makes we males who have chosen to be men such a valuable commodity in this culture where so many choose to be something less.
  3. I honestly don't know. As far back as I can remember, into my childhood, it has just always been a part of me -- you don't have sex with a person unless you are married to them. Even before I knew exactly what sex was (at least the mechanics of it anyway) I was inclined to save it for marriage. When I began my close intimate walk with God in my early twenties, my already strong stance on waiting strengthened and intensified exponentially. I turned forty one a couple of weeks ago and am still saving my virginity for when (if) I choose to get married.
  4. 1. Does being called a virgin make you feel bad about yourself? Has it ever? I can't say that anyone has ever "called" me a virgin. That stated, I don't have a problem sharing with others that I am one. It's not something that I am ashamed of. I've always been of the mind that saving sex for marriage is the right thing to do and that, I am making the appropriate decision to remain a virgin until I get married. To be honest, until I joined this forum -- nearly five years ago now -- I sort of lived in a bubble of my own making and just assumed that more people than not remained virgins until they were married. I was aware that premarital sex was prevalent in our society; I didn't realize just how prevalent. That stated, while I don't feel bad about myself, it does often hurt that I have never had the intimate, bonding, marital friendship with a woman that, for me, sex would be a part of. 2. Have you ever been teased for it? What happened? How'd it make you feel? I don't ever recall being teased about my virginity. I'm a big dude with a serious, no nonsense demeanor. That's a combination that doesn't really inspire teasing from others, particularly the variety of childish, immature non-adults who would misuse their time and energy for something like that. 3. Do you even care what people think? why/why not? Not really. I am my own man. People generally fall in line with me, not the other way around. I would however, care what people thought if I slept around and, by doing so, gave others the idea that it was acceptable for them to do the same. My nephew has been in my care his entire life. I've raised him as my own son. If he had observed me, for nearly the past eighteen years, bringing women home and into my bed and staying out late or overnight at their houses, what would that have taught him? What kind of example would that have set for him? He would think it's perfectly acceptable to carouse around and have sex whenever and with whomever his hormonal whimsy dictated. Instead, with the example I've set for him, he knows better. In that regard, I do care what others think. 4. Did you ever feel it was a pejorative term during your teenage years? Do you feel the same way about the term now? I imagine in some circles it was childishly bandied about as a negative term. I don't really know for certain though, as I never socialized enough in my teenage years for the subject to ever come up. Now, as a forty year old adult, I get the distinct impression that most people in my age group view middle aged virginity as an indication that there is something wrong with a person -- either psychologically or physically. In fact, I've even encountered that attitude on this website. I seem to have the opposite effect on people's perceptions though. When you own your virginity -- when your virginity is a conscious decision made by a strong decisive individual, rather than an unfortunate, pitiable thing that happened to a weak person who couldn't manage get rid of it -- you are respected for the choice you made. People tend to view your virginity the same way you view it. If you are ashamed of or embarrassed about your virginity then, other people are going to think there is something wrong with you, something you should be embarrassed about. If instead, you are confident and have no problem with your virginity then, other people will tend not to have a problem with it either.
  5. Wow.  The new format deleted all of my friends and my profile picture.  I guess it was time for a new one anyway.  This site swiped the other one from my gmail account when I joined nearly four years ago.

  6. Warning: Phishing site

    The site seems to be no longer broken. Definite thanks and gratitude to Mike for fixing things. It had become quite a chore to navigate around this place.
  7. Warning: Phishing site

    Both Firefox and Avast blocked this specific thread, though nothing else that I've experienced so far. I'd almost be willing to bet a wooden nickel that the donkey's rear who has been spamming this place the past few days had something to do with this. When given the option in my browser, I reported to Google that this wasn't a threatening site. What that's worth, I don't know. Edit: I'm getting it with various other threads now. That's very annoying. I do notice that when I click on a thread, in the address bar it takes me to a specific post in the thread, rather than to the main thread itself. It's never done that before on this site.
  8. I'm not one of the ladies but, I will answer anyway. Why does a guy get "freindzoned"? Because he isn't her "one" and she isn't his. If by some rare chance God intended that the guy be the one for her, for whatever reason, she rejected God's idea and he gives her the right to do that. God likely has other options lined up for her. Love is a choice. It is a willingly given gift. It's not something that's forced. Is there anything a guy can do to get out of this situation? Indeed there is. He can have some self respect and dignity and move on. He can find the woman that is his "one" and invest himself -- his time, his energy, his heart, and spirit -- into her instead of expending what belongs to her on someone else. For some reason most people think that romantic rejection is a horrible thing. It isn't. It's a blessing. It means that even if you can't see that a relationship -- and eventually marriage because that's the point of having a romantic relationship in the first place -- is not feasible or is a bad idea, thankfully the other person did realize it and, did you both a favor by not allowing it to happen. Romantic rejection is ultimately a blessing. Be grateful for it and move on.
  9. I've never been to that website before. For a first impression, I am seriously unimpressed. Where did they find that person at? Does just anyone get to dispense "advice" off of their website? From what I understand, that individual wrote this piece for a series of articles advising women how to find the man of their dreams. I wonder if that's a joke of some kind. If the "man of her dreams" is a selfish, self focused non-man who thinks women are little more than prostitutes to be purchased and used for their bodies and sexuality then I guess this article might be pertinent. Otherwise, it's simply selfish whining drivel. In writing this crusty little rant, all the "author" accomplished was to reveal a great deal about who he is as a person, rather than dispense any kind of sound advice. This person seems to be under the twisted and mistaken impression that a date is some sort of prostitutional business transaction, wherein the male is purchasing sex from a female by spending a few meager hours chatting with her and maybe paying for her dinner. I guess what this genius fails to realize is that she likely has actual friends to chat with and her own money to buy her own dinner. She doesn't need him for any of that. True adults -- even most adolescents -- understand that pre-marital or pre-engagement dating is so a couple can learn about each other and spend time in one another's company, primarily, to determine if they would like to continue to pursue a romantic relationship and, ultimately, spend their lives together. This guy thinks it's something you do do pay a hooker for sex. That says an awful lot about how he regards women and his lack of respect for their true worth and value. I was curious about this cowardly donkey who writes anonymously so, I did a few minutes worth of digging. I came across another article in the same series on the same website that, I can only assume was written by the same person because it mirrored the same twisted views and was also written anonymously. What's even more appalling is, his expanded elaboration that a date is a prostitutional transaction. In the piece entitled "Having Sex Is Not An Equal Exchange Of Energy For a Date" he shares his opinion that whatever sex he has "purchased" by going on a date with a woman and -- unbelievably -- paying for only his half, isn't worth it. The woman should somehow owe him not just sex but, something more as well for taking her out on a date. He goes so far as to make the ludicrous statement that the woman should actually be paying him, both for sex and for the date. I'd say he has a rather lofty opinion of his worth and value to the opposite gender. Perhaps HE is the only thing worthy of his time and effort. Considering that, maybe this guy should go out on a date with himself and repay himself by having intercourse with himself. That's the same expectation he has has for the women he dates. This is probably what would be best for everyone, both for him and for any woman unfortunate enough to encounter him.
  10. Re-introduction!

    It's nice to have you back.
  11. how can i stand strong?

    Welcome Clara. You are just starting your adulthood and getting things set up the way you want and need them to be in your life. That privilege and responsibility is solely yours and no one else's. No one but you gets a say in how your life is going to be. Saving the beauty of your body and the intimacy of sex for the man who marries you, the man who actually commits to sharing the rest of your life with you, is a very noble and wise decision. If you had a husband you both would share the life you are setting up so he would get to have a say in things. Your boyfriend, he made no such decision, commitment or, promise. If he had, he would be married to you. His life is his own and he can do whatever he wants with it. However, he has no rights and no say in how you run yours. If you choose not to have sex with men who don't love and think enough of you to be your husband and spend the rest of their life with you -- your current boyfriend included -- that is your decision and not his. If he can't or won't respect that and live with it free of complaint and harassment then it's an indication that he doesn't love you as he should, that he doesn't love you as you are entitled to be loved. As such he has absolutely no business being a part of your life. If however, he loves you enough to let you set your life up the way you feel is best and supports you in your decisions then, it is an indication that he loves you enough to want what's best for you and what you feel comfortable with. Such a man might be worthy of having a place in your world. A male who will only "love" you if you give him sex is a male who doesn't really love you at all. Saving sex for marriage weeds out those types of males so that you can find the man who truly will love, care about and, respect you. If you don't stand strong, protect and, take care of the life you have ahead of you, no one will and; that life will end up someplace you never wanted it to be. You must fight for your life and make a conscious effort to steer it in the direction you want. If you don't, someone else -- perhaps your boyfriend -- might take the wheel and drive it into the gutter.
  12. 50 Shades of Love?

    In my experience, Cora Jay, I don't think you are imagining things. Maybe it's where I live or maybe it's just random chance but, it seems that a great deal of females swoon over and choose males that are domineering and agressive -- usually to the point that these males are regularly disrespectful to females and frequently cross the line into being verbally and emotionally abusive to them. I've even seen social workers, counselors, those claiming to be hardcore feminists, mental health workers -- all people who staunchly advise women against such relationships -- latch on to the first "bad boy" or "alpha male" that comes along and proceed to have their nerves, dignity and, emotions trampled. I have seen many of them enter this type of relationship repeatedly. It defies logic, flies in the face of common sense and, boggles the mind. What I have concluded is that someone who chooses and finds this type of male attractive, hasn't yet matured into a woman. On some level they are still a girl -- an unmatured female. Likewise, neither do I regard the overly agressive type of male a man. In his heart, he has not grown and matured into a man. It can only be expected that an unmatured female would find herself attracted to an unmatured male. As for myself, as a man, I wouldn't even consider having a relationship with a female who finds bad boys, alphas, and domineering males attractive. Such a person has not yet become a woman in her heart. She has yet to develop the wisdom and sensibility that are hallmarks of womanhood. As a man, I only find women attractive. I am not romantically drawn to children or to a female who has anything less than the maturity of a full blown woman. You should be proud of yourself Cora Jay that, on a very important level, you have grown into a woman while so many around you are still little more than children -- essentially girls and adolescents chasing after males who are less than men. Regarding the Fifty Shades filth, I think most females who fantasize about this type of donkey manure, would find themselves deeply traumatized if they actually had to edure it in real life. As I stated above, they are not yet grown in heart and mind. It's much the same as the boy who imagines himself cutting down enemies left and right and fighting gloriously on the battlefield. He's not really a man until he becomes aware that such a scenario is literally Hell on Earth and that it's best to avoid it if at all possible.
  13. Have you ever been arrested?

    I've never been arrested or had any problems with law enforcement. I've been stopped a number of times driving, usually because I was speeding or technically breaking traffic laws but, I've never been issued a ticket which, is pretty amazing considering I'm 39 and have been driving my entire adult life. As a teenager I was walking around on rural family property in the middle of the night when I encountered several police officers who were present for a matter unrelated to me. I wasn't breaking any laws but, I did have a huge sixteen inch bowie knife strapped to my leg. They decided to briefly question me to see if I knew anything about what was going on. At first they didn't notice the knife. When one officer finally did, a bystander said the officer's jaw dropped and his eyes bugged out before he quickly unsnapped the sheath and removed the knife. After a bit of questioning, they returned my knife and left without incident. Several years ago I was heading out on a cross country trip on a cold, moonless, Winter night with my cousin when his car broke down nearly forty miles away from where I lived -- which was also the nearest town. I layered up a bunch of clothing and set out on foot for home, leaving him with the car. I had some pretty wicked hardware with me in the car but, left it all with my cousin and shoved a .357 revolver and ammo into a fanny pack. Less than two hours down the road a state trooper pulled up and asked if I wanted a ride into town. I gratefully accepted. Before he let me climb into his cage he asked if I had any weapons on me. I informed him of the revolver in the fanny pack and he indicated that because of department policy I would have to let it ride up front with him. I was clearly breaking state law by concealing a firearm on my person without a permit. However, I wasn't about to go walking down a highway in the middle of nowhere in the black of night without something to take care of trouble if it found me and I casually stated as much to the officer. He agreed that he wouldn't either and that was all that was said about the gun. He returned the .357 to me when he dropped me off at my house. I've heard lots of horror stories about police but, thankfully, in my personal experience, I've found most law enforcement to be pretty reasonable. I'm sure that's due in no small part to a certain amount of luck and the attitude and mindset of people who populate the small towns and rural areas I've always lived in. Something that also has a lot to do with it is my own attitude, my bearing, being polite and respectful and, being honest. It is due also to exercising common sense and not behaving like an idiot. That same night in my cousin's car I also had a 9mm Beretta and a big honking OA-93 AR15 handgun accompanied by a whole mess of loaded 30 round magazines. In contrast to the illegally concealed .357, if I had set out with the OA-93 dangling from my shoulder and a pouch full of magazines strapped to my hip, I would not have been breaking any laws because open carry of a handgun is legal where I live. That setup however, would quite likely have illicited a far less friendly reaction from the officer. I could have very possibly found myself looking down the barrel of his firearm as he ordered me to place my "weapon" on the ground and put my hands behind my head. For reference, the video linked below depicts an OA-93:
  14. How do you Men control yourselves?

    What urges? If you feel the urge to say lewd, unsavory and/or, disrespectful things to females when you are around them, I would reccommend you begin working on yourself so that you can grow and mature into a man. I'm inclined to believe most of the guys on here do their best to keep a clean, wholesome, respectful mind -- particularly when it comes to women. That's where it starts. A good place to begin is to rebuke yourself any time you catch your mind thinking less than admirable thoughts about anything, not just women. If you are not proud of the filth that's floating around in your mind then clean it up. If what you watch on TV or the music you listen to influences your thoughts in a direction you don't like then, stop putting that garbage into your consciousness. If the people you hang around have conversation and lifestyles that are less than laudable, change that area of your life as well. If you don't have trash thoughts in your mind about women to begin with then, you won't have to worry about hiding who you are and accidentally revealing to women what you truly think about them.
  15. Who here aspires to marry a wealthy man?

    What's not true? I am uncertain as to what part of my post you disagree with. I never indicated that a marriage based on materialistic desires couldn't survive. Nor did I claim that it was wrong to have materialistic preferences. I did point out many of the pitfalls, drawbacks, and consequences to the OP's extreme attitude and stance in this matter. Perhaps I was unclear and didn't express my thoughts and opinions as well as I thought I did. If that is the case, I apologize for any confusion my possible failure to communicate clearly might have caused.