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Honestly, I haven't had a ton of great reactions from guys I've dated.
They didn't want a relationship that wasn't physical, and it was a deal breaker.A lot of guys are so accustomed to the virgin archetype that they worry they'll tarnish me, or think that I won't be any fun or that I'm conservative.I think the worst is when guys think that, just because I'm waiting to have sex, [that] means that I'm not a sexual being or that sex isn't attractive to me.In general, I've noticed that men really respect my decision to wait.They see it as something that makes me unique, and most of the time, they feel that waiting allows us to focus on important aspects of relationships that aren't physical.There's no hard and fast rule of when to tell a guy — every relationship is different, and I sort of just have to feel it out.
I feel like guys try to treat me more gently but also assume a lot about me.
That's deterred people before, but I try to be as honest as possible.
It always comes up on dates — I make it a point to start a conversation about it when talking about what I look for in a relationship.
I feel most comfortable (and stoked about) participating in that sacredness within the commitment and context of marriage.
If I catch the drift from a guy's bio on a dating app that he's just looking to hook up, I'll pass just because I don't feel like dealing with an awkward exchange ... So not wanting to have casual sex comes into play because my pool of potential men on apps can be fairly limited. It's sort of weird to be like, Most guys I've casually dated ask me via text about my thoughts on sex.
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