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A guy goes up to his girlfriend and says, "Every time I look at myself in the mirror I get an instant boner!" The girlfriend replies, "That's because your dick thinks you're a pussy too."

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#81: What about 16 months? That's only a year and almost a half (if that's how long they've been together). I've been with my boyfriend for 4 years this April and neither of us are ready for that step yet, so we are both virgins. Why is 16 months so unbelievable? Shouldn't a relationship be more than just sex? (Side note: I do know that physical attraction and sexual things are important to show love in a relationship, but not until both people are ready.)

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Well a first move has to be made, and often the girl doesn't expect to be the one to make it, so if neither of you are talking about it then how is anything going to ever happen? She's not just going to come back a year after you ask and say "okay, I think I'll be ready Friday," so if you don't ever bring it up or make a move she probably won't either. :P That said, I agree with you guys, and any guy who tries to pressure a girl into sex is a douchebag that doesn't deserve a penis.

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My girlfriend and I have been waiting three years almost, we're still not ready and it's fine by us. We are doing just fine; relationships aren't based solely on sex, and relationships can be held together even without it, in this case.

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#81: Is 16 months really that long? I remember my friends being horrified that I hadn't had sex for four years when I wasn't in a relationship. It just never came up and I wasn't interested in having sex just for the sake of having sex. Now that I'm married, sex is obviously a more common thing. But that doesn't mean there aren't extended periods of time where we just...don't have sex. I'm always boggled by people who say they can't be in relationships without constant sex, or can't stand not ha

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117- he said he was "trying to convince" her. This suggests that she said no and he kept asking. "No, I'm not ready" doesn't translate to "Keep asking until I give up and agree." When a girl (or guy) is ready theyll say something.

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68, that happened to me. My first boyfriend wouldn't respect me and insisted we sleep together. So five months later of him doing this we did and he still would even when I refused. I finally broke up with him four months later. But by the time I did it turns out he was not only cheating behind my back but was engaged to another woman (who later broke it off). Never again.

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135- Love does not equal sex. Not having sex should not equal depression in any way. Two people should not have sex until both are completely ready in their own time. I am a person who believes that everyone should wait until they get married to have sex. (It is seriously good advice). However, I am aware that most people don't wait. So, everyone should at least love the one their with enough to wait however long it takes for the other to be ready for sex. Even of that mean not having sex for

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If sex is an important factor for you to thrive in a relationship than you need to find someone of the same mind set. Simple as that. If you're with someone who isn't interested in sex immediately and that's something you NEED, than you need to find someone else. It's not fair on that other person to be expected to fulfill you're physical needs when you're not really respecting their decision.

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154- The point is that OP was "trying to convince her" for 16 months. See: bothering her for a year and a half, and not taking no for an answer. OP kept pestering her, as the FML implies.

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Sex is a great thing but ot really does change a relationship. It can bring two people closer together and it can also bring out their insecureties and that's something you have to be prepared for. Before I lost my virginity, my boyfriend constantly nagged me until I gave in and as enjoyable as sex is, I regret it because I knew I wasn't ready and it wasn't how I wanted things to be. If you can't respect someone then don't be in a relationship with them.

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154- in these kind of boyfriend girlfriend cases, no isn't a definite no. Saying no to sex doesn't mean " forever" (for most people). If it is your girlfriend or boyfriend, no means no until they think theyre ready. But you need to let them change their mind on their own accord because THEY want to, not because they want you to stop bothering them about it. If you lost a competition, you do not try to convince the people to give you the trophy for 16 months afterwards. If they want to

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157- Sex should be a big deal to all people. If everyone could go around having sex with anyone they wanted to and just "had fun," then there would be more STDs going around. Why is rape and molestation against the law? Becuase sex is a serious thing. Why do so many people regret losing their virginity when they did? Because sex is a serious thing. This may seem "old fashioned" to you, but this is how humans work. Sex will always be a serious thing that, like all serious thi

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169- No. I'm saying that if sex WASN'T a serious thing, then no one would care for rape or molestation victims because they'd say, "It's just sex. It's no big deal." Sorry for less than perfect wording the first time around. But here is the clarification.

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172 - Sex is not necessarily serious for everyone. But, you know why people care for the victims? Because someone did something to them against their will. It's not because it was sex, and it's not because sex is serious: it's because they didn't give their consent for it.

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174- People wrong others all the time and it's obviously not all things that you'd go to prison for. Stealing is serious. Someone who has stolen something will go to jail. Telling someone you don't want to be friends anymore will "wrong" them, but you wouldn't go to jail for it. Sex is meant to be serious and the reason why we sympathize with rape and molestation victims so much is because yes, they were wronged and did not give consent, and on a VERY serious level. If sex was so cas

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178 - When did anyone mention "wronging" other people? You can't really compare stealing and rape with telling them you don't want to be friends with them. Rape is a crime because people force themselves on others, without consent. Stealing is a crime because people take things from others without their consent. Do you see a trend going on there? Just because you think sex should be serious and not "just for fun", it doesn't mean that it has to be that way for everyone. Eve

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157- So, a couple is married for forty-two years. They love each other, combat everything together, and want nothing more than to be with one another forever. They do everything right, take care of each other, and are contently growing old together. The only thing is, they have never had sex. Maybe they're incapable. Maybe they just don't want it. According to your comment, because they have never had sex they don't love each other the right way, and two teenagers humping in the back of a van o

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Am I the only one who assumed he only brought it up now and then? I mean, how would he know if she was ready unless he tried now and then? Expecting her to tell him when she's ready puts a lot of pressure on her, and in some cases, it might make it easier for her if he took the initiative. It just didn't sound like he was being overly pushy or anything. It was 16 months, how frequent do you think it could have been?

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167 - whoa, whoa, WHOA. you're flingin out opinions like fact and i cannot let that fly! "sex is mostly about a deep romantic love"--NOPE. sex = reproduction. the urge to reproduce = a natural instinct of ALL LIVING THINGS. monogamy is a byproduct of culture, just as polygamy and polyandry and every other relationship type out there. romance is a social interaction ingrained especially well into the brains of we western civilizations from birth. it's in fairy tales, movies, commercials

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160 - he wasn't saying sex is everything -_-. But he is right, its not a big deal. When I lost my virginity I was just like "Oh was that it? What was all the fuss about?" Unless you're waiting to get married before you have sex, that's quite sweet but I couldn't wait that long.

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I also wasn't saying that he thought sex was everything. I was saying it means different things to different people. To some people, choosing to have sex is a big deal to them, and that's okay. To other people, it's not really a big deal, and that's okay too. Sex is whatever you choose to make of it, really, and choosing to or not to have sex is an intensely personal decision that strangers really shouldn't feel the need to provide commentary on. It's sorta like cooking. There's not a set age or

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People aren't thumbing you down because you posted similar sentiments to a few people above you (who are also being thumbed down). They are thumbing you down because they disagree with your implication that anyone should feel sorry for a guy who got exactly what he deserved.

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She must feel a lot of love for him if she hasn't left him with the nagging. I'm glad he couldn't he it up. Now the girlfriend (if she's still with him by the time she's ready) can decide herself and not sound like she's finally given in to his pleading. If she needs to mentally prepare for this experience she needs to do it when she's ready not just because her boyfriend wants to. If he respected her, he'd wait.

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