These same women who claim to have no interest in the number of sexual partners their [prospective] men have had willwant to know about his previous relationships, his previous jobs, hell, where he went to high school. So, how is it okay to find out everything else about his past except the part that really might affect you? The part that might actually be important. Women aren’t slick, they’re liars. You claim to want honesty until you have to divulge your OWN information. You say the past can be forgiven, but you don’t believe it because you don’t want to divulge yours.
I, clearly, feel a certain kind of way about this. My concern, which I stated on that status as well, is this; you did it! Why be ashamed now? If you are confident enough to do it, then own it. If you can weed out which parts of the past are worth discussing then make none of it important. Men, I haven’t gotten to you yet. You’re partly to blame with your lies. You tell women the number of men they’ve had sex with isn’t important, but you know your mentality—and disposition, quite honestly—is going to change if they say 400 people as opposed to 4; hell, if they say 40 men as opposed to 4.
Relationship 101: People wonder why they can’t get their relationships right, well, hell, you can’t even decide what’s important; you can’t even get the truth right. You start with these lies that the number of people your sig-other has had sex with doesn’t matter, not because you don’t care, but because you don’t want to have to divulge your own count. Again, if you’re that worried about your numbers, slow down; stop, even. You’re never going to know anything about your mate if every time an uncomfortable conversation comes up you decide it’s unimportant.
There are plenty more lies, this is just one. Body count matters. It shouldn’t be the determining fact (so to speak) on whether you date someone or not, but if it is a part of you, start with the truth and share it.
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