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    Would you marry a virgin?

    I've never had children and always thought I wanted them, but what I don't want is to be a cuckold chump who settles for a bunch of other guy's leftovers. I especially don't want to deal with the emotional baggage that comes with a slutty girl.

    Still, I often wonder what I would do if some sweet young Christian girl in her early 20's took an interest in me, however unlikely that would be. (I'm 42) One who had a good relationship with her Father and wants to have a perpetual gift for her husband, which is why a lot of Christian girls save themselves for marriage. A girl that young would be able to have healthy children. One who had a good Father would be mentally and emotionally stable, too.

    (The main problem with the Christian girls like that is that there is no telling what has been in their mouths and bottoms because a lot of girls are so stupid that they think acting like a fag is a virgin loophole. LOL.)

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    DON'T MARRY EVER!!! Divorce and domestic violence statistics and family court outcomes are no different for "Christians", virgins at the time of marriage or not than the rest of the population. But if you want a 50+% shot of ruining your life and your future children's lives, by all means find yourself that elusive virgin. If the mere though of marriage by this point doesn't make you cringe and give you the need for medication...keep coming, Brother.

    You know I partially jest but bad decisions often begin as whimsical what ifs...so be careful what you spend time thinking about.

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    LOL. I know. I have no doubt that women who've only been with their husbands give them an ass-raping in court just like the hoes do.

    What about girls from third world countries? By the time America has corrupted them I'll be so old that I won;t care. :/

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    I wouldn't marry anyone unless they paid me a buttload of money. But even then it wouldn't be an easy decision giving up freedom for money..
    Marrying a woman is like taking a shit upside down every day for the rest of your life. Don't do it!

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    Just because a woman hasn't had sex doesn't make her any less materialistic.

    The dynamo of organized neural self rationalization that we call "The Hamster" doesn't run any less furiously in unsexed women.As such, you'd be her first.....but certainly not her last. This is not the most moral of statements, but if a man has an insatiable yen for pussy, he should skip the strip club or escort and find the hottest married girl at his nearby bar.

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    I doubt I will marry but if I do, it will be both after a complete overhaul of the marriage laws and it will be only to a virgin. Call me old fashion but I have seen a lot of science recently showing that love and fidelity in women during a marriage is highly tied to her being a virgin before hand. As it turns out, the likelihood of that marriage law overhaul, not to mention the ease at which women can change the laws back means that marriage is most likely out of the question for me. Then when you consider that only 3% of women over legal age are still virgins, the likelihood of me finding one of those 3% afterwards just make marriage more work then it is worth.

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    Answering the question as asked, no, I wouldn't. Sexual compatibility is important for a marriage, and if she's a virgin when you tie the knot, that means she hasn't had sex with you either.

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    devil's advocate: if I ever was going to get married for some reason, if it ever became a potential option in my life, a virgin is the only possible selection I could make for a wife. I refuse to debase myself for anything less.

    two problems with that: all women are whores, so there are no virgins above the age of 15 anymore. and the marriage laws will never be fair towards men, so I'm not holding my breath.

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    Let me answer this in two dimensions. I married a Filipina that was 25 years old at the time of marriage and was a virgin. There are of age virgins out there. I would not bother looking for them in the west. The marriage laws are very simple in the Philippines and the divorce laws are even simpler; you can only marry once and there is no divorce. When I say no divorce I mean there is no legal divorce in the Philippines, the only country in the world where this is still true. You can choose to live apart, but there will be no divorce.

    The issue of sexual compatibility is a valid point. My wife was not only a technical virgin as defined in the west, but a real virgin. About two weeks before the wedding she told me that I was the first "boy" she ever kissed. At 52 I did not feel much like a boy. What that meant is that she was totally inexperienced, as in even had to be taught how to French kiss. We have been married for almost 6 years now and she is still extremely conservative in the bedroom. She is enthusiastic, and her libido is greater than mine as I approach 60. She has been trained by her mother that a wife has a duty to keep her husband satisfied (the quote from her mother was, if you don’t drain his balls then some other woman will). To sum up, if you marry a virgin, especially a virgin in her mid-twenties or greater, don’t expect the porn star experience in the bedroom. You can however get a good wife and warm and giving lover.

    The final point is the risk of divorce here in the US. Once you register your overseas marriage in the Philippines (they have a centralized nationwide marriage registry) the Philippines will not recognize any divorce initiated by the Philippines citizen. You can choose to divorce her in the US, but back in the Philippines she is still married to you. I don’t know if this is the reason or not, but the US divorce rate between Filipinas and American men is about 20% (based on the 2010 census data). In my circle of American men/Filipina wives friends, where the age difference averages about 15 years, divorce is extremely rare; like 1950s rare. In one case a friend was traveling with his wife back to the Philippines. They got in a fight and she said she was going home to her mother (across town). He got drunk and took a bar girl back to the hotel room he was sharing with his wife. He was surprised to find his wife waiting for him in bed. He doubled down and suggested a three way, compounding his stupidity of not using a short time hotel. The wife contemplated divorce over this, but told us (my wife) that even if she divorced him she could never have sex with another man. Look it up, it is the rule in the bible. In the end they have not divorced and this was several years ago. My wife let me know that she would not divorce me if I did this either, however, my penis and I would be going in opposite directions shortly afterwards.

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    Re: Would you marry a virgin?

    Jesus, Mike. You sleep in the same bed with someone who would cut your dick off rather than divorce you?

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    If you choose to go there this is what you can expect. Filipinas are not AW, but they are women. They are very emotional and hot blooded (both for good and bad) and they are totally committed to thier families, which includes their husbands. All the old virtues are there but so are all the old faults. You pays your money and takes your chances. The point being at 58 (soon to be 59) I have no problem remaining faithful to a 5', 105 pound, waist length shiney black haired, beauty that wants sex more than I do. So, the issue of what she might do if I were unfaithful is moot.

    For the younger guys I recommend thinking it over very strongly. If you can't do the time then don't do the crime. In other words, if you are not serious about your vows, then don't enter into a marriage with a Filipina, because she will mean her vows right down to her bones. This concept is hard for American men to understand as it has been a couple of generations since American women meant a single word of their vows.

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    BTW, when she accuses me of finding a bimbo I agree and amplify with, what makes you think it was only one. She snorts and says, you can't keep up with what you've got; which is true.

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    Re: Would you marry a virgin?

    Virgin or no ... remember that marriage is not just about you and your "special girl." It's about placing yourself in bondage to her and to the State.

    The culture of Marriage 1.0 took the wedding vows seriously, as solemn and sacred oaths sworn in sacred precincts and solemn ceremony. It was regarded as a covenant before God, between the bride and the groom - and it doesn't matter whether you believe or not; Society at large "believed in believing in God," and Society, with its norms and expectations and approval/disapproval mechanisms, was the overarching system at work here. Furthermore, marriage was about more than Ward & June and their children-to-be. It was a union of families as well ... though not as close of one in the latter half of the 1900s, after the Depression and World War II, as it had been in decades and centuries before; and certainly less-so, in a city or suburban environment, than it would be in a smaller, rural community.

    In a society such as that, there was stability in marriage. There were pressures, reasons, inducements within that society to keep marriage together. It was the norm, and people do tend to live with the norms in their society.

    That is the society that Feminism tore apart in the 1960s and thenceforth. The social constructs that conserved Marriage 1.0, Ward-And-June Cleaver lifelong matrimony, two-parent families, stable households and stable communities, were ripped out and cast aside, to be replaced with Hamsterzilla Hamsterobics and Feelings-Worship run amok. Trying to form a stable Marriage 1.0 pair-binding relationship in our present society is as fruitful as planting seeds in the Sahara sands. Expect a crop of thorns and sorrows....
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    Re: Would you marry a virgin?

    So, leave the present society. There are other societies thatn the one in the US. Find what is best for you. Don't let them limit your options.

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    Re: Would you marry a virgin?

    It's the wrong question.

    Would you marry?

    There's the question, and the answer is no.
    In my case, the question is - Would you marry again? My answer is unequivocally a solid NO.

    You qualified your question around virginity. Maybe she won't be uptight about sex if she is a virgin, but for those who point to sexual experience and/or willingness, there's got to be a give where virgins are concerned. If you're going to demand sexual experience (but not too much), you have to decide what the cut off would be.

    The thing about that whole convoluted issue where marriage is concerned is, it might still be important as an issue for discussion if marriage itself was not so toxic for men. The laws for marriage are not going to change overnight, or even at a quick pace given the entrenched viewpoint and interpretation of 'law' where divorce and family law are concerned. You're talking about a severe fundamental shift in legal practice and more-so, in governmental policy.

    Simple answer: Do not get married. It doesn't matter is she is a virgin. It doesn't matter is she is foreign. It doesn't matter if she is a christian (insert religious preference here)

    For those who believe that not all women are like that, it is your risk to take. The thing is, while not all women may be like that, all women can choose to be like that at any moment. It won't require anything but her frustration, dissatisfaction, or simple boredom. So please, for those who argue that NAWALT is too extreme and that there are good women. Fine, but you can not escape the conclusion that just because she is not like that (now), that at some point when life gets hard and loyalty and hard work are needed to get through a difficult portion of 'the marriage' that she won't decide to fold and blame you. Hell, it might not even take a difficulty. You could just find yourself in a situation where she has a bigger better deal and she grabs onto the next vine in the jungle as she lets go of yours.

    She can choose to be like that whenever she wants, without severe consequence for her. With today's laws, a man is the one screwed. Don't submit yourself to a system which is already egregiously based against you. Don't do it for love. Don't do it out of duty, or honor, or some other sentiment. Don't do it.

    Where marriage is concerned, the moment you compromise, you are compromised and will be at the mercy of the woman you marry and the legal system that supports her.

    Don't compromise yourself.

    Don't get married.

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    Re: Would you marry a virgin?

    Virgin is just a woman that hasn't got fucked yet. Especially if she's 20, it will mean nothing. And there was an article on some paper that in US some women claimed to be virgin because they had only done anal sex. Go figure!

    I hate whole concept of virginity and boyhood. How much did I self pity myself when I was still virgin when I was 19 years old. I feel that this overly sexual world has fucked my brains so badly that they will never recover completely. And did sex pay back my suffering-- not the slightest! When you haven't done it yet, you feel that all other people have achieved some higher level of self understanding and existence. Haha... but that understanding is completely in opposite direction. Those Tibetan monks, they have it.

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    Maybe in 1950. Now?

    Not a chance.

    Pump and dump. It's what feminism has lead to and I don't feel sorry for them one. Little. Bit.

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    Nope, Nope, and nope. There's a reason I've been intellectually induced to be voluntarily celibate.
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    Re: Would you marry a virgin?

    I'll never get married, simply because I've never wanted to, but out of curiosity -- and considering what I occasionally suggest to coworkers talking about their imminent weddings -- how effective is a prenuptial agreement in the U.S.? Does anyone have any experience with that, or even a living-arrangement contract in the event of possible common-law marriage, due to living circumstances?

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    Re: Would you marry a virgin?

    There are certain things you just don't do in life. One of them is don't park across Bruce Banners driveway. The others are, don't get married, and don't cohabit with a woman.


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