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    My boyfriend was intimidated by my sexual history. So I dumped him.

    “How many people have you slept with?” he asked. All of a sudden, six months into our relationship, my boyfriend was insatiably curious about everything that had happened before we’d met. The questions started out simple enough: How old were you when you were first kissed? Then they quickly escalated into questions like: Have you ever had sex in a public place? When he got an answer that made me seem less than virginal, we fought. Instead of being intrigued, he was insulted. With each new inquiry, it was becoming clear that he thought I was a slut, and I thought I was normal. I was 29 years old at the time, and he was not my first. He knew this. We had been friends for years, and in that time ...
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    Re: My boyfriend was intimidated by my sexual history. So I dumped him.

    When I started dating someone new, I waited for the questions to begin. I wanted to see how this new man would react, but those questions never came. When I did offer tidbits from my past relationships, my past didn’t matter to him. I slowly began to relax, feeling from him the acceptance that I’d wanted. We developed a deep mutual understanding and respect for each other, and in this environment I blossomed. When he told me he loved me I knew that he did. When he asked me to marry him, I said, “Yes.”
    And another beta male put himself on the road to ruin..........
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    Re: My boyfriend was intimidated by my sexual history. So I dumped him.

    Happy wife = happy life...

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    Re: My boyfriend was intimidated by my sexual history. So I dumped him.

    WTF? This is an article from the Washington Post?

    How does this even pass the sniff test for a professional newspaper?

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    Re: My boyfriend was intimidated by my sexual history. So I dumped him.

    It seems like the Washington Post is doing its best to compete with Huffington Post any more. Maybe they've discovered that they can generate material at a fraction of the cost by hiring female interns...I dunno. Maybe they think that increasing the feminist female reader base will save their asses. The Atlantic, NPR, WaPo - they've all turned into female intern cesspools.

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    Re: My boyfriend was intimidated by my sexual history. So I dumped him.

    If intimidated means having too much self respect to be with a woman who spent her best years fucking everyone like a rag doll and then trying to commit to me when she is dryed up, then she is right. I am intimidated.
    Sad, but one day our kids will have to visit museums to see what a lady looks like.

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    Re: My boyfriend was intimidated by my sexual history. So I dumped him.

    Quote Originally Posted by Pike91 View Post
    It seems like the Washington Post is doing its best to compete with Huffington Post any more. Maybe they've discovered that they can generate material at a fraction of the cost by hiring female interns...I dunno. Maybe they think that increasing the feminist female reader base will save their asses. The Atlantic, NPR, WaPo - they've all turned into female intern cesspools.
    That's what I thought too. Unsurprisingly, the MSM is making things even more embarrassing for themselves by doubling down and pumping out these pointless, bitchy articles based on feels. Whatever, they can't survive if they keep turning off men every day of the week. We saw what happened with so-called men's magazines who hired feminazai staff, they're dead in the water. I've stumbled upon the GQ website a few times lately and it's all articles sucking Hillary's dick. You can't make this shit up.

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    Re: My boyfriend was intimidated by my sexual history. So I dumped him.

    Quote Originally Posted by CPRA View Post
    With each new inquiry, it was becoming clear that he thought I was a slut, and I thought I was normal.
    Sadly, these two do not preclude one another.

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    Re: My boyfriend was intimidated by my sexual history. So I dumped him.

    Okay so this princess has been poked more times than a pin cushion. This article does nothing but blame and shame this guy for even asking the question. Worse yet, in the article she only states that once he knew the number he walked out of the room. Hell he may have been a little shocked about the numbers and walked away before he said something mean to her. Still this does not matter, because if he is not happy with being the guy she is settling for after being last in a long line of guys, well then he is an asshole. Yes she should be able to be filled up by all of these guys and he is suppose to be eager about lapping up the cream pie she had the other men make for him.

    Now you guys know me, I don't care about numbers and such. However I still ask, mainly because I know that chances are high she will lie and I can see her tell sign. One major thing this article does not say, hint at is what about the guy? Why is it wrong or a double standard that he has morals or a preference to being with a woman that falls under X number of men being in her? What if she had been involved with group sex, yet this guy cannot stand doing that himself and does not want to be with a woman that has done this? First off, things such as this are good to know before too much time and money is investing in these women. Damn sure better know this shit if important before you marry the bitch. The major point is that if this is something that is a big deal to the guy then he should be allowed his own preference without shame or guilt.

    I've been with a good number of women, in the double digits. Most women I have ran into claim low double digits also (as their nose grows). I can understand that a lot of men would not want to settle down with a woman that have had a lot of men. Hell what guy would like that fact that he can't go to a liquor store without running into 5 guys he old lady has blown? I remember dating one woman that when we had this talk, her numbers were higher than mine and she was trimming the numbers. Well as we talked she asked me how many fights I had been in over my life. Now there was no way I could remember all the fights, some I do remember, others only flashes of and others not at all. I did some quick averaging in my head and then told her the number and reminded her that was an estimation that I did not know the true number. At this point I told her that non of these fights did I start, only finished or due to protecting someone else (family, friends, etc). Well of course she was a bit shocked which I expected. After a few days she broke up with me because my past was too violent for her and that means I would be violent with her as she put it. So I was actually dumped once because I'd kicked the shit out of more men than she had slept with, if you can believe that shit. However I did not blame her, this was something that bothered her and was a preference. Sad part is that this same woman damn sure would not be understanding if I broke up with her over the number of men she has had.

    That's the whole thing in a nut shell, why is it okay for a woman to have standards but not the men? For some men it is a past number, for others it is what she actually did. Just like some men prefer red heads or blondes. Hell most women have a height requirement for men. You can damn near see the sign in front of these women that says "you must be this tall to get on this ride". I've met women that reject men with long hair, others reject guys with too many tattoos and such. Now on either side of the fence nothing is wrong with this, after all each has a right to his or her own preference. Yet reading this article one thing is clear. If your preference is on the number of men in her past then your a misogynistic pig. If she is not happy with your numbers then she is a strong woman that knows what she wants. However because this guy did not like her numbers then he has double standards. Seems to me that they just don't like that fact that men have standards and some men stick to it. It's like telling a man his standards for food are too high because he won't eat a urinal cake.
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    Re: My boyfriend was intimidated by my sexual history. So I dumped him.

    Eh, I was in a pseudo-intellectual mood so I posted the following mental gymnastic in the WaPo comments section:

    The woman derides the boyfriend as having a double standard but she does not take time to realize that it is women who also have respected that double standard by obeying its requirements that women should be chaste. Women believed in the double standard, too, just like men. Now that any/some women seek to normalize liberal female sexual behavior, they turn around and place it all on the man as sole owner of this double standard that women themselves historically have helped support and nurture. Women owned the double standard, too, and, really, still do, if this author's motives in writing this article are deeply contemplated. It is disingenuous of women to portray the double standard as solely of the man's mind and that he is insecure and all of the several other pejoratives that we see women say about men in this issue. Women would do better to take some ownership here and, once doing that, then they may be able to better manage their transition away from their old chaste behavior without having to resort to the bad habit of vilifying men for women's choices. In this way, perhaps some respect from men can be earned, which I think is one of women's goals here.
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    Re: My boyfriend was intimidated by my sexual history. So I dumped him.

    Quote Originally Posted by Azure Nomad View Post
    WTF? This is an article from the Washington Post?

    How does this even pass the sniff test for a professional newspaper?
    By an editor who starts the day by spiking her tequila with coffee.

    "We need a human interest story... >hiccup!< ...umph, I guess this one will do.
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    Re: My boyfriend was intimidated by my sexual history. So I dumped him.

    I've only had a relationship with one woman who had admitted to riding a cock carousel of such circumference that the park would be closed before it went around once, and that's only because I was "trying this casual sex thing." Of course, after we broke up, she sent me an E-Mail saying she'd seen marriage, a house and children in our future. Hahaha, it just goes to show how they craft the most bizarrely fantastical scenarios based on nothing. How any woman can seriously think a decent guy would contemplate settling down with somebody who'd been with that many people makes my mind melt ...

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    Re: My boyfriend was intimidated by my sexual history. So I dumped him.

    Quote Originally Posted by ForeverGhost View Post
    Of course, after we broke up, she sent me an E-Mail saying she'd seen marriage, a house and children in our future.
    That's no enticement! Those things are all for her!

    Was she going to buy the house?

    Ha, was she actually confessing that you dodged a bullet?
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    Re: My boyfriend was intimidated by my sexual history. So I dumped him.

    as I have said before.... this isn't our father's "sexual revolution"..... a woman with a "diverse" sexual past should be considered suspect.. as well as a ticking biological time bomb....
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    Re: My boyfriend was intimidated by my sexual history. So I dumped him.

    ...And, a Psychological Time Bomb.

    My experience with woman coupled with my 20/20 Hindsight Red-Pill Glasses™ has me to more than believe that the hamsterification increases to warp speed as regret and urgent vanity increases...

    They shoot themselves in the foot, realize it was a bad idea, and have to walk with a limp for the rest of their lives, pretending we don't see the limp...

    And, of course these sweet innocent cupcakes think we'll believe they just happened to stub their toe...Afterall, if they can lie good enough to believe it themselves, no moron utility of a man wouldn't not believe it...

    There are honest women out there. The ones that call themselves whores...They know their worth better than your regular princess does...But, they can still turn on you like a green eyed pitbull...

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    Re: My boyfriend was intimidated by my sexual history. So I dumped him.

    I would be doing cartwheels if I was this guy...he just dodged a hydrogen bomb of an entitled woman and she announces to the world how ending the relationship makes her justified to air her dirty laundry on a national stage.

    I wouldn't be surprised if her friends, family and colleagues are appalled by her brashness to air her dirty laundry just like that with no hesitation. Most likely in the back of the minds of these people they are wondering are we next on her hit list?

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    Re: My boyfriend was intimidated by my sexual history. So I dumped him.

    Since women of any SMV get laid with the press of a button, why wouldn't they all have vile and disgusting sexual histories? You only hear about crazy stories like "blowing 10 guys in one night" from women don't you? They think it's empowering, meanwhile the majority of guys just have some scattered LTRs and hookups under their belt, maybe an extremely rare threesome if they're lucky. Most men don't have the power to get down to it and really "explore" like women do, hookup with 10 people simultaneously or what have you. With escorts it's possible of course, but I'm talking about average dudes, who rely on social circles for dating and sex. Then women wonder why we get turned off when they start going on about their endless sex stories, as if it's supposed to entertain us. In our hyper-sexualized, feminized culture, why would women hold back at all? Wanna do gangbangs on the regular in college? Why the fuck not? It's all empowering after all right?

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    Re: My boyfriend was intimidated by my sexual history. So I dumped him.

    I think being a little paranoid about a woman's sexual history is a relatively healthy state of mind these days... especially with AIDS and other STDs....
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