The “What’s sexier: innocence or experience” thread seemed overwhelmingly weighted in favor of the people who don’t have the time of day for people with no experience, which sort of contradicts everything I’ve been consoled about when this question has arisen before.
I’ve always gotten the “don’t sweat it, girls like teaching guys” thing, but apparently it is most definitely something to sweat, what with a very large portion seemingly unwilling to take the time and patience to teach someone the ropes.
So I would like some honest answers (please don’t be afraid to be 100% truthful), hopefully from the people who choose experience over innocence; at what age does someone still having their virginity become a red flag for you to stay away?
I know, I know, “I’m generalizing,” I’m “painting with a broad brush” yadda yadda yadda. But the opinion does exist, and sadly we live a life of percentages (That and I analyze and over analyze everything). It’s hard enough sometimes finding someone your age who is currently single, in addition to someone who finds you attractive, who you also are attracted to, and who you are compatible with. Having to search and search and search for someone who meets those criteria AND is willing to tolerate your virginity is just an added burden and makes the chances of finding someone even smaller the longer you retain your virginity.
So, around what age does still having one’s virginity make you raise an eyebrow and turn your attention in the other direction?