My own impression of virgins is that they MAY be too shy, anxious, or lacking confidence.

I'm not sure that I believe that true love should come along before one has sex. That fact that you state in your profile that you "don't particularly enjoy social functions" SUGGESTS to me that you might have issues with intimacy or are overly anxious in a social situation.

Your advice is thoughtful and reasonable, unlike many others out there. Despite my attempts since I went to college, I am still a virgin.

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I don’t usually try to go for/get a kiss on the first date, and I don’t try to force sex to happen right away.

Friends and coworkers alike have given me a huge span of advice and suggestions, from “sowing my oats” with a professional escort/hooking up with an “easy” college girl, to being persistent and trying to find that “special one”.

I think that my situation (and that of other virgins in my predicament) is a little different in some ways, but also the same in others when it comes to relationships, sex, et cetera.

I am an only child, and my parents are kind of old fashioned and raised me as such.

It's all good as long as you're not a 40 year old virgin and plan on making a low grade comedy movie on your dating adventures.

In all seriousness, I don't think it's something you need to be overly eager to out yourself on.

As of recently, I try to find women between 25 and 42 years old.

I’ve read a lot about what you’ve said about “Ineffective versus Effective” and “What I want in a woman versus what she wants about me”, and I guess I’m still a bit confused.

For example, low sex drive or a difficulty forming relationships would be off-putting.

Some people are very vested in the idea of virginity, while others feel shame that they are still virgins - neither of which is appealing.

Over the years, I’ve learnt—albeit slowly, it seems—about many mistakes I’ve been doing.