My plan is for this thread to go waaaaaaaay off topic and branch in every direction. I think in order to set things going I probably need to ask a question (feel free to ignore it and answer something completely different): Men were once portrayed as dominant providers who demanded sex and women as the meek caring child bearers who provided men with sex to maintain the relationship.
Although completely inaccurate; at least young people had a set relationship path to aspire to in life.
Unfortunately, as a potential husband, there is no option for me to "move on" beyond the infidelity.
It's extremely disheartening to not even be able to find a virgin Christian girl, much less one that I could marry. I'm tired of the "you're young, don't worry about it, you'll find someone" type lines.
Find me a group of 30-year-old men and I’ll pick out one overgrown frat dude living with roommates, another guy who just dropped his two kids off at school, a few who are well into their careers and a couple soul-searchers looking for work.
And each year I am forced to wait, the odds of finding a woman who can wear white at her wedding drop more and more.
The Total Package is an athlete, a musician, and an avid traveler.
The Total Package is handsome—and you better believe he’s well-groomed.
If you want a case study in humanity, 30-year-old single guys have pretty much all the bases covered.
Let’s examine some of the common types: The Total Package is smart—he went to a top college.
If I successfully get a date, as it moves along I am constantly disappointed to find out they have had sex with numerous men before.