Male or female, what exactly is wrong with not wanting someone who's been promiscuous? Why are people not allowed to have that requirement?

Who I've been with is really no one's business, not even my future wife/husband
Vote A
In today's society a lot of people spend their 20s and 30s making sexually disgusting memories that can make finding marriage difficult if they had to disclose it to a potential partner
Vote B
Its ok to want to be with partners of certain levels of experience or sexual history. Nothing wrong with that
Vote C
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  • Really good question. I don't think it's wrong at all to reject promiscuous people and want someone more wholesome, but our modern culture thinks we should still wife these people. I'm not saying I'm perfect, cuz I'm not, but my activities haven't been with the intention of sleeping with every living creature under the sun, nor do I sleep with just any woman very easily.

Most Helpful Guy

  • Look my wife had been with a lot of guys before me and I had only been with one girl before her Now my wife went to a relatively small college so word got around pretty quickly about her past sexual exploits and as a result of that no guy there wanted to date her. Now we both meet right after we graduated from college and I had no idea about her sexual history until someone randomly messaged me about it online after he saw a photo of me with her on Facebook. Now it doesn’t bother me at all mainly because she loves me a lot and she is the one who always initiates sex not me, also I am extremely fortunate enough to have a pretty large and thick penis and that one girl I was with before her I dated for 7 years and we would have sex daily so I am fortunate enough to not have to worry about not being able to satisfy her sexually.

Most Helpful Girls

  • People are allowed to have whatever requirements they want when considering a relationship.

    There is nothing wrong with wanting or not wanting certain things, regardless of what they are.

    If someone has a problem with that, then they obviously would not be a good match.

    They just need to realize the more selective they are, the smaller their potential dating pool becomes.

  • nothing wrong with it, in my opinion it matters a lot. Being with someone who has similar expeience as you is best cause of many reasons. Expectations of relationship, phase you are at and what you are comfortable with, level of loyality, STDs and so on.

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What Girls & Guys Said

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  • I'd pick A

  • As long as there's no judging or putting down, whether someone has been with a lot of people or none, I don't really care

  • People are entitled to whatever attitude. But I voted 'C'. I don't consider a woman to be "used goods" or "tainted" just because she has had sex in the past. I actually admire women with strong libidos who pursue life enthusiastically.

  • You are "not allowed" to have that requirement only if you allow other people to tell you what to do. You have the option of telling others to go fuck themselves on the street corner.

  • The thing is people will look at it as oh they had more than 2 partners, obviously promiscuous.

    It is so common to shame people these days for zero reasons.

    Body count being an example, they are fuckwits on here age 35-40 saying zero body count only, they will be saying this at 45-50 and blaming it all on promiscuous others and not their own stupid ideals.

    https://www.youtube.com/embed/0J3vgcE5i2o
    • 1. No one here said they wanted a virgin. 2. You didn't answer my question.

    • ON GAG 🤦 Also I have if you read it

    • Plenty of people on here, mainly guys say they only want virgins.

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  • There's nothing wrong with that, at all.
    Slutty women and soyboys are the only ones who'll try to shame a person for not wanting that.

  • There's nothing wrong with it. Women who have high mileage just get butt hurt when a man she wants says he's not interested. I suppose there's also women who remember being rejected by another guy & you saying, 'nope' triggers them.

  • There is nothing wrong with it, if that’s your preference that’s ok, the only thing that would be wrong with it is if you shame others for it

  • Sluts don't like it, but it's okay to reject sluts.

  • There's absolutely nothing wrong with that. The only time there is a problem with that is if the person themselves have been promiscuous and have that requirement, that makes them a hypocrite.

  • You can like what you like. But if you wield it as a judgement over whether someone is good a good or bad person, that's probably going to piss a lot of people off. I'm sure there are women out there who feel the same. Don't be judgmental or a hypocrite and you do you.

  • We are allowed to have our own expectations, of course.
    But to make THAT an imprinted standard for everyone - would indeed be 'wrong'.

  • Everyone has preferences. Some people may be the opposite and will only consider somebody with a huge body count.

  • Nothing, as long as it's not a double standard. No one likes a hypocrite.

  • Everyone can require whatever they like. But nobody is entitled to actually getting it.

  • Who says you're not allowed? People can still share their oppinions and usually use peer preassure to try and convince you that you're wrong.

  • 31% of women picked A? What the literal fuck. There has to be some sort of selection bias here or something. 31% of women can’t possibly think that can they?

  • There is nothing wrong with this requirement. Different people have different preferences and different values

  • You can do what you want period

  • Nothing wrong having limits on who you want to be with. Though, there are many double standards and hypocrisy for that subject. But whatever, if a view on such is different between two people, then there are probably also other aspects that will not make a relationship work for long anyway.

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