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    That last was a reply to Richard.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Susie View Post
    Agreed. I guess it's a chicken or the egg question.
    I'v never been into casual relationships. The sex part of a relationship does not have to be on the first date does it.
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    No, but is it unreasonable to not want to be taken on a test drive before the person decides if they want to be with you?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Susie View Post
    No, but is it unreasonable to not want to be taken on a test drive before the person decides if they want to be with you?
    I totally Agree Susie. While sex is a healthy part of the whole relationship thing, test drives arn't my idea of romantic at all, and can spoil what perhaps could be a good relationship if done too soon.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Susie View Post
    No, but is it unreasonable to not want to be taken on a test drive before the person decides if they want to be with you?
    I can't fathom committing to being with someone with whom I might not be sexually compatible. I don't think it's immoral or unfair to consider the sexual aspect of a relationship important, and I personally resent any implication to that effect.

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    i've met guys who weren't all that interested in sex and it made me not want to pursue relationships with them.

    you're just not meeting guys who want what you do right now.

    eta: oh, and plenty of aboriginal people are not hung up on monogamy, nor is female "promiscuity" looked down upon. they're allowed to be autonomous with their bodies, without everybody around slut-shaming them because of stoopid western patriarchy judgi-ness.
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    Quote Originally Posted by RichMahogany View Post
    I can't fathom committing to being with someone with whom I might not be sexually compatible. I don't think it's immoral or unfair to consider the sexual aspect of a relationship important, and I personally resent any implication to that effect.
    Well said and I agree.
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    He promise to call you back OP?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Susie View Post
    No, but is it unreasonable to not want to be taken on a test drive before the person decides if they want to be with you?
    Quote Originally Posted by RichMahogany View Post
    I can't fathom committing to being with someone with whom I might not be sexually compatible. I don't think it's immoral or unfair to consider the sexual aspect of a relationship important, and I personally resent any implication to that effect.
    I think you guys are talking about different things. I don't think Susie is saying that a person should wait til they're married to have sex - just that she would prefer if the guy had honourable intentions. Then the cards can fall where they may.

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    He promise to call you back OP?
    I had the same feeling..!
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    Quote Originally Posted by noodletoy View Post
    you're just not meeting guys who want what you do right now.
    Yessss. I met a guy once who was only interested in getting married and starting a family, and while he was a great guy, I wasn't at that stage in my life and refused to date him because I knew we wouldn't be happy together.

    Also sexual compatibility is incredibly important to me, I would never make a life-long commitment to someone without knowing something so intimate and important for happiness in a healthy couple. Likewise, living together before marriage is also important to me. I like monogamy, but I'm gonna make sure it's with someone I've got a future with.

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