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I'm Not a Virgin, But I Am Underappreciated...

Three major loves, three brief foreplay encounters and a lot of heartbreak. This is not the end.

I want MORE, but I want to be respected, desired and seen as a trailblazer. I want to see parts of life, experience cultures, breathe different air and use all of my six senses with them

I want to taste freedom...bring on the gorgeous, androgynous, soulful men that I deserve to enjoy.

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April 2010:
Oh... this story is still here...
Let me EDIT it to say certain witty, charming, strong (in mind) and sensual men.

TheRealWoman TheRealWoman 31-35, F 7 Responses Jul 9, 2009

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Greetings from a fellow Australasian. You intrigue me, and are one of the few people in EP I would like to meet "on the outside."<br />
But I fear that if I tried to give you advice, I would fall on my face. I've visited Melbourne once, and I would guess that there are a lot of eligible men there, of many races and nationalities.

Hi maybe you could join a dating agency .I have done that cuts out going to trashie pubs clubs etc .Plus you meet likewise people who have the same agenda ie meeting new people making new friends and having some fun along the way too ! Cheers

It would be nice if that neither persuaded or dissuaded the relationship, actually.

I don't.

Some men prefer bimbos.

My mother told me many times that doctors often marry nurses, executives often marry a secretary in the office, lawyers marry a paralegal, because they want to marry someone who will not challenge their views on how the household should be run. I most definitely have noticed that it is difficult for a woman to stay married to a man less educated than herself, with a lower IQ. A weird exception is Meryl Streep's marriage. Part of the difficulty of my marriage is that my better half is smart with a mind of her own, and has many practical competencies. Hence she often expects to get her way.

Thank you TS. :)

I think you will enjoy more just be patient little one!