Some hopeful stories about a kissless virgin to someone who has a girlfriend with a stable love relationship?

Some hopeful stories about a kissless virgin to someone who has a girlfriend with a stable love relationship?
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  1. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    if you are khhv at 25 you are highly likely to remain khhv at 50

    • 2 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      Beautiful story anon! Very inspiring

  2. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Here’s some hope content for you OP

    • 2 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      >heal from a very painful past
      I wonder how many Chads ran through her before she found her betabuxx deluxe kek.

    • 2 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      >painful past
      oh no bro

    • 2 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      I guess nice guys really finish last 😉

      • 2 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        Guys who finish last are nice.

    • 2 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      honestly this is not hopeful. it's a big concern if a woman calls a man "safe" in this way, especially if she's had a "painful past".
      t. had a girlfriend who called me "safe" and quickly turned out to be absolutely nuts.

      • 2 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        Personally I don't think it's really bad, she's just honest since "security" is what attracts women the most and makes them want to be with a man.
        Whether she is a 10/10 girl who dates millionaires or a poor girl who dates criminals who use firearms to rob honest people.
        There can be different forms of "security", and emotional security is important.
        In this case I see it as normal, idk.
        But I understand that you say that based on your personal experiences, I just don't see it as something bad per se.

        • 2 weeks ago
          Anonymous

          I understand that, and women looking for security is the natural order of things. but often a girl with a "traumatic past", especially those with mental issues like BPD, will mark a man as "safe" if he endures her awful behavior yet still calls her beautiful at the end of each day.

          they use that word the way mental hospitals and physical restraint professionals ensure that a patient's perception of his environment is "safe" for him, and that the patient can continue to feel "safe" that the doctor-patient relationship is intact even after crisis incidents.

          i may be reading too much into it, but having attracted the interest of no less than three girls with serious mental/emotional issues and hearing them use the word "safe" in that very weird, manipulative way, it seems like that guy in the reddit post is in for a lot of trouble.

    • 2 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      That f is either fat or non-white, or both, and the man is a nerd.

      • 2 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        if she was getting hit in, she's probably not fat

  3. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    I have a semi-hopeful but also depressing story. One thing you need to accept is that whenever you choose to brave the real world, it's not going to be easy, and everything is not simply going to fall into place like a disney movie. The blackpill stuff people talk about on here is true more or less. You will encounter it in the real world. People that say it's all made up are just young/naive/deluded, or all three. But there are good things in the world too.

    I was a foreveralone who got a gf. So there you go, it can happen. I barely tried, just got on the dating apps and kept swiping until I found one. Now for the depressing part, many things about our relationship make me unhappy. I don't want to marry her, and now I have to go through a messy break up and go back into the very unpleasant dating world. But I'm going to do it, because there's nothing better to do.

    • 2 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      >But I'm going to do it
      >because there's nothing better to do

  4. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Let me tell you about Chuck.
    I met Chuck when we were both 18 and just going to university. Chuck was pudgy, had a lisp, ugly in a non-charming way, and rather far into the autism spectrum.
    Chuck was the sort of guy that couldn't eat a sandwich without smearing it over lower face and not noticing. He'd interrupt a discussion of football to explain at length about WWII German grenadiers. When we set him up with a 3/10 faced busty butterface and she wanted to watch a romcom he refused and made her watch a war movie and asked for "her half of the expenses" at the end of the night. When we set him up with a prostitute for his 21st birthday she met him and gave use our money back.
    For his 27th birthday Chuck went to a Star Wars convention.
    He met a girl.
    He's 32 years old now. He's been married 3 years. he has a kid, a house, a car, and a decent job and a stay at home wife.

    ANY-FRICKING-BODY can get a family

  5. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Why are you sitting here complaining instead of doing something about about it. But it's like whatever more pussy for me knowing you fat disgusting virgins will never do anything about it

    • 2 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      Because some men out there simply require encouragement is all. Some of us are happy to provide that encouragement.

    • 2 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      This is a positivity thread, chud. Away with you.

  6. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Me:
    -dateless, gf-less through high school and 7/8 of college
    -midway through senior year the prettiest girrl in a club I'm in asks me out
    -tells me she found me "interesting" and wanted to get to know me
    - lose my virginity with her the week of graduation
    - We eventually break up, but I never look back
    - seven more girlfriends in my twenties, culminating in the woman I married.

    • 2 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      >-midway through senior year the prettiest girrl in a club I'm in asks me out

      I don't mean to be a dick anon, good for you, but it really does seem like you just got lucky and got a step-up that helped you keep going.

      • 2 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        Not him, but even that story helps in that even the most hopeless virgin boy can have a hot girl interested in him and discover a new world.
        Lucky, yes, but I doubt the pretty girl chose a guy she wanted to date with a dice.
        Sometimes you can believe yourself to be the most horrible human being on the planet no matter how hard you try, and never realize how many women thought you were cute simply because you never talked to them.

      • 2 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        Alright, here's my story
        >khv neet at 25, no real friends
        >get a hobby, more just to get me out of the house than anything
        >I really enjoy it
        >Still a bit of a loner but make friends through shared interests
        >fast forward a few years, now almost 28
        >out of the blue, girl at the group who I'd spoken to a couple of times invites me to hang out and chat
        >hit it off really well, talk for hours
        >she says she likes me
        >I like her too
        >we start dating
        >no longer khv
        >I say I love her
        >She loves me too

        It may be shit advice but "just be lucky" is the best advice I've got. You need to find the right person in the right place at the right time in the right way, especially if like me you don't know what you're doing. Focusing on improving yourself, having hobbies and a social circle to draw on will help too.

        Sure, luck plays a role. But you have to be open to what luck may bring you. Both of those "lucky" guys might just have easily ignored or rejected the girl out of fear - and maybe they HAD done that before without realizing it. Too many "losers" actually unconsciously choose to be losers by missing their chances

  7. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Well, I was a khhv until shortly before my 24th birthday. I now have a BC of 40, and an 12 years into a relationship with a lovely Italian lady. So it is possible.

  8. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    I was a complete khv for 22 years, and experienced public shame twice for confessing to girls I liked during highschool.
    I went to uni,got my Msc and started working at a big tech as hardware engineer.
    Made good money, bought nice clothes and had much more time for myself so I hit the gym and started going out trying my best to meet new people. I had no friends at uni, when I mean no friends I truly mean it: I've spent every single lunch eating alone throughout the entirety of my Bsc and Msc.

    I had to completely relearn how to make friends and socialize, I learned from trial and error.
    I couldn't make much male friends but I found myself to be good with women, the more I talked with them the better I got at it. Eventually I joined a pretty large and active social group and joined all their activities after work. Two girls confessed to me in the span of 4 months. I had girls invite me to dance, hug me, flirt with me.

    I'm currently relocating to live with my girlfriend in Japan. The other girl I am still in contact with.

    It took a lot of failures and embarrassment but I finally broke out of my shell.

    • 2 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      Do you have any advice for me? I’m transferring to a uni with 30000 people this fall, going for a bsc in engineering

      • 2 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        If you study engineering uni is the last place you'll get sex. The ratio of gender is skewed, and the only few women that are present are either tryhards who completely disregard anything that will impact their grind in any way, or women with an average of 6 men orbiting them.

        However I would definitely advise you to get involved in clubs as soon as possible. Not only you will learn valuable skills and build a portfolio of impressive projects that you can leverage to get a first great internship, but it's the best way to build a social life. I did not engage in clubs until it was too late and I was writing my masters thesis, at that time it was just too difficult for me to get involved and I had to leave.

        Once you have money flowing in and a job, absolutely do NOT make your colleagues or people of your field your friends, you should aim for friends outside of this world, because then you bring in novelty, you're the "cool smart kid who works on robots and shit", you also earn more than the average so you stand out among men, the competition for friendships and love is less fierce and many will look up to you, at least that was my experience.

    • 2 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      >my girlfriend in Japan

  9. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Mid 30s. Finally decide to put myself out there. I start listening to positive affirmations, practicing gratitude, and try not to takes things too seriously or personnel. Plenty of learning experiences. Eventually meet a nice girl 3 years older than me. She is almost like a female version of me. Similar well paying job, introverted, sarcastic, and match looks wise. She got married when she was younger, but said early on no desire to get married again. I never asked about her marriage or past. She never asked about mine. Four years later we moved in together and take 5-6 vacations a year and are planning to go to Italy later this year. Separate bank accounts and she still has her house that she is currently renting out and making money on. We both like animals so we got two sibling kittens. We wanted a dog, but agreed this would interfere with all of our vacations.

  10. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Alright, here's my story
    >khv neet at 25, no real friends
    >get a hobby, more just to get me out of the house than anything
    >I really enjoy it
    >Still a bit of a loner but make friends through shared interests
    >fast forward a few years, now almost 28
    >out of the blue, girl at the group who I'd spoken to a couple of times invites me to hang out and chat
    >hit it off really well, talk for hours
    >she says she likes me
    >I like her too
    >we start dating
    >no longer khv
    >I say I love her
    >She loves me too

    It may be shit advice but "just be lucky" is the best advice I've got. You need to find the right person in the right place at the right time in the right way, especially if like me you don't know what you're doing. Focusing on improving yourself, having hobbies and a social circle to draw on will help too.

  11. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    I was a virgin until the age of 23. I was your typical shy, introverted guy. I moved to Europe for postgraduate study. Within a month or so I lost my virginity to a cute girl from my class. All I needed was a fresh start and an environment away from home where I felt less social pressure. The confidence that experience gave me was incalculable. It also taught me that there are women out there who will have chemistry with you, you just have to meet more of them.

  12. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Sure OP. I was a kissless virgin at 15, then had my first kiss at 16 and lost my virginity at 17 to my then girlfriend.
    Hope that helps.

  13. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Go to ribbit moron

  14. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    >raiding /soc/ discord server with buddies
    >a small but decent amount of girls
    >stay in the server for a while
    >new person joins
    >its a girl
    >write her some corny ass love letters and poetry
    >asks for my snap
    >sends me her boobs
    >shes across the country but i fly out to meet her
    >we frick and hang out for a week
    >eventually she moves in with me, halfway across the country from her home
    we broke up, but we loved each other a lot and it was a wonderful ride. it comes from literally anywhere, man.

  15. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    So I was lurking in my basement and then by coincidence a girl came in and fell in love with me.

  16. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    >be me
    >bullied relentlessly in my life until the end of high school
    >scrawny wimp of a kid
    >lost virginity at 20 to cute girl who had started gaining weight.
    >broke up because she was too high maintenance (her depression, tried to once while with me) and it made me feel useless
    >a few relationships I shouldn't have had but don't regret.
    >looking back, each relationship was a lesson learnt
    >now I know what kind of girl I'm looking for, what kind of girl I need, and what kind of man I am.

    I don't think who I am is acceptable to most people. but I have to accept that this is me, and what I want is natural for a man. I need a submissive woman that's okay with me sleeping around, but stays loyal. I'd let her join in if she wants, and I'd make sure she's comfortable. I'm an alpha wannabe, but I'll get there someday. I just gotta keep working. And that goes for anyone out there. Keep at it and you'll get there. Treat each failure as a lesson learnt and don't give up. There are no failures except the mistakes you dont learn from and giving up. And not nutting in a hot girl. Lock that shir down boy.

  17. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    I have never had a gf, only started going on dates at 23. First one was with a fricking psycho mixed Black-Indian chick with a fetish for Chinese guys (yes, you heard correct, and to make matters worse I'm not Chinese either) and while awkward, it did a lot in terms of helping me realise that I need to just go out there and play the game a little. I dated another girl after that but she gave off desperate vibes, like she'd deliberately make a hole in my condom to get herself pregnant.
    I've been studying Japanese for almost a decade though, and recently through language meetup events and going on holiday there I've realised that that language skill has opened up a lot of dating opportunities. I am now dating a Japanese girl.

    However I still have had sex yet, but hopefully soon. I've only been dating her for like 3 weeks and she's pretty shy, so wish me luck.

    Tl;dr learning Japanese was the best decision of my life, also avoid mixed race girls with race kinks

    • 2 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      To add, I'm 25 now. I will parrot what others have touched on here, you oftentimes just need a new environment away from everyone you knew, that's a great way to force yourself to break out of your shell. I lived at home with my parents until 23 and I am only now realising that I was the loser that I was because of their toxicity, and also a bad "friend" group in my hometown, who I have since cut off contact with. I also got so comfortable with all of the above that I never tried to put myself out there and resigned myself to being a loser. Now I live in a big city and meet all kinds of interesting people every week, from all over the world. I had a very small worldview prior to that, so your environment is a big factor in whether you stay a khv or not I feel. It's like how goldfish will only grow as large as their enclosure will accommodate.

  18. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    I noticed that being anxious and insecure got in my way, so I stopped being that way, and be'd confident instead. Managed to get in a pretty good relationship after that.

  19. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Here. I started to simply get a life, forced myself to talk to people, and then w 28yo found a lady. Married since 12 years now, fine.

  20. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    I have a question to those who have posted. What does it mean to "put yourself out there"? What sorts of activities did you do? Where did you go to make similar-aged friends? I am asking this as a 26 year-old who has not had a friend since middle school.

    • 2 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      It means you cannot just continue living the way you have been and expect a gf to magically fall into your lap. You need to make some change to your lifestyle that allows you to naturally meet new women. What exactly it is depends largely on you, it needs to be something you enjoy otherwise you'll come across as a tryhard creep.

      t. former wizard now in a 5-year relationship

  21. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Me but now I'm realizing I was happier alone and need to end a 4 year relationship.

  22. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Pump hope

  23. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    hump Pope

  24. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    i was virgin at 29
    got a gf at 30
    no longer virgin
    but sex is overrated and maintaining a woman it's a scam

  25. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    [...]

    the girl i lost the virginity wasn't my gf
    and i didn't tell her

  26. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    [...]

    I did and she had no problem with it. Generally I think it's better take the risk than base your relationship on a lie.

  27. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    I'm a kissless virgin at 23. I can't remember the last time I've spoken to a woman my age who wasn't service staff or family. I don't see it ever happening.

    • 2 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      Very inspiring!!!

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