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Illusional
05-06-07, 02:42 PM
alright, nevermind all the "will he/she have sex with me" or "is my dick big enough" or "am "I" ready for sex??" i know after all the bullshit is done, many people still deal with this, even at the ripe old age of 50. well alright so that is a pulling everyone's leg, but truthfully how many people still deal with this shit? bottom line, i thought i'd bring up something different, if it hasn't been brought up recently.

why do "YOU" fell your opposite has this problem if they do? if they don't, why do you anyone for that matter has this..?? parents?? low self esteem?? just want attention??

thoughts?

raverboy

zro
05-06-07, 03:43 PM
i dont have insecurity in my sexual life as i dont really give a ****, if they like me...then they like me, if not - plenty of fish in the sea, after all i need is one, i have no ambition to become a player or please many females, all i need is one

i think everyone has some sort of insecurity, for me personally it is my physical ability to protect my self, i have always been of small stature (5'6) and had my fair share of beatings growing up - as a result, now as 23 year old (after lifting weights for a while and taking up boxing) i am sometimes too quick to look for a physical confrontation, i think that i am still trying to prove myself to myself (if that makes any sense)

vashti
05-06-07, 10:38 PM
I think these sorts of insecurities are usually age/maturity related... that is not to say that a 50 year old doesn't experience insecurity... it's just that a 50 year old develops confidence in areas OTHER than their sexuality which helps give them a more realistic and balanced view of themselves. Also, sexual technique improves with age (usually), and once people know how to use what they were given, they tend to feel better about themselves.

Miss hotty
05-06-07, 10:41 PM
Yes i do agree with you

DoesntMatter
06-06-07, 01:24 AM
Zro is right, everyone lacks confidence in some area. This would include being insecure about sexual issues. For some people, such as myself, this would be because of a lack of experience. People usually gain confidence with experience.

I'm quite confident about my chemistry and math abilities. This is because I have spent a lot of time with these subjects and know I am good at it. I'm not very secure when it comes to speaking foreign languages like Italian and Spanish, because I don't have as much experience with those.

Gigabitch
06-06-07, 06:22 AM
Is insecurity actually a survival skill?

Do we feel these fears so that we will protect ourselves? Do they result in stronger pair-bonding? Is insecurity just a little whisper of loss that reminds us of the Big, Inevitable Loss that is our own mortality?

And did Illusional's post make any freaking sense at all?

vashti
06-06-07, 06:50 AM
Not much. I believe he is guilty of posting while intoxicated.

Gigabitch
06-06-07, 06:50 AM
Whaaaat? Illusional? Are you sure?

anachronistic
08-06-07, 09:00 PM
as far as relationships go, i am very insecure about cheating. i always feel as though i am being cheated on, or that my SO has the will to cheat. it developed because in every relationship i've been in, i was cheated on, one way or another.

Raverboy808
13-06-07, 01:05 PM
hey hey hey, there is nothing with illusional posting when he's drunk. if he didn't drink, then he probably wouldn't post at all. everything would be lost amongest the forum. please please cherish what you have. haha

raverboy

Only-virgins
13-06-07, 02:47 PM
I never had insecurity, but I sure do have a shit load of bad luck...is there anywhere I can trade one for the other?

vashti
13-06-07, 10:01 PM
Raverboy > Illusional

Gigabitch
14-06-07, 05:44 AM
Raverboy seems so much more sober, and cuter, somehow, too.

Illusional
17-06-07, 01:13 AM
huh?? whose this raverboy that is stealing my shine. damn punk ass. i got some moderating to do.

raverboy

DoesntMatter
17-06-07, 01:12 PM
I never had insecurity, but I sure do have a shit load of bad luck...is there anywhere I can trade one for the other?

Bad luck does not exist, you just routinely experience the occurrence of a highly improbable series of unfortunate events, I do believe

anachronistic
17-06-07, 01:17 PM
he's not religious, but superstitious. :D