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"How many men have you slept with?" Here is what you tell him.

Posted by Matthew, 02 Oct

This, in my opinion, is an ugly, unattractive question. It's one of those questions people ask that you don't really want to know the answer to. And somehow, it's almost inevitable you're going to get asked. When you do, how do you answer?

Do you need to talk about it or can the topic be avoided?

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  1.   urbanposh7 says:
    Posted: 26 Feb 16

    I stopped watching the video after he said he stopped counting after two. Anyway, this is a question to be asked because I will certainly ask this question of a prospective mate. It's important to me to know that he values his sexuality because if he doesn't, he cannot possibly value mine. And yes, I have chosen to part ways from men who I believed had an excessive number of partners.

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  2.   Ziana says:
    Posted: 15 Dec 15

    I just smile and tell him " u know what dear I don't want u to destroy my day"

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  3.   Nubee1 says:
    Posted: 07 Oct 14

    I don't feel that anyone should be talking about this. I'm more concerned about your health and would like to avoid diseases. On the average most people have slept with someone else and just knowing about one can cause for the psyche to go crazy if you are emotionally unstable. I don't want to think about my partner being with anyone else but me. I have been on dates where men feel it's ok to talk about detailed sexual interactions from their past and it is sick to me. Complete turn off and didn't date them again. It's important to stay healthy, talk about your sexual experiences with each other, and stay committed. What do we need to talk about the past for?

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