blackg wrote: ↑1 month ago
Banging in a cubicle is hardly degenerate. It's akin to a rite of passage in some social circles.
You need to live more, Pat.
The thing is that I've seen so many unbelievably disgusting cubicles, particularly in clubs, so I can't help but see it as remarkably degenerate. It's amazing how many places can't afford a fucking janitor. Just revolting.
One man that I know claims to have gotten a BJ from this other woman that we both know in the bathroom of a relatively clean club. However, he's a particularly unreliable individual so I don't know for sure what happened lol.
She's now married to a man, they have dogs and children, I'm not sure how many. They have nice jobs and live in a nice place.
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Pat wrote: ↑1 month ago
Most girls aren't in fulfilling LTRs.
Externally, most women 25+ are in LTRs. It's really hard to say what fraction are "fulfilling", which is what I think you meant. I've heard horrible things from many people, both men and women.
In practice both men and women can be at fault of being shitty partners, or becoming worse people over time. I know of two couples where the man is a total bum, does nothing all day but complains, blames everybody else (government, society, the woman, etc) for their problems, but they're not trying and not doing shit. They're being parasites.
I know of one man who left his wife due to problems in the bedroom. At first he didn't want to tell me what that meant. Later on, I found out -- his wife's libido had crashed. They had not had sex in over a year. And she wasn't willing to do any work to get better. So he gave up and divorced her. Keep in mind a lot of men would just stay in there indefinitely.
A lot of people waste the years 25-35 because they made bad, naive, or otherwise uninformed choices of who to partner with, and stayed in the relationship for too long. There's more to it than the cock carousel. Being in a relationship is easier than being single, it's cheaper and more socially favoured, and people often have an excess irrational fear of change.