Here's something I don't understand... I've heard guys talking to each other about how you aren't a "real man" until you've had sex. Do guys really feel this way?
No offense, I find this argument pretty pathetic. I took an animal behavior course last semester and had to observe meal worm beetles have sex. For four hours. Then I had to observe brine shrimp copulate. For four hours. Sex does not make you a man, because anything with a penis can do it. Beetles have sex. Sea monkies have sex. Giraffes have sex. I think what defines a real man is the ability to be respectful, honorable, dependable and responsible. If you can't be those things it doesn't matter if you've had sex or not you're still a boy in my mind.
What do you guys think? I'd like to hear a male perspective. And also, what do you think separates "girls" from "women"?
Sea monkies (aka brine shrimp) Oh yeah. I watched these guys copulate for four hours. It was fascinating. About as fascinating as watching paint dry, lol!!!