What started out as a normal conversation with a guy I met on Tinder recently suddenly turned into heavy breathing. So I put my investigative skills into motion (I am THE BEST), and I found him. So I laughed my way to bed that night as I scratched my head saying, “Well that was a first.” Of course, I fully expected to never hear from The Masturbator again, but sure as hell the next day, he texted me. He has been relentless, and I am convinced he is a creep and pervert. I have called him a creep and a weirdo and a pervert.I asked him why he sounded weird, and then I said, “Oh my God, are you masturbating? He is CRAZY, although he has tried to convince me he is normal because he hasn’t sent me a cock shot yet.Why can't I just take in and enjoy the moment and be happy? I first left to go travelling after a break up and it was the best thing I ever did so naturally after returning home, I wanted to go again, so I did.But then I met a guy before I left, and although I thought he was great at first as you can read in my previous posts here he actually turned out to be a total arse and has head fucked me more than anything else.most times just to see if anything has changed -- and usually finding out it hasn't.Still, after yet another failed attempt to date the "normal" way, I return to a previously-used dating site to try once again.” He giggled and denied it, but then he said he just heard his son get up and hung up abruptly. I don’t have enough fingers to count the number of times he has asked me out and I have ignored him.
At different times in life I would sign up to sites or return to previous sites and see what's out there ...Dating as an institution is a relatively recent phenomenon which has mainly emerged in the last few centuries.From the standpoint of anthropology and sociology, dating is linked with other institutions such as marriage and the family which have also been changing rapidly and which have been subject to many forces, including advances in technology and medicine.As much as I can't stop thinking about him, I know I am better off without and he probably wouldn't have made me happy in the long run (plus my friends really dislike him - when I find 'the one' my friends and family will have to love him). I will be 28 shortly after I return home and I find myself becoming increasingly broody. I blame society, why do we have to be defined by how much we have achieved by a certain age, or relationship status?Although I am lucky to have everything I mentioned above, I also feel like I have nothing. It is emotionally draining and a totally detrimental and outdated attitude towards women.