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Old 04-20-18, 02:58 PM
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Any women here with zero relationship experience

...like, made it through middle and high school without having had a first boy/girlfriend, ever?

If so, do any of you feel like your adolescence has been "deferred" so to speak, like you can't relate to your peers and are not yet ready for the kind of relationships most of them are seeking?
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