By: Sebastien “@TheGayBestie” Gaudin
It’s been taboo for women to tell the truth about their “body count” other known as their number sexual of partners. Rumor has it that if a girl shares her number times it by two and there you have the real total, but is it really that serious?
Does telling really make a difference? As long as its safe sex, right?
Well for most guys they want to know, but they really don’t want to know. For some twisted reason men are territorial and enjoy the idea of feeling like they’ve been the only one. I get it and understand, but truth be told the only reason why you got so good was from experience.
For example, myself before my boyfriend I wasn’t whoring around at all. If I had sex I tried different things, but I never wanted to give too much of myself away to someone I didn’t care about. Yeah, I’m the sappy type and need that connection to enjoy it. Now that I’ve met him I’ve learned more and done things outside my box of tricks and gadgets. Still mindful that we are not married, but we are committed to one another and I take my time with things I want to do. We’ve never discussed our “body counts” with one another because we’ve allowed our past not to interfere with our present as long as we both maintain a healthy relationship with one another.
To tell your body count only depends on the kind of guy you’re with. If he’s insecure then he’s not one you should date or even think about telling your business to. Keep in mind your “number” doesn’t define who you are; nor should it cause any shame for how high or low. What’s most important is your health and self-esteem behind your decisions past or present.
I have girlfriends who are still virgins and those who’ve had more than me, but what we aim to focus on are where we are now in our lives and where we’re heading.
Take your number and share it with those your comfortable telling and discussing ti with. At the end of the day no one’s opinion really matters, but your own!
As a New Jersey native it came as no surprise when Sebastien, birthed a knack for talking and writing. During his college days the young blogger gained experience through international talkers such as The Maury Show and The Mo’nique Show. After years of interning and assisting the aspiring journalist threw caution to the wind and launched The Gay Bestie, LLC.
The lifestyle and culture company provides a different spin on love, sex, relationships, and fashion. #TGB focuses on the 21st Century woman and her loyal companion, other known as the gay bestie. Readers will find discussions that are usually held behind closed doors placed in the forefront to totally meet the needs of all. No, topic is ever off limits.
So ladies brace yourselves because Sebastien is taking you places where you’ll be sure to blush and share a laugh! He’s giving exactly what’s been missing. Grab you’re favorite beverage (i.e. red wine), sit back, and prepare to gab about this with your girlfriends the minute you see them.