I am a devout Catholic and believe in celibacy until marriage. I'm not a prude or frigid. I love cuddling, kissing, hugs, and holding hands. I just think that the physical, emotional, and spiritual intimacy of love-making should be reserved until after the I do's have been said.
I get a lot of views but the only men who contact me are ones with obviously fake profiles. You can tell they are fake because they say they have a master's degree yet can't spell, punctuate or use proper grammar. They all read the same as well.
Sometimes someone will contact me without having actually viewed my profile. When I ask if they have read it, they stop communicating. My guess is that they get to that part and decide they are no longer interested.
So - should I leave that paragraph out of a profile and hope that I might meet someone who will like me enough to agree to honor my values if/when the issue comes up? I don't want to lead anyone on or appear that I'm playing games. I also want to avoid the argument that I've had with others. You know the one. "You've been married and have kids so you obviously aren't a virgin. So why wait for marriage? How can you wait since you've obviously already had sex?"
Thought and opinions as well as sharing your experiences regarding this are all welcome.