He always wanted it, I mean I like sex, its great, with the right person, perhaps that should have clued me in, but I digress. I'm hoping there are a lot of virgin females in my age bracket out there. It's certainly not "odd," I think it's admirable, which I why I seek that same trait in a partner. Of course, this is coming from someone who came of age in the late '60's so I think anybody who is still a vigin at that age probably has some major malfunction. She has not had sex with the men she has known before you, but why does this mean that she isn't interested in you?But if it wasn't the right time, or for whatever reason, I wasn't in the mood, he would rant and rave how I had taken his virginity and now it was my fault because he wanted it all the time. Even after it was over, it was still my fault and blah blah blah. And if shes still a virgin, theres probably a reason why. Find out why shes still a virgin, and proceed with caution. Assuming she is reasonably attractive, I would think you may have to sidestep some big landmines to get to her. She obviously does not get round heels at the first sign of interest, give it a chance, it might just be worth the wait.I suggest you do exactly what you seem to be avoiding here: Talk to her about it.While you are busy working up the courage, you should probably treat her the same way you would treat anyone else you were interested in Unless of course that involves humping her leg and pawing at her like a dog in heat.We have so much in common that'd be a shame if nothing came of it. (And for people who say "shame on you" for my not wanting to be just friends with her, I figured out long ago that in circumstancs like these, only the woman benefits from such an arrangement.What guy wants to hang out with a woman he is attracted to who isn't interested in him?Or, maybe she's been waiting to be in love, and is thinking, "Well, heavy 'like' is good enough at this point." My point is, you won't know unless you ask.And, while you're at it, I wouldn't mention that you asked a bunch of people on the internet if we thought she was weird.
But I don't know that I could be particularly insightful -- I probably wouldn't tell you much of anything that wouldn't apply to being sensitive to a partner of any age. We ended that (with each other, 'case your wonderin') on my 26th birthday--which happened to be 3 days after his 27th birthday. It probably relates to religion or some other conservative upbringing (as was the case with us), but it may not be true.I'm used to gauging overall atraction through physical cues, but she gives none.I've contemplated all sorts of possibilities; she's frigid, she's not interested, she's leading such a busy life right now that she doesn't have much energy, etc.I imagine, however, it came up some place between the two poles established, so how did she broach the subject? (If you have to ask...) Or, she may be waiting for just the right person.Maybe she's never been in love, and is waiting for that.Heh heh--just remember, slow and steady wins the race. " suggests to me that probably you should look in other directions for any sort of relationship with this woman. On the other hand, she may be religious (may be good or bad, depending on your personal philosophy).