Yes, it can run the whole spectrum of what they believe or Not, from thinking the poon is a Holy place to be preserved for marriage (blue balls for you) to a devout church goer that gives it up soon based solely on attraction…Christian girls seem really sensitive to any sort of escalation at all and sexualizing things is much, much more likely to be offensive to them (given they’re serious about their beliefs).
Have a 23yo girl I'm seeing and I'm doing the same thing (playing the long game and seeing other girls). Though I wonder how long is long. If she didn't keep pursuing me and bringing me home-cooked food and deserts and wanting to see me, I'd be dust in the wind. It's very strange for me - I've never once been in this situation my whole life. I've invested nothing other than time, and even then I only see her when I have nothing else going on. Been two weeks since I've seen her because of that actually, but she texts me nearly every day - always her initiating. It's been going on for like 3-4 months. She's only been with one other guy and it was not a positive experience for her. I do hear about the religious ones being freaky but she has a really difficult time even talking about sex and refers to it as "....all that..... you know..." LOL. It will be interesting to see what happens. I don't have high hopes though.If you come across the type who has some definite sexual boundaries and you like her, let it be, play it long and get your nasty someplace else. There are plenty out there who can give it to you.
It varies, if she’s Baptist some congregations said she wasn’t allowed to dance in past years, but I believe that’s changed now that most of the church doesn’t regard it as a sinful behavior anymore…I've seen men give up tons for Christian women..
-no vulgar music
-no alcohol or drugs, even rarely
-no friends with questionable values
-attending church 2+ times a week
I didn't specify what I mean very well in the OP: how is escalating with religious women different? Like give me a rough bullet point timeline. What have you done with the religious women you've interacted with?My sexual policy on religious women is “test it but respect it”. You’ll know exactly where you’ll stand.
I'm not sure what you mean by this.Offensive reaction comes from a thirst in trying to press too hard past what is not ok.
Practically no blanket statement is without exceptions, but yeah, you're right - Baptists don't hold to that any more. Like 20+ years ago. That's why it's great to just hold to the book, not the thought systems that spring from it! Haha.It varies, if she’s Baptist some congregations said she wasn’t allowed to dance in past years, but I believe that’s changed now that most of the church doesn’t regard it as a sinful behavior anymore…
I personally still believe though that if a pole is involved she may be the type that has some dirty thoughts……
This has been my latest experience with a religious girl also.I have a religious one on the line now. Doesn’t drink, doesn’t smoke, goes to church, often talks of her faith, etc. But, she also doesn’t force me to be anything and is a beast in the bedroom.
Had I gone with the general, religious-girl stereotype and never tested the boundaries, I wouldn’t have experienced any of the naughty that’s in this girl.
Op a girl will give up a tribe, religion, leave a country, a job, a family to fck a guy she wants to be with. The part you should focus on is being that guy if that's what you want.Christian girls seem really sensitive to any sort of escalation at all and sexualizing things is much, much more likely to be offensive to them (given they’re serious about their beliefs).