rwalters21 Posted April 11, 2010 Share Posted April 11, 2010 First off hi I am a new user. Im a 21 year old single male and have never been in a relationship with a female. My whole life I have been rejected by females. Throughout my middle school years and highschool years I was obese so that probably has a alot to do with why I was unable to get a girlfriend. The tenth grade was the last time I ever tried to date a girl I was tired of being rejected and accepted that i was undesired by females so I lost interest in them and stopped talking to them. My senior year in highschool I lost all my excessive poundage and I guess was desired by quite a few females but was not interested in them and noticed that I no longer had any drive, motivation, or desire to be with a female almost like the attraction for females was terminated and to this day I still have that characteristic. I have a mild form of expressive language disorder now I developed it from lack of social interraction when I was unemployed for a year but I was working steady for the past six months and was surrounded by beautiful women but I just had no compulsion to talk to them like I had no interest and im not gay i am totally into women I watch porn often because I get urges when i see attractive females on t.v. but when I am in the presence of a female or they are around me i have no interest. So is it possible that it's natures way of ending my bloodline or my undesired traits and genes? Am I an evolutionary deadend? I have a family of mental disorders schitzophrenia and strange behavior and I feel the language disorder stems from my family history. I am not depressed or feeling no hope I just feel it goes deeper than just lack of confidence because I have been having thoughts and feelings that I shouldnt reproduce because of my genes and I wouldnt want these undesired traits to be passed onto my child. sorry for such a long descriptive story of my life but i would just like these questions answered by one who has a background in science and the genetics. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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