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As a virgin in her 20's, I get very anxious thinking about relationships and things like that. People generally tend to have a very weird reaction when they find out I haven't had sex, and it makes me nervous to think about having to tell someone who I might be romantically interested in. Like, what will that person think? Will he be turned off by it? Should this be something I tell someone, or no? It's just such an awkward thing for me. I always try to avoid it and try to get on as if I've had some experience when in reality I've had next to none.

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  • I'm also a virgin woman in that age range too, but to be frank I don't know if I ever really cared? Perhaps it depends on how you explain the situation to your partner. Like instead of outright saying word for word, "I'm a virgin," or "I have no experience," it might be better to actually have a more in-depth discussion of what you are uncomfortable with or what makes you feel good based on what you know about yourself already. And I think that this sort of conversation shouldn't be initiated when you first meet the person or just getting to know them, but maybe a bit further down the line when your partner is interested in sex.

  • If that person really cares, they shouldn't care that you're a virgin. As a guy in his mid-20's I start to realize that it's worthless to worry about that for myself. I just tell them the truth. I have lost relationships just because I am a virgin, but I'd rather be alone than have someone throw me away for a nothing issue. I feel that people who find that kind of thing as a turn off worse than scum. It's just like getting a job. How are you supposed to have experience if no one hires you?

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I always wonder if the reason I have not had much luck in the dating department is because I'm not exactly the most feminine woman around. I mean, I enjoy being a "girly-girl" from time to time, but very rarely. Mostly, I'm very tomboyish and it makes me think that it might unsettle some people sometimes (not just men, but people in general). Who knows. Maybe I'm just over-thinking it.

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  • I used to know a straight woman who dressed like a cartoon Lesbian with stereotypical lesbian hair. Had no idea why she never got asked out. It was pretty ironic.

  • It definitely doesn't help in the general dating department to not be the generic type of person, but it has nothing to do with finding true love and friendship. If you want to sleep with as many people as possible, then you'll probably have to change yourself. But if you just look for genuine companionship, then please stop worrying about whether you're good enough or not. There's always someone for everyone. There's always the guy in the bar who doesn't understand why his friends drool over miss big tits and can't wait for the tomboy girl to look back at him. Two of his friends probably only pretend to like miss big tits to look cooler in front of their cool friend, while one of them only has eyes for the shy brunette in the back of the bar and the other one is gay. So much to that, stay who you are and love yourself

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I love android dont get me wrong... it's way better than iPhone but the one regret I have switching phones is the ads are unbearable. At least apple had a way to download an ad blocker all the ad blockers are for the internet browser and everything I look up says I need to root my device which I don't want to do or I need to turn on airplane mode which okay that's awesome but now I won't get any calls or text

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Don't know what to do anymore. Months ago I ate something that caused my stomach to act strange and sickly. I didn't take any medicine and just some yogurts. It lasted for 3 weeks as I remember. My stomach is totally fine now except that I now have smelly gas. Before getting sick, I have no problem with smell (since there's nothing). I tried advises from internet on how to lessen the smell but it isn't working. It's now 8 weeks of trying to figure how to get that smell off. Also, no colon cancer for sure since I have no other symptoms. It is now frustrating me and starting to affect my self-esteem.

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  • Go to a doctor. I also had similar problems and googled so much than I could probably write a bachelor thesis now, but then went to a professional and he came up with something that Dr. Google didn't tell me. I'm fine now. If you're embarrassed to go, you don't have to say you have smelly gas. Just tell him you had stomach problems weeks earlier and that you don't have bad symptoms anymore, but aren't feeling normal again. I did the same because I was too shy to say the word diarrhea and he still managed to diagnose me. Good luck

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Will tampons take away my virginity?

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  • No. Losing virginity is not simply penetration of the vagina - it entails penetration with a sexual organ, specifically. Masturbation won't make you lose your virginity either. However, many consider the concept of virginity as such outdated, as sex consists of other actions beyond penetration - oral, fingering and handjobs, usage of toys etc. Some people, such as lesbians, may not ever even have penetrative sex yet may be sexually experienced in other ways. So, loss of virginity could be considered a broader scale of sexual activities with another person. I think the most sensible conclusion is that each person, including you, can define for yourself what kind of sexual action is meaningful enough for you that it makes you lose virginity.

  • It may break the hymen. That's why pads are much more popular in Asia.

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Whenever I google search something I never click the first link that says ‘ad’.

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  • I sometimes do because it contains the actual thing I'm looking for and I always feel so bad for doing it, like I'd like to tell Google "I didn't fall four your capitalistic trap I just actually need this link"

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Huh. Maybe my depression jokes only remind people they're depressed.

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  • Depression jokes aren't funny. Everyone is depressed these days, especially the youth. It just makes people feel extra burdened around you. Offensive jokes are great, but they have to make people involuntarily laugh and smile or else they aren't real jokes.

  • Ya think?

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My fwb asked me to stop whatever we are doing, he said he doesn’t want to lose his respect for me (since we were friends before everything turned like this), I don’t know what to feel honestly, shamed? Sad? Should I be happy?

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  • That dude's got some repressed women\sex issues. Be glad he gave you an out even if it was based on his unresolved mentality.

  • Fucking KICK him from your life. You're good for havign benefits but not as a respectful person? When did sex become disrespect? Fuck him. Or rather, STOP fucking him.

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I go back and forth from "I look so fine" to "I'm ugly and inelegant" every day. I wonder if it's immoral to be obsessed with my appearence like this.

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  • Looks are your billboard to the world. I used to be like, "Fuck preconceived notions, judge me for who I am." Then I realized it wasn't working. People are visual. Gotta put that best foot forward. No what people look for, and most of all be confident.

  • Mm same.

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Some people are just too old to play games. Why?

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