The Day After

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    Hamster

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    I went back and reread some of the older threads and came across this question. "Why is it that girls, after having sex, always regret it later and feel shame?" Any female readers care to enlighten us?
     
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    hmm...cuz she listens 2 much to her lover liars without knowing him for at @ least 5yrs :D
     
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    A male reader here. I don't know and I don't want to know. Maybe it's like me going out to lunch with a cute girl at work, buys her lunch, and later finds out she is not MENTALLY STABLE hahhaah. I wouldn't feel shameful, but regretful.

    ami, are you okay? Please take no offense...that "@ least 5yrs" comment seems like a cry for help and/or frustration with your relationship.

    Maybe you watched too many damn love dramas on this site and your man all of a sudden doesn't meet up to your expectations similar to these male movie stars. I'm telling you, these movies are making us normal guys look so unromantic haha
     
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    After listening to some sappy Khmer love songs, I got some ideas. A girl regrets giving an intimate part of herself when the guy that she likes abandons her or tells her there isn't going to be a relationship. She'd feel used in this case, does the regret and possibly shame.
     

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