I have very solid experience in how you behave when an American woman replies via social media (for the record, I know a lot of Indian guys in person, so rest assured I also know all the variables of your IRL personalities). So is every American woman who you think is worthless enough to engage in casual sex with you.
I once asked a guy who was continually asking me to "say (bad word for female genitals) to me" why Indian women aren't asked the same questions.
I want to know if it is possible to have a conversation with a guy without it getting sexual?
I’m not talking about a little flirting, I’m talking about body parts being described, how they would be used, etc.
And he wouldn’t want to know how I think that would feel, either. Millions of people hiding behind their computers to connect.
Now, he may very well be thinking these things, but he would never come out and say them in person, especially after knowing me only a few minutes. And that’s the thing with conversations that devolve into sex talk. Except some of them are dorks parading as big shots. And some are women being brazen when they’re super-shy in real life.
An Indian guy recently asked “Why do Americans girls disconnect the chat immediately if I tell them that I'm an Indian? ” on Quora and the responses is got are for all the men in this country to read.
While a lot of women took turns to explain where exactly Indian men go wrong while chatting with women online, a certain Melanie Smith, a frequent traveller to India said it all in one long reply.
Because when we’re talking about policing online behavior, it always seems to imply that it’s everybody else who’s wrong, when, in fact, WE’RE what’s wrong.It heard the man had social anxiety, was "socially awkward", and did not commence dating until he was 42.It heard he commenced his first sexual relationship two years ago at the age of 44."[Forensic psychologist] Mr [Richard] Balfour says the internet allowed you to explore and experiment in a non-threatening manner because you did not have to interact with people," Judge Mc Intyre said.A "socially awkward" Adelaide man who started his first sexual relationship in his mid-40s has been given a suspended sentence for engaging in sexually explicit online chats with young girls overseas.The man, 46, pleaded guilty to five charges of using a carriage service to transmit indecent communications and one charge of using a carriage service to cause offence.