UWSP Love Confession Advice
Kaitlyn Luckow - Samantha Feld - Commentary
kluck791@uwsp.edu - sfeld857
We love UWSP Love Confessions. Legitimate or not, we are going to lend a hand to those who might actually need advice. We skimmed the Facebook page and chose a couple that really caught our attention.

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There are 3.5 billion men on the planet. A really low guesstimate of the percentage of the population that’s gay is 1.7 percent meaning there are nearly 60 million potential romantic partners. So my advice is to not wallow in self-pity because that is completely useless. If you’re single and want to meet people then start moving on all fronts: bars, online dating, volunteering and just generally getting out of the house.

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The question here really is an age-old one: can you really be friends after you break up? To be honest, it’s probably best just to let it go. It’s okay if you’re not friends; you don’t have to be friends forever. Cry, eat some food, delete some stuff, and hit on someone else as soon as you’re able. People break up. You’ll make new friends. If you try to stay friends, your relationship will always be in the back of your mind. You will never truly be friends with them because your relationship will always be there and you will constantly be thinking, “what if?” Do yourself a favor and just move on.

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Stand up for yourself; no one should ever make you feel like you are not good enough. It sounds like she is using you in an emotionally draining way. If she knows you like her she would have done something about it, and she would most definitely be seen with you in public.

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Because, baby, we were born that way!

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Stop and think about what you’re doing for a second. You are worth more than this. We get it; being a virgin in college isn’t exactly easy. Maybe sometimes you think that it’s weird or that other people think you’re “uncool.” That couldn’t be further from the truth, and don’t force anyone else’s opinions to influence what you do with your body. You have waited this long, don’t just go out on a whim and sleep with some random person just to get it over with. Wait until you find someone that understands and cares about you. If you’re worried about telling people the fact that you’re a virgin, don’t. Always be honest. The worst thing that you could possibly do is lie about the fact (they’re going to find out eventually). If the fact that you’re a virgin freaks them out, then they’re not worth your time.