Keith McDorman walks into the back room of an Austin, Texas coffee shop. With his dirty-blond hair, light eyes, week-old beard, and striped button-down shirt, he looks like a younger, shorter, bohemian version of Bradley Cooper. He tosses his scooter helmet onto the wooden table, sits across from me at a booth that barely fits us both, and talks before I ask a question. That statement brings glances from studying college students. We opt for more privacy by heading outside, where we talk over a live rock band at a high table near a vegan food truck. McDorman continues by telling me about a conversation he had recently with his girlfriend, in which he expressed fear that his libido had dropped.
Despite what you see on TV and in movies, having sex for the first time is rarely romantic, pleasant, or sexy. Sure, it can be—in theory. It was with my boyfriend on our one-year anniversary. My anxiety got the best of me, and I freaked out and told him to stop after the first thrust. Plus, I was the first one of my friends to have sex, so no one could tell me what to expect. A week later, we did it for real, and I felt cool for finally doing it. I wasn't even sure if I truly liked the guy, but I did feel pressured.
On average, guys lose theirs at Alas, not everyone is ready to get in the sack as a teen. Having struggled with her body image, aged 33 and weighing in at lbs, Rebecca had gastric bypass surgery and at 34, a large amount of leftover skin removed. But is there ever? It seems that losing your virginity in your thirties is just as rife with confusion as it is in your teens.
But first, the newlyweds had to endure a little more waiting. They wait patiently for the decorators to clear out, but then Xiomara and Alba barge in to interrupt, and Jane and Michael agree to try again later on, after Jane works on her writing thesis. Jane is interviewing Alba for her romance novel, using the webcam on her laptop.