A frequently asked question is: what is body count, my significant other is asking about my body count.
The body count is the number of people you have had sexual intercourse with. In this context, it is based on penetrative intercourse, not other forms of sexual pleasure such as kissing, oral sex, and dry humping.
In any new relationship, partners try to familiarize themselves by asking various questions, especially when the relationship is becoming serious and commitment is becoming genuine.
Many people open up about their sexual fantasies. Some couples even discuss sexual positions and explore each other’s bodies. While being open to your partner learn to keep your past in the past.
Sharing your body count with your partner is unnecessary, and this is simply because some things are just better left unknown.
Many young people have shared how their perfect relationship went to the mud after they disclosed their body count with their partner. Speaking to a lady, she explained how her boyfriend broke up with her after she told him how many men she has been with.
She explained how her boyfriend called her a bitch and walked out.
”He asked me how many people I have slept with and initially, I hesitated but he assured me saying it’s fine and we can share our secret with one another. When I eventually told him, he called me a Bitch and walked out,” she said.
Body count revelation has brought a lot of insecurity, especially to the woman. Women have been labelled as sluts for having too many sexual partners. For some, three people are considered many while for others anything from seven and above is termed many and the person is immediately slut-shamed.
The same goes for men. A man can be praised for having a high body count, but can also be perceived as a player who does not treat girls well.
Most couples ask their partners about their body count without having the mental and emotional capacity for the possible answer. They immediately start having double feelings towards their partners and in most cases, the relationship ends in the valley.
Most people begin to treat their partners without courtesy and respect forgetting they are more than their sexual story.
The best solution is to keep your body count to yourself. Make it a piece of classified information to yourself alone.