I'm sure most of us here have seen the movie The 40 Year Old Virgin. If you haven't, watch it. Its hilarious. I don't think I really need to explain the premise, but this does tie in with my question.
If a man is still a virgin and it is not by choice; at what age should he say to himself "Okay, I have a problem connecting with women (or men) romantically and something needs to change."
I can understand if you have personal or religious views that encourage you to keep yourself pure or whatever. I'm asking for the people who have no major hangups about two people having sex. People who view sex as a part of a romantic relationship or even just a fun way to spend a night.
Lets even take this question a step further back. Lets say that a man is now XX age and has never even kissed a girl (or guy). This is a big problem in his life that needs to change. How old is too old to have never kissed someone romantically and it is not by choice.
For the record, I consider myself as sort of a late bloomer, but not as bad as others. I first started dating when I was 17 and lost my virginity around 21 or 22.
It's not really the same thing. A guy pay a prostitute because he is horny and wants to get his rocks off. A guy pays a sex therapist (or sex surrogate) because he has legitimate health issues, mental or otherwise, that impair him from having a relationship with the opposite sex.
Also, prostitutes typically don't have advanced degrees in their field. And if one does, I would really love to know where she attended college. Just saying.
I'm sure that's what they tell themselves.
There's many therapy sessions involved before they get a chance to 'do the deed', so I'm pretty sure that if one were only in it for sex they would get bored of waiting after a couple months and just look up the red light district in town.