Ex-escort who bedded 150 men loses virginity to woman after celibacy ‘made him straight’
Working for a spell as a male escort, Dominic even racked up “between 100 and 150” notches on his bedpost.
But everything changed when a two-year relationship with his ex-boyfriend came to an abrupt and end over the Christmas dinner table in 2017.
Dominic took some time out for himself – which is when he stumbled upon an article about celibacy on the internet.
He explained: “To get over someone, a lot of people go and get under someone else, but I didn’t want to do that.
“I started reading up on celibacy and saw people talk about how it had helped their self-esteem, lessened their anxieties, gave them more energy and generally taught them more about who they were.”
By the time 2018 drew to a close, he became convinced that he was no longer attracted to men.
Then in January 2019, identifying as straight, he made a new New Year’s Resolution – to lose his virginity to a woman.
Dominic began a conversation with a woman he met on Facebook back in March 2019.
Then went on a date for around six weeks or so and Dominic even introduced her to some of his family, after losing his virginity.
He revealed: “We’d been talking non-stop before we met, over the phone. We just clicked. We had our first date in London, and stayed in a hotel. Though we didn’t sleep together that night, we did share a bed.
“After that, we spoke all the time, and eventually, I lost my virginity. That was something I’d really wanted to do, so I was happy. It wasn’t some big romantic moment – more of a drunken fumble – but she said she was surprised I was a virgin which was a compliment.
“We parted ways soon after because we realised we weren’t right for each other, but I’m still glad it happened, and I enjoyed it at the time. Dating a woman, I found, was completely different to dating men, as I wasn’t used to it at all so it was all completely new to me.”
Now he does not identify as gay, straight, bisexual, pansexual or anything else and believes that sexuality can be fluid.
He is not ruling out women and feels an attraction to both genders.
Dominic concluded: “People do think sexuality can’t be fluid. I’ve had people trying to work me out, putting this label or that on me.
“But right now, I’m really happy, and it feels good not to put myself in a box anymore.”
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