What’s you number? No, we don’t mean your phone number. We mean your number number. The number of people you’ve slept with. If you’ve ever been asked this question, you know that it’s a toughie. Are you going to get judged by how many people you’ve slept with? Or how few? What could the right answer possibly be? Kate and Mari were wondering the same thing, so they got the naked truth from a naked guy.
 
So, what’s your number? Would you tell a guy if he asked, or would you just be insulted that he cared? Tell us in the comments!

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4 Comments

  1. avatar CC13 says:

    I think that what is missed in this conversation is that the number of people you have slept with doesn’t measure the number of times you have had sex. I have been in a relationship with the same guy for 5 years he took my virginity..he is one person but that doesn’t mean I have had sex only once. I am experienced and I know what I want like the naked guy was saying but my number isn’t high. Numbers are clearly miss leading…

  2. avatar rachie says:

    clearly see that the ‘naked’ guy is wearing underwear. :,(

  3. avatar ashlyncle says:

    THANK GOODNESS!! I’m always embarrassed by my number because I’m afraid of what others will think, but over the past month or so I have learned to love myself for who I am and not be ashamed of my past or mistakes that I’ve made…I made certain choices, learned right from wrong, so let’s just move on…I can’t stand it when guys think that “too high” of a number is a bad thing–I just wanna say to them, “I’m clean (went to the doctor and everything), sooooo what’s the problem here??” lol

  4. avatar jkjkjk says:

    Okay, this doesn’t really have anything to do with this video, but I just want to THANK GURL.COM for being so amazing. I’m a teenage girl, and I live in a world dominated by gender roles and inequality, gurl.com has shown me that I don’t have to fall into any particular gender “role” in my life. I can grow up and be a scientist, because I AM smart enough to do that, or I could be a pro football player because I AM athletic enough. I don’t have to grow up and be a mother and clean the house all day, UNLESS I WANT TO!!!

    You’ve taught me that I can have sex with a boy (or girl) I like and not be a slut! You’ve taught me to be healthy, by wearing condoms, putting myself before pleasing someone else, and respecting both my body and my limits. You’ve taught me that I can make mistakes, but that doesn’t mean I deserve to be bullied, nor should I be the bully. I know now that women are just as strong as men, and men just as strong as women. I know that feminism isn’t just about not shaving your legs, and hating men, but it’s a true way of life that resolves around trusting yourself, and believing that EVERYONE deserves fair treatment. I believe that all women are beautiful, and NO ONE deserves to be told otherwise. Thank you all so much, you gurls are my inspiration, and I proud to be a now and future feminist, and part of the gurl community.

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