Our expert says:
How very often variations on this situation seem to arise within this forum ( check the archives ). What probably mattered to him was to understand that you were experienced sexually, when he was not. What matters now is that if both of you are content together and that you have apparently changed from the person who was more promiscuous earlier in your life. Your history isn't necessarily something that a partner needs to know in any detail - its facts can't be changed. What matters right now is whether it has relevant implications for your present and future behaviour. Only if it is likely that the facts of the extent of your previous experience could come out unexpectedly through the remakrs of others, is it something you would need to seriously consider discussing calmly with him, including an explanation of how you have changed and how you feel about him.
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