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I know in your late teens and early twenties it can be considered a social stigma because everyone sort of expects you to do it at least once.


But by your mid twenties literally no one could care about your sex life... or really your life in general.


The biggest and only problem you really face is when you finally get to the point you are about to do it you have no experience. Which for some can cause a strain on a relationship but unless you are with someone really shallow it wouldn't matter really.
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what in the world is HHKV


edit: That aside, that person's asking the question way too early- Try asking again in 30 years
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Nothing wrong with being a virgin, things will happen in their own time.

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Every time I see these questions, I ask just a couple questions.

1) Did you know that even the "mildest" of sexually transmitted infections has the potential to make a female sterile while barely affecting a male?
2) If you are male, can you accept the fact that there is no such thing as 100% protection and you could cause someone irreparable harm? If you are female, can you accept being irreparably harmed before you experience all the years when you may want a child only to find you can not?

I would say there is nothing wrong with being a virgin. Sure, there is a lot of pressure to be sexually experienced, but is the risk worth it? You may not be the one harmed, but can you accept harming another? There are many people that don't speak out about when this happens to them, so it is more common than people think. That being said, not being a virgin has its own rewards too. It is a matter of personal decision and no one should make that decision for you.
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Yes.

Before everyone jumps on me, hear me out.

Generally speaking, virgins are continually hyped about sex, with it almost always being at the forefront of all their thoughts. Once they actually get laid and see it's not really that big of a deal, they start being a bit more relaxed about it.

Go out, get laid. If you're too ugly or socially awkward, get a prostitute. Otherwise, if you're worried about it now, it will likely just keep on building until you blow your load (figuratively and literally, heh heh).




nanikore2 wrote:

what in the world is HHKV


Also, This.
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sarteck wrote:

Yes.

Before everyone jumps on me, hear me out.

Generally speaking, virgins are continually hyped about sex, with it almost always being at the forefront of all their thoughts. Once they actually get laid and see it's not really that big of a deal, they start being a bit more relaxed about it.

Go out, get laid. If you're too ugly or socially awkward, get a prostitute. Otherwise, if you're worried about it now, it will likely just keep on building until you blow your load (figuratively and literally, heh heh).




nanikore2 wrote:

what in the world is HHKV


Also, This.


H oldless
H ugless
K issless
V irgin

Basically a person that has never been in a relationship. While I see nothing wrong with either side of the HHK part of this, there are some definitely high risk parts to breaking the V part. As for the thoughts about sex, it really depends on the individual. Some folks are perfectly fine as virgins and don't think about sex all the time. Some non-virgins still think about it all the time. There is so much that is personal about virginity and how to approach it that I don't think there is any 1 answer. It is very much about the individual, their mindset, their needs, and their willingness to accept risks.
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Basically a person that has never been in a relationship. While I see nothing wrong with either side of the HHK part of this, there are some definitely high risk parts to breaking the V part. As for the thoughts about sex, it really depends on the individual. Some folks are perfectly fine as virgins and don't think about sex all the time. Some non-virgins still think about it all the time. There is so much that is personal about virginity and how to approach it that I don't think there is any 1 answer. It is very much about the individual, their mindset, their needs, and their willingness to accept risks.


Completely agreed on all points, actually.

These sorts of questions are always dependent (either in large part or in its entirety) on your individual choices, beliefs, feelings, taste, etc.

I'd mainly written "yes" so that a lot of those here saying "no" could think about it from another perspective, but the honest answer is, as you say, "it depends."
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NOT AT ALL, Sex is and should not be as important as what people may think.
Whether you are or are not a virgin does not define a person's or should define a person's value.
You lose it to the person you want to lose it to. Don't lose it just to feel better about yourself and how you think society may see you, that's absolutely ridiculous. If you lose it to someone you don't even really love and then later you find the love of your life, hell yeah you're going to regret losing it to the wrong person. You're going to wish you saved it~ the whole 'having sex' part would be so much more of a better experience, such as it being intimate and and personal and it will have feeling to it. Or worse, you may lose it to someone who doesn't love you and you're left feeling empty.
But back to the main point, IT IS NOT BAD TO BE A VIRGIN.
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No. I'm a virgin and I'm awesome. So the moral of the story is just be me.
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sarteck wrote:

Yes.

Before everyone jumps on me, hear me out.

Generally speaking, virgins are continually hyped about sex, with it almost always being at the forefront of all their thoughts. Once they actually get laid and see it's not really that big of a deal, they start being a bit more relaxed about it.

Go out, get laid. If you're too ugly or socially awkward, get a prostitute. Otherwise, if you're worried about it now, it will likely just keep on building until you blow your load (figuratively and literally, heh heh).




nanikore2 wrote:

what in the world is HHKV


Also, This.


virgin here....sex seems meh and something that will happen when it happens
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Yes, you can be used as a sacrifice. Wouldn't want that.
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272014 wrote:
Yes, you can be used as a sacrifice. Wouldn't want that.
Dirty the diamond before anyone else does it? ..

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It's neither good nor bad.
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