Virginity

by mynation

what does it mean to lose your virginity?

In the strictest term; you are a virgin until you’ve had sexual intercourse with the member of the opposite sex. But this definition leaves a lot of people out of the loop. While the social policy makers look to redefine marriage to include same sex partnerships, maybe it is time we also revisited what it means to be a virgin.

When we think of virgins, we think of “white wedding innocents” who define sex as a synonym for gender. But the fact is, the standard definition of virginity lets you get away with having a lot of different kinds of sex was still being able to call yourself a virgin. In theory, under the traditional definition of virginity, someone who is homosexual can have sex every day and still be a virgin. Someone who has oral sex regularly is also still a virgin. Does that really make sense? Something is a miss!

The whole narrow definition of virginity is in desperate need of a rewrite. Who better to do it than the first generation of new millennium teens? What does “losing your virginity” mean to you? Is it a state of mind or a specific act? Is it something that can be taken from you, or does it only count if you willingly give it away? When does “fooling around” end and “having sex” begin?

When considering “the new definition”, think about these situations and ask yourself how they fit in to the meaning of virginity.

Is someone who is raped or molested no longer a virgin?
Is actual intercourse the only act that counts when determining ones virginity?
If you willingly engage in other intimate sexual acts but do not have intercourse, is it fair to still consider yourself a virgin?
How would you define losing your virginity if you were/are homosexual or bisexual?
Is being a virgin based on your feelings, what you do, or is it a combination of both?
Is there an emotional component to losing your virginity, meaning if you have sex but don’t feel anything is different about you, does it count?
Is the current definition of virginity, and all the social stigma attached to it, biased toward girls? Is this right?
Does the current definition of virginity exclude homosexuals? Is this right?
Is virginity subjective (based on how the individual views themselves and what they do) or objective (how the situation is viewed by others on the outside)?

Question

1).over the weekend I met my girl Friend and she wanted sex; to start i worked up from 1 finger, by the time i left she could take 2 fingers all the way and 3 fingers but more shallow. She’s never had sex, i was just wondering if she’s still likely to have her hymen intact ? Or she Virgin Still ?

ANS:If you have fingered her, then her hymen will no longer be intact, although it might not have been when you started, even though she might not have had any sexual experience before you. A good portion of girls unknowingly break their hymen through physical activities like bike-riding, and of course if she is using tampons.

But your girl Friend is STILL a virgin if you haven’t had sex [actual intercourse] however much fingering the pair of you have been up to, as the hymen doesn’t have anything to do with virginity. Bleeding usually doesn’t occur during fingering, but usually DOES during first time intercourse. And, fingering shouldn’t really be painful at all, even the first time, so long as you were gentle, and I wouldn’t be going in with three fingers to soon, because that can hurt.

2).How can a man lose virginity?
With Sexual Intercourse with women

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