Remember the days when a chaste woman wore a white wedding gown and saved herself for the honeymoon? Me neither. Times are changing, and so are society's views on sex. Just look at prime-time television.
Tim Tebow is famous for two things. Being an amazing football player and being a virgin. I don't watch football, nor do I watch Virgin Diaries and even I know that. So after hearing his name nonstop this week I decided it was time to take action and take his virginity.
Hi Dude, I'm finishing up my sophomore year in college and I'm STILL a virgin. I'm not the prettiest pumpkin in the patch, but I'm not unattractive either. I'm confident and kind, and I'm not at all clingy. To be honest, I haven't had very many (zero) serious relationships. But also, I don't want my first time to be a fairytale... A wham-bam-thankya-ma'am would be fine. Just, ANYTHING.
I was with my boyfriend for three months the first time sex (and, simultaneously, something else, if you know what I'm sayin'....) presented itself. It was his birthday, we were in his bed, neither of us were wearing clothes, and after an hour of a whole lot of other stuff, I was ready for it. And it was my first time.
Dear Dude, I’m still a virgin. I’ve had my fair share of “almosts” and do enjoy the occasional heavy petting but I have yet to go "all the way." I’m not waiting for marriage but I am waiting for a serious relationship with someone I can trust. I used to be confident in my decision and felt no pressure to lose my virginity...
I met Josh* one night in October and thought he was cute. He was tall, had dark hair and eyes, a nice body and dressed REALLY well. We met when I was pre-gaming in the dorm, so it wasn't like I ever knew him when I wasn't under the influence, and this tends to lead to bad decisions on my part. Very bad decisions.
I don’t know if any of you have noticed, but there seems to be a nearly tangible divide between certain groups of college students. There’s the involved and the uninvolved, the passionate and the ones who are just trying to appease their parents, the drinkers and the non-drinkers, and the sexually active and those who are waiting until marriage.
Dear Tuffy Luv, Here's my problem: when I first started college back in summer of 2007, I met this awesome guy at a party, though we were both drunk (and at the time I was a virgin). After making out we decided to stay friends. That arrangement has worked out great for both of us in the past (we both dated other people, we both broke up with said people, but we always had each other to "vent" to....and occasionally play kissy-face with).
College is our time to explore anything that interests us to find out what we really like and what type of people we want to become. We explore different majors, career paths, friendships, relationships, and sexualities. College is the first time in our lives most of us can really embrace our sexuality, explore it, and figure out how to truly enjoy it.
I had the perfect relationship. We met in my junior year of high school, and continued to date for the next year. While I had already lost my virginity prior to meeting my high school sweetheart, he had not (as far as I knew). During the first couple weeks of our relationship, I avoided the topic of virginity like the plague, as I didn't want to rehash my embarrassing and somewhat regretted first time.
Feminist blogger (Feministing) and author of Full Frontal Feminism and He’s A Stud, She’s A Slut and 49 Other Double Standards Every Women Needs To Know, Jessica Valenti’s latest book The Purity Myth tackles the issue of “how America’s obsession with virginity is hurting young women.”
I’m not going to debate the morality of casual sex. Everybody has different reasons for “hooking up” and everyone experiences different consequences. There are some reasons for having casual sex, however, that really are just bad news. I know this because I’ve tried most of them…
Breaking news! Brooke Shields didn’t lose her virginity until she was 22! Big deal, right? Well, clearly with the absurd amount of publicity surrounding her most recent interview with Health magazine, where this alleged shocking secret was revealed, it is obvious that to many, this is a big deal. But why?