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Popular now. Uni home and forums. Student life. Subjects A-F. Subjects G-Z. Careers home and forums. Industry forums. More industry forums. Careers advice. Talk relationships. EU Students. Further information. News forums. Entertainment forums. Other interests. Home […] Forums Life and style Relationships. Go to first unread. Skip to :. Anonymous 1. Report Thread starter 6 years ago 1. I am an Asian and 19 to 22 year old virgins are quite common here. It is like a goal for them to lose it rather than to be in meaningful relationships.
I don't get it. Is it THAT shameful to be a virgin? Just to clear things up, I am not one of those who insist that ppl should save themselves for marriage as I am not on board with the idea too. I don't see the importance of becoming a non virgin as quick as possible, sometimes even doing it with people that you dont even like that much. My ideal first time partner would be a long term boyfriend more than 9 months. Not what you're looking for? Report 6 years ago 2. To some extent yeah being a virgin is seen as sad. I thought I was late losing mine but turns out I was the first in our friendship group.
Plantagenet Crown Badges: Report 6 years ago 3. People overreact, thinking that if they're still virgins at 22 they're going to be "forever alone". Although not everyone is desperate to lose their V by that age, it is very common and quite ridiculous in my opinion. Report 6 years ago 4. Yes definitely. I wasn't too fussed when I lost mine bit virginity is a big deal in mid teens to late teens.
Report 6 years ago 5. I'm in no rush to lose mine, I'd rather wait for the right person who I am completely comfortable and deeply in love with. I'd rather it be meaningful. I doubt it will happen for me any time soon anyway. I'll probably be in my twenties Mankytoes Badges: 8. Report 6 years ago 6. Original post by Anonymous I am an Asian and 19 to 22 year old virgins are quite common here. LadyMcCartney4 Badges: Report 6 years ago 7.
Report 6 years ago 8. There is a social pressure from the age of about 15 for you to get with someone and lose it. Spoiler: Show. Cornelius Badges: 4. Report 6 years ago 9. Why that is, I don't know. If you're unattractive, it won't be surprising that you're virgin so I am not sure why being a virgin would in itself be the problem rather than that you're unattractive. If you're not unattractive, I don't even know what the problem is. It's quite an irrational prejudice. Report 6 years ago It's undeniable that in the west there are a lot of morons who will mock people for being virgins after the age of maybe ?
But they are as stated I'm 19 and not ashamed to admit I'm a virgin. It doesn't bother me whatsoever, not for now at least. Although I'll admit between the ages of maybe and somewhat when I was 17 I wanted to loose it. But whatever, who cares? Anonymous 2. I'd say not as many people lose it in their teens as people think. It's just only the people who are having sex shout from the rooftops about it. If you haven't lost it, you just sort of keep quiet about it. I for one lost it at uni and know lots of people who did. I'd had a couple of boyfriends before then, just hadn't really got serious with any of them.
There are a lot of people who shame others for still being a virgin at a certain age so naturally everyone starts to think it's embarrassing and that they're somehow abnormal. Once I heard a girl at my school say "I couldn't deal with being a virgin at 16! That's the attitude that a lot of people seem to have, which is worrying. Quick Reply.Still virgin desperate
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If a guy is 22 and still a virgin, desperate to lose his virginity, should he go to a hooker or an escort?