If you say you haven't, you're a prude. If you say you have, you're a slut. It's a trap. So spoke Ally Sheedy's character in "The Breakfast Club" on a topic that inspires continued fascination: virginity, the v-card every woman is supposed to hold onto at the time in her life when she is often obsessed with turning it in. Virginity is a tricky concept. As a culture we've explored it in our films , TV shows , books and classrooms , but we still don't have a clear-cut definition of what it entails or why it's important.
11 'How I Lost My Virginity' Stories That Are Awkward And Then Some
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On average, guys lose theirs at Alas, not everyone is ready to get in the sack as a teen. Having struggled with her body image, aged 33 and weighing in at lbs, Rebecca had gastric bypass surgery and at 34, a large amount of leftover skin removed. But is there ever?
Losing Virginity Stories: 11 Women Open Up About Their First Time Having Sex
W hen Kate Monro decided the moment had come to lose her virginity, everything seemed to fall into place perfectly. She was 15 and on holiday without her parents for the first time. Every night she and her friends would hit the dance floors of the Costa Brava. One night Monro got lucky.
Growing up, there is so much hype built up about how your first time should be. You're told to either wait until marriage or to wait until it's with someone you love. However, that's not always the case, and whether you like it or not, losing your virginity is a memory that will stay with you forever. For most people, this does not include rose petals, candles, or Marvin Gaye.