It is NEVER no strings to take a girl's virginity. No matter what the girl says
I thought it wouldn't matter too, actually. But after losing it to a random guy, I couldn't help getting super attached. I tried to act like it was nothing, but it was just a bad situation. It sucked for both of us, because he couldn't help that he had no feelings for me, and I pretty much went crazy because I couldn't get over him.
So... yeah that's my really awkward and sad story.
Haha, I'm sure some girls can and have pulled it off, but I definitely regret it and I know he does too. So hopefully that answered some of your questions, at least!
Also, I don't understand why a guy would WANT to. As a girl, I couldn't help but feel really awkward for the guy because I had no idea what i was doing and it hurt terribly. Not to mention whole bleeding aspect..
I know. That was just from personal experience..
I've never cared about virginity. When I lost mine, it wasn't like a life-changing thing for me.
Why is taking someone's virginity so much different than other sex?
It's supposedly tighter.
i meant for guys. why is it so much better for them
I have a Jewish girlfriend whom I really care for but I do not see us getting married. I sense that in the near future she will want to have sex with me but I don't know if I should take that choice away from her because I wouldn't be with her for many years or so.
In effect, I'm worried about the attachment that will arise but I don't know if it's my place to take her choice away from her because I think it may hurt her in the end.
Perhaps if I tell her what I feel, she'll have some input regarding this.
Also, regarding the post, I'd be concerned when doing that.
Honestly virginity is meaningless to me. Though perhaps I'll feel different once I actually lose mine.
There actually are girls who think "YOU WERE MY FIRST AND THEN YOU LEAVE ME WTF (cry2) "? They're not insane, losing their virginity just means a lot to them.
It's truly a manmade concept on morals. But basically, a woman's virginity should be considered a "gift" and given solely to her future husband. So if lost before marriage, the person is expected to be special to the girl. She freaks out and over thinks on whether she will regret doing it with so and so and then she will think about how she should have waited, all because of society's view on the popping of a cherry.
I truly don't understand why virginity is such a big deal... and I'm a girl. Someone want to explain this to me?
Pfft. I "popped my cherry" biking. Fuck dat.
You're kidding right? It's breaking the hymen... ring a bell?
polarlarlarlar_bare is correct in saying the hymen doesn't pop or break. Search for Laci Green's channel on youtube for more information.