Virginity has many social and cultural implications, but in the end, it means something different and personal to each person in a given situation. It’s a good idea to think about what “losing your virginity” means to you, and to try to understand what you want. If you are clear about this with yourself, it will be much easier to be clear with anyone else.

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  • Nicole

    this article is incredibly biased… if losing your virginity only constitutes “penis in vagina” intercourse, what about gays and lesbians?? are they virgins for life if they have never had heterosexual sex?

    • jane

      good point. this article only really works for people like me who want their first time to be “regular” sex, because it’s the only way your virginity is not debateable.