How important is viginity to you?

@megumiart (3781)
United States
December 6, 2007 12:47am CST
For me, it is something i want to loose to the right person, someone I'm truly in love with. I'm not necessarily waiting for marriage, though. How important is this to you?
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• Pakistan
6 Dec 07
I think one should lose their virginity to the right person. But let me ask u a question megumiart how do u know if its a right person if theres no guarantee that he'll always be with u? after marriage chances are more that he'll still be with u
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@xinben (20)
• China
6 Dec 07
For me,I think it is important. Because I am virgin.
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@AmbiePam (48182)
• United States
6 Dec 07
You're not alone. : )
@rsa101 (13336)
• Philippines
6 Dec 07
For me it is not that important that much anymore. for as long as you love who she is and what she was then everything will be fine. Love that is unconditional is more important.
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@crom07 (233)
• Philippines
6 Dec 07
i agree with you as long as you love this person right?
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@crom07 (233)
• Philippines
6 Dec 07
virginity is like a candle when it starts to light it fades...yes many of us people believe that its a sacred thing,for me when my partner is not virgin anymore,all i think is that i have to accept her for that is one good reason that i love her so much.
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@tryxiness (4548)
• Philippines
6 Dec 07
Not really that important though, I mean, by the way, the question could be perhaps why do you think it’s important? I mean, like in previous threads about virginity, I would always say that virginity is but a taboo. There are abused girls who lost their virginity, so even if the guy loves the person would he turn his back on the girl just because she lost her virginity. By the way, can we also demand from the guys to remain virgin until wedding night? :) Just asking.
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• United States
6 Dec 07
It's not important, especially before marraige. Would you buy a car without driving it first? No. Would you purchase a new home without walking through it first? No. Then why would you want to marry someone without giving them a test drive in bed first?
@AmbiePam (48182)
• United States
6 Dec 07
I see your point, but then again, I'd rather have a new car than used car.
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• United States
7 Dec 07
I wouldn't. The depreciation value is too much. Once you drive it off the lot, it goes down in value over $3000 on average. Give me a used one any day.
• United States
7 Dec 07
And that goes for men too. I don't want a clumsy virgin in bed with me.
• United States
7 Dec 07
Since I lost mine over 30 years ago it is not to be but ya have the right ideal on waiting until ya are in love
@Sushicook (691)
• Sweden
7 Dec 07
Virginity has never been important to me, mostly because of something that swedish author and comedian Jonas Gardell wrote in one of his books. He lost his virginity as a victim of rape, and coped with it by thinking "What good is your virginity if you don't lose it? You can't do anything with it except losing it." I guess that way of thinking affected me from a young age, and my virginity was never something I really needed to treasure.
• United States
6 Dec 07
i felt the exact same way that you did. and i did exactly that. waited for the right person. and we're still together and getting married next month. :]
@AmbiePam (48182)
• United States
6 Dec 07
To be honest, and I have been made fun of before for this, I am waiting to get married before I 'sleep' with someone. I am not ashamed of this, it was what I was taught when I was a child, and when when I was old enough to explore my own mind, I still felt it was right. That's something I adhere to from the Bible. I realize my outlook on this is kind of in the minority, but the same as I respect other people's choices in this, I expect others to show me the same courtesy. Everyone is simply different. : )