virginity

India
February 28, 2007 4:03am CST
does it matters to u or u are ready to except if ur husband or wife declare u after marige tht he /she isnt virgin
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@littlemoo (317)
• Australia
28 Feb 07
I had better know before we tie the knot!!! I don't think it would be fair to not disclose until after the wedding. But regardless of what the answer may be, I don't think it matters. It certainly wouldn't matter to me. The thought of not being able to discuss past relationships comfortably with each other until after the wedding, however, is something that would indicate a lack of communication, which, to me, is not a very good start to wedded life. So to me, the answer, in itself, is not important. The important thing to me is the ability to communicate without feeling the need to witholding anything. Now, that is I would see as a strong basis for a marriage.
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• India
28 Feb 07
definetly i agree to u and i really appreciate ur approch towards issue. i hope more n more people start thinking the way u think
• Philippines
28 Feb 07
It's not exactly a requirement (and I'm not married yet)but it's always good to be married with an "un-touched". But if you really like her, I don't think virginity would be much of an issue.
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• India
28 Feb 07
i agree to ur later part but do hav sum reservations abt ur thots of un touched
@cherriemae (3374)
• Philippines
2 Mar 07
I think virginity in this generation is not important. I mean, it doesn't matter anymore, what really matter is the love that binds between you and your partner..I'm not virgin anymore, and i still love with my boyfriend. I am a mother of one child and i guess, being honest to my hubby makes his love become strong and were still loving and respecting each other.