Is it still possible in this day and age to be a virgin on your wedding night?

@samrat16 (2442)
India
April 3, 2007 9:49am CST
im 29 years old. not confused at all. I think its possible and Ive heard of some guys/girls like that. I was a virgin until I was married. maybe I would not have hold it anymore and I would have done it earlier, but it never happened. When I was completely financially independent and I was able to deal with possible problems, I got married. Very few guys feel that way I guess, that makes people like me even more precious I guess...haha...sounds cheesy, but true.
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18 responses
@yanjiaren (9050)
3 Apr 07
Nothing is impossible..I had an Egyptian friend who I loved like a brother but he proposed to me one day..years ago and he was a very good man 33 years old and a virgin..He was deeplyu religious as a Muslim but in a gentle way..I only looked at him as abrother so I declined..but I know he would have made a fantastic husband..should have taken up the offer i quess lol!!
@crackhead (1826)
• India
3 Apr 07
Hmm what am i supposed to comment on this. :P Virginity most of the guys/girls whould prefer to save till their marriage. I'm precious cause i am virgin still.
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3 Apr 07
I believe that yongsters should only have intimate relations when they are ready. For some this will be before marraige, for others after! There is no right or wrong to it! We live in an age of "freedom of choice". If a person wants to save themselves then they will! And good luck to them.
• Canada
3 Apr 07
I think it is possible. I have a Christian friend getting married next month. She and her partner are both still virgins and intend to remain that way till their wedding night. Whilst it's not something I ever considered, I'm proud of them both for saying they'd do it, and they've held onto that. On their wedding night, they have something so precious to share with each other. I find it's rare to find virgins these days which is kind of sad, it's a sign that society is moving away from taking things like that for granted.
• United States
4 Apr 07
I hope they've at least read about it, because if not, they're going to be laying in the dark all disappointed going "I thought it was supposed to feel good". There's nothing precious about that.
@deepti15 (1190)
• India
8 Apr 07
Yes, indeed, it is very much possible. I dont know what makes it tough. A person like me, who is pricipled and believe is in the snactity of ones self, firmly sticks to virginity till marriage. For me it is important to whom I am loosing my virginity and when. Infact it is important to me more than my life or anything else in this world. If I cannot do this much , i dont think I am fit for any other responsibility of life.
@stella1989 (2277)
• India
4 Apr 07
Well I guess nobody can reach the wedding day virgin now days.Its kind of fashion loosing your virginity. And people follow the fashion blindly. Im 18 (virgin) and looking forward to be a virgin till my wedding. hope to reach there lol!! And hey!! congrats you made it out whole virgin!! have a nice day.
@mobyfriend (1019)
• Netherlands
4 Apr 07
Speaking out of experience yes it is still possible in this day and age. Congratulations on your maturity and marriage.
@Marie2473 (8523)
• Sweden
4 Apr 07
I do belive that it is possible but the world is changing and it is no longer standard, However many girls/women still takes the decision to wait until they are married. I am 26, not married and not a virgin adn I have taken the decision that felt best for me and I have no regrets at all!
• India
4 Apr 07
I think that it absloutely is possible to not experience until your marriage. After all it alldepends on you and on your intellect not on anyones else's. If you can hold on to yourself and wait for the right person to come into your life then i don think that there is anyone in this world who can possibly force you into anything. Even if someone can you are always smart enough to overcome such kind of people.
• India
4 Apr 07
in other foreign countries it is the situation..but in our india,it is not the case here..our country is so rich in tradition and culture..so there only an only 1% percent chance to happen such things in india..
@superchook (1786)
• Australia
4 Apr 07
I think it is still possible, but it would be hard to find that person.
• Philippines
4 Apr 07
Maybe for you...but some girls it is not possible like me..i was no more a virgin when i got married but it doesnt matter to my husband..he matter the love i have for him.
@easy888 (10405)
• Australia
4 Apr 07
It is possible and I do not feel problem about it ..It is just a personal choice to decide who you are going to give your first time experience to. But I do not agree that first time is precious and people should consider before they are having intimacy. The later you loss your virginity just mean you are conservative in this matter,and nothing else.
• India
4 Apr 07
in my country , it's so possible , but recently it's quite harder than the past
• China
4 Apr 07
i am 26,and still virgin boy,i think this is very unsure thing that i ever meet. but i hope my future wife can be virgin.then i will be feel nice .
@kathy77 (7488)
• Australia
3 Apr 07
Oh yes there would be woman that are still virgin on their wedding night, I was a virgin when I got married the first time but unfortunately my marriage never worked out so really I think that it is best that I would not have held on to my virginity as he never respected me for doing that.
• Gabon
3 Apr 07
I agree with you. People (man & women) should keep their virginity only for the wive or husband. It is important even though not everything. Some guys/girls still can accept if their partners to be are not virgin anymore. It's true that for asian people, virginity (for both) is still considered sacred and need to be protected until they're married, eventhough it is little by little changed nowadays.
• United States
3 Apr 07
You're right-you are precious! LOL It is possible to be a virgin in this day and age. Congrats to you for waiting; you should be proud of yourself.