Because I was date-raped ten years ago, when I was 17, and even now I feel I don’t want anyone to know.
I was desperate to have sex – really, really wanted to do it and couldn’t believe that, aged 17, I’d not done it.
Was maintaining your virginity a conscious choice or did it just happen that way?
Woman A: No, I'm definitely not waiting until marriage. Woman C: No, I actually hope to lose it before marriage because I don't want to marry someone who I've never had sex with.
He was Oxford-educated, in his mid-twenties, handsome in a lizardy kind of way and I wanted to impress him.
But isn’t your first time having sex supposed to be with your boyfriend?If you definitely feel like you’re ready to have sex, then I think you should definitely talk to your partner about it. I know you don’t want to seem inexperienced, but the fact is, he have more experience than you and that’s not going to change.You’re not going to look “stupid” for telling him you haven’t gone as far as he has yet. I think I’m ready to take our relationship to the next level and, you know, have sex. Let’s be honest: sex can seem a little scary sometimes, especially if you’ve never done it before. It’s also okay to let your partner know that you’re nervous.But here’s the thing: I’m a virgin and he’s not AND he’s older than me. Before I get into how you can handle this, I want to make sure that you definitely feel ready to lose your virginity. Have you made a decision to remain a virgin until marriage?