experiences that virgins go through

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  1. No one will believe you if you tell
    them that it isn’t for religious reasons.
    (Even though it’s fine if it is for religious
    reasons.) This generation is not capable
    of understanding, despite what they say,
    that “just not wanting to have sex until
    marriage” is an option for otherwise not-
    particularly-religious people.
  2. Often, it’s the people who talk the
    most about how they are “sex positive”
    who will give you the most crap for
    choosing to be a virgin, because they
    think it means there’s something wrong
    and non-modern about you. They think
    that you should be “liberated,” even if
    you already are.
  3. Dating is not as hard as you would
    expect, but you have to be up-front
    about it from the beginning. Sometimes
    you meet someone you really like, and
    you’re so worried about scaring them off
    that you try to put off saying something,
    but you have to just get it out of the
    way. The sooner you find out if they’re
    compatible, the better.
  4. Yes, everyone will try to “convert” you.
  5. A lot of people have a hard time
    understanding that you don’t necessarily
    need someone who is also a virgin, as
    long as they’ve been tested. People like
    to assume that personal journeys need
    to involve someone else.
  6. People will ask you if you’re asexual,
    or if you don’t like being physical with
    someone else, because they think that a
    woman who isn’t religious must be
    repulsed by sex to not want it before
    marriage.
  7. No one believes that you watch porn.
  8. Everyone will ask you really invasive
    questions about the other things you do
    that basically sound like you’re trying to
    trick God that you didn’t have “real” sex
    when you actually did.
  9. A lot of guys will ask you if the butt
    counts.
  10. (Yes, the butt counts.)
  11. When you talk to people about the
    reasons you’re actually doing it — for
    your health and protection, because you
    want to connect to your partner in other
    ways, because you want to save it for
    one person, because you think the world
    is sex-obsessed enough as it is — none
    of your answers will be sufficient.
  12. A lot of people you date won’t
    consider it a “real” relationship until you
    have sex, and even if they pretend to be
    okay with at first, they’ll eventually start
    pressuring you into “going all the way”
    because they don’t know how to accept
    a relationship that doesn’t have it.
  13. Even if you are 100 percent cool
    about other people having sex, they will
    always think that you’re judging them.
  14. A lot of self-defined feminists will get
    really in your face about this decision,
    because on some level they feel like
    you’re setting women back, or not using
    the gifts that the women’s movement
    won for us to have sex when and where
    we feel like it. They feel like you’re
    choosing to bow to the patriarchy
    because you don’t want to do one
    specific thing with your body.
  15. They don’t see this as ironic or
    backwards.
  16. Sometimes, in this world where
    everything is turned into something
    sexual and casual hookups have
    replaced a lot of real relationships, the
    most shocking thing you can do is not
    have sex. People are desensitized by
    Unclothedness, and sex, and violence,
    and any combination of the three, but
    abstinence is something we don’t know
    how to deal with anymore.
    http://thoughtcatalog.com/
    anonymous/2014/02/16-things-i-learned-
    from-choosing-to-stay-a-virgin/
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