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What is it like for you, when u lost your virginity? How did you feel? Were you worried? Any advice?
For me it was terrible.... the guy i was dating turned out to be an insensitive prick... just after we were done he looks at me and says why didnt u tell me u really were a virgin... gob smacked i look at him and said but i did... then he came out with all girls say that when you first ask them i thought you were lying... No great shock the relationship ended a little while after... leaving me jaded and forever scared...Just make sure his worth it... needless to say i wish i had waited ..... don't do it cause you feel its expected of you... do it cause you know that you know that you know that its what you want....Or you could just wait for your wedding day... No pressure...
You probably noticed, but all of the people who responded to your post so far said they were unhappy, unsatisfied, and unimpressed when they lost their virgintiy. And all of them who said that, also said they had sex for the first time with a boyfriend who broke up with them shortly afterwords. With this in mind, my advice would be to wait on sex till you're married, or at least engaged (and actually planning to marry this guy cause you love him and want to spend the rest of your life with him, not cause you like the ring he offered you or you didn't want to say no and hurt or embarrass him). It will make your experience waaaayyyy better, and he's not going to go and break up with you the next day. If you wait till marriage for sex, it will feel like you gained something amazing, not like you lost your virginty, which is exactly how it should be.
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