When did you lose your virginity?

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  1. 204467
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    I'm not trying to make anyone feel bad if they haven't lost it yet, I'm simply curious. Please also say whether you're male or female; I want to know if there's a significant difference between the two demographics. And please, keep responses civil and clean, I don't want any smut in this thread.

    I'm 16, but I lost it at 15. I'm a male.
     
  2. tecknical
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    kinda awkward question...i'm male and it happened a little after my 17th birthday
     
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    I don't think that this is an appropriate topic here.
     
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    why does it matter?

    who would benefit from knowing?

    why ask really personal questions?
     
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    :rolleyes:agreed... this is not the place to discuss these issues. It cool that this site has a wide age range but some topics deserve a private chat room... so I reported the thread sorry. besides, when you grow up you'll realize it isn't as big a deal as when you found out santa clause doesn't exist
     
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    I've seen strange topics on this forum before, like the shaving thread and to what music did you lose your virginity. I didn't really see a difference. And for those interested, I just thought it was an interesting topic, that would probably be answered truthfully, due to the anonymity of the internet.
     
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    No, quite right – no one's forced to answer and it's hardly the most racy of subjects. I don't see the outrage by the above posters myself...
     
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    Sex and the mindset of sex interests me; that's why I was so pissed when I kept missing the VH1 sex mini-series. However, I have to ask; if you don't know who cares, then why did you respond? :rolleyes:
     
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    Hey, thanks for the support. I though I had crossed a major line there; maybe the first posters were just a little more conservative than I.

    However, I can't help but notice that you didn't answer the question...;)
     
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    I don't see anything wrong with this thread given we've had a thread on a MacBook Pro damaged by female juices recently. :D

    I lost mine in 8th grade. I guess I was 15.
     
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    I was born in a small town, and I grew up in an only slightly larger town, so there was certainly a bit of a conservative trend, and the first couple of girls I dated were very much catholic. I lost my virginity literally the first time I got out of that bubble on my own. I think I was eighteen.
     
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    NY school system confuses me sometimes, coming from Philly. I didn't turn 15 until 9th grade, I don't understand how you were 15 in 8th (unless you got held back?). Then again, if it's something personal, you don't have to tell me.

    BTW: MBP damaged by female juices? Do you have a link to that thread? That is far too intriguing of a topic not to get further information.
     
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    A closed poll might be more acceptable to the more "sensitive" members present??
     
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    You should also be asking how large the community was in which the person grew up...single biggest factor in my opinion. The bigger the city the longer they wait.

    My town only had 3000 people and I was one of the ugly ones...so I had to wait till I was 14 to get busy.

    :)
     
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    If you really want answers, I would suggest a poll, then the conservative members would more likely respond
     
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    So you're saying the good looking of those 3000 people were getting down at age 11? 12? It's not unheard of, but if you're one of the ugliest (and by your conjecture, one of the latest to lose their virginity), then that's one peculiar town, to say the least.
     
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    First of all, it's nobody's business whether I am or not.

    secondly, if you are, be proud of the fact you've hung onto it and will make the first time with the right woman (eg: your wife and best friend.. and by saying that I'm not pre-judging those that have given theirs up) special. Virginity isn't something to be ashamed of.

    I resent the phrasing of that remark.
     
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    There is a flourishing business, plastic surgeons "repairing" the hymen.

    So much for honesty in a relationship.
     
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    It was over at 6:31 on said Wednesday. :D
     
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    If only you'd managed to last a little longer, I might have been somewhat satisfied.

    :p
     
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    No inside info allowed.:eek: Someone slap me, I'm getting out of line again.:eek:

    Dang, bigandy beat me to it.
     
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    the op probably thinks hes "cool" since he lost it at 15 when he was a child and wants to tell everyone how much of a "man" he is lol

    personally, i believe if you dont have the means to support any consequences of your decisions, you shouldnt be engaging in the practice
     
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