Losing Your Virginity and Your First Time | Lady Confessions | HelloGiggles

Losing Your Virginity and Your First Time | Lady Confessions | HelloGiggles


I feel like people put
virginity on this like pedestal and it’s like you have to
wait for this special time or this right person, and I mean sure, like if you want to, go for it. What I think is funny about my first time, I think of “Mean Girls”, when
Regina George is counting how many people she’s slept
with and she says half. I very much have learned to
empathize with that half. It was more of like a first couple times, because the first time
it doesn’t really fit, so you kinda gotta warm up to it. He put it in, took it
out, and that was it, does that count? My whole concept on virginity was a lot. My parents were pastors. I was kind of afraid of the whole concept. Like I was really in love with the person that I had sex with for the first time. It was really sweet. He was really, really amazing. But it hurt like a b—-, so. My first time wasn’t that long ago. It was like last month. Virginity lasted way too long. I didn’t know anything that was going on and I was laughing the entire time. They were doing stuff that
was like totally normal and I would like pull away and be like, “What are you doing?” And was like laughing and they’d get like really upset about it. It was with this dude that I got really drunk with during graduation. So then I mean it was sloppy and messy and very unfulfilling. And in the butt, so it was dirty. My whole life, like leading up to it, I thought virginity was
this big thing to like lose, but after I didn’t feel
like I lost anything. I feel like people put
virginity on this like pedestal and it’s like you have to
wait for this special time or this right person, and I mean sure, like if you want to, go for it. There’s like this high
obsession about virgins, and I think it sucks
because by categorizing virginity with pure and clean, anything outside of that
is impure and dirty. But that’s so degrading as a woman because I feel like it’s
less attached to men. But then the moment I did
it my whole mind was blown and I was like forever sexual freedom! It just used to be this thing that men would hold over women
to disenfranchise them. I used to have a lot of
shame about virginity, and after I had sex, like
I was no longer a virgin and how that would affect
if my family ever found out that I had sex before I was married. And maybe they know and maybe they don’t. I don’t know. They might know if they watch this. I think virginity shouldn’t be thought of as something you’re losing
but something you’re gaining. Like you’re gaining a new experience. When I was growing up, it
was a really difficult battle because it’s like oh man,
I had sex before marriage, I’m not a virgin. Does that mean I’m a sinner? Does that mean I’m going to hell? Will my parents still love me? Does God still love me? I just feel like virginity’s overrated. I don’t understand why people are not just having sex whenever they can. Granted, after the age of consent. I feel like as long as you are being safe and responsible and be good to your body, then virginity doesn’t matter.

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