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Whether it be for religious reasons, nerves, or just straight-up timing, some people choose to wait until marriage to have sex for the first time. And whether it's as magical as a double rainbow or awkward as an ob-gyn visit, one thing's for sure: Sex on your wedding night is anything but predictable. We waited until the night after the wedding, which was the first night of our honeymoon. We married young, so we rented a cottage about one hour north of home and stayed for four days. I had so many expectations and fears going into it. What if I did it wrong? What if it hurts? What if I hate it and he loves it? We both waited until marriage, but had done second and third base before. That made it a little less scary.


I socialize, and date a lot. In school, I was the class freak. I switched schools at 16, and all of a sudden, there was a shift.

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Common sense would suggest the spread of technologies designed to pinpoint potential sex partners would make getting laid a whole lot easier. According to some estimates , the location-based dating app Tinder has around 50 million users, worldwide. A report conducted by the Pew Research Center finds that the online dating apps have nearly tripled in popularity among young people, specifically, in the past few years. According to the same report, one-third of online daters have never made it out onto an actual date. Virginity in America is on the rise. The numbers are even more drastic for guys. In the past 25 years, virginity among male teens has jumped up by 22 percent. And if you think things get easier as you get older, think again. A separate study uncovered even more related news. Out of the 33, people surveyed for the study, millennials reported an average of eight sex partners.

Female virginity is often regarded so highly in our culture, but only up to a certain age that some people deem acceptable. In this week's Sex Talk Realness , Cosmopolitan. What is your current relationship status? Have you made a decision to remain a virgin 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. Woman A: In high school it was a somewhat conscious choice, but not in a "I'm not having sex before marriage" kind of way.

The first few people I had dated were my high school boyfriend who I wasn't attracted to sexually and didn't realize that was the problem until after we ended things, and then my prom date who was more sexually aggressive than I was, which made me uncomfortable obviously.

In both situations I was criticized for how I was performing different sex acts and asked things like, "Do you even know what you're doing? In college, my main relationship was with my first love, and I thought I would lose my virginity with him, partly because he was a virgin as well. Our relationship was very tumultuous though and there never seemed to be a time where we wanted to take that next step because I think we were both scared it would physically hurt ourselves or the other person somehow.

Woman B: It was never a conscious choice. I'm an introvert and have struggled with anxiety issues in the past, so dating hasn't always been easy. I also went to a women's college, which was a fantastic experience, but didn't leave me a lot of opportunities to meet guys.

I've honestly just never met a guy who seemed worth it. The few guys I have considered sleeping with were situations that didn't work out. Either we met briefly while I was visiting a friend in a different city, or we went on a couple dates and then things faded out. I don't feel comfortable just casually hitting up someone to take my virginity at this point. I watch porn pretty frequently and lately I watch it almost every time I masturbate. If I was in a relationship, I probably wouldn't use it as much because I'd be thinking about specific situations or partners.

However, I don't watch porn in which straight people are having intercourse. I guess because I don't want the experience to be "ruined" for me by spoiling it with watching the act, so I mostly just watch scenes with a lot of foreplay or masturbation stuff. Gay and lesbian porn is fair game too.

Woman A: I have. I had a fairly serious high school relationship that lasted nine months. He came out as bisexual halfway through the relationship, but I kind of suspected that he was gay, which he later told me he was. Then I was kind of seeing my prom date for a while and that was the first time I'd known how it felt to be really, actually attracted to someone.

The only relationship I had so far that felt was real started in college. We were super compatible and very attracted to one another, but he was a man-child and we broke up after almost a year. However, we kept hooking up on and off for almost three years, with several heartbreaking, painful mini breakups in between. Eventually, as we got more experienced with oral sex and fingering and I was feeling more and more in love with him, I wanted to lose my virginity to him.

The only thing that stopped me was I had always felt that since our relationship was so turbulent, sex with him seemed like it would've just ended up hurting me in the end. Overall, the fact that I hadn't had sex yet and wanted to and that push and pull in my mind felt like a constant pressure. Now I regret not doing losing my virginity to him.

Woman B: I've never really had a relationship. In high school I had an intense relationship with a girl I met at a summer program. In hindsight, I was really depressed and so was she, and I felt like she was the only person in the world who understood me.

She was attracted to me and I liked that, so I convinced myself I must be into her physically too. We started fooling around, but it only lasted five minutes and I cried afterwards. I told her I was crying because we didn't live near each other and couldn't be together, but really I didn't want to have sex and felt ashamed that I'd used her emotionally and told her I wanted to have sex when I didn't.

Years later I wrote her a letter apologizing for leading her on, but I never heard back. I felt guilty about that for a long time, but I've forgiven myself now.

I was 16, and really deeply unhappy, and the boys I liked weren't into me, and I just took whatever affection I could get. After that I never had any real romantic experiences until college. I made out with a few guys at parties and once with a close male friend. Over the years I've met a couple guys I've liked enough to make out with but it's never been a situation that could turn into dating. I've gone on dates with guys, mostly via Tinder and Hinge, but it never leads anywhere. I enjoy my own company and cherish my own space and I find dating really exhausting.

Most of my friends are in relationships or are gay women, so I tend not to meet people other than via online dating, and it's so easy to write people off on dating apps. Like, why should I invest two weeks of my life texting this stranger and then meeting up when I probably won't like him anyway? Woman C: I have never had a serious, committed boyfriend. Most guys where I live and in my age range aren't looking for a serious relationship, which is what I want, as opposed to the rampant hookup culture that's surrounding my generation. In high school I talked to this one guy for about a year.

We were on-and-off "hooking up," and by hooking up I mean just making out because we never got past second base. I think focusing primarily on those acts is great because they allow you to actually get good at foreplay and you're really concentrating on getting each other off.

Doing things outside of penetrative sex feels like it's enough experience to get me up to par with other girls my age so I can participate in conversations related to the topic. I am very aware though that I am missing out on the experience of intercourse and the cultural significance that comes with it.

I feel left out of my generation. In terms of compromising my virginity, I do feel like fingering and oral sex are foreplay and are different than sex, but I will say that I wouldn't participate in anal sex because logistically it's a similar penetrative experience that I would want to have vaginally first and it seems pretty painful so I wouldn't want that to be my first penetrative sexual experience with a partner.

I'm attracted to guys, so for me penetrative sex with guys is what counts. I probably would still consider myself a virgin if I had just given a guy a blow job or whatever though. I guess it all goes to show how socially constructed it all is. I feel like in an ideal relationship, you get through all those other sexual things before actually having penetrative sex.

The penetrative sex is the big one, the highlight, and you wait for that. Do your friends know that you're a virgin? How did they react when you told them?

Woman A: My close friends know. Everyone is pretty accepting because I'm blessed with intelligent, fabulously feminist women that know my worth does not rely on my virginity. I'm sure I also have some street cred because I've dated people and done a lot of other sexual stuff. There are a few friends that are more sexually active than I am and try to pitch me the "it doesn't matter" or "it's not that big a deal" after-school-special kind of nonsense about virginity.

The worst thing they've said is "you're not missing much. Woman B: All my friends know. They mostly say that it's not a big deal, that virginity is a social construct anyway, and that I'll eventually find someone I like. Sometimes they add the fact that Tina Fey was a virgin until she was Woman C: My closest friends know but most of the people I hang out with don't.

When I do reveal that I'm a virgin most people tend to be sort of shocked because they "didn't think I was. Woman A: Yes, a few actually. One is my best friend and roommate.

She's super hot, social, and smart and she's also remained a virgin for pretty much the same reasons I have. It makes me feel better to know that someone amazing is in a similar situation. She reminds me that it's about waiting for a situation that feels right.

Overall, I try not to mention my virginity to new friends if I can avoid it, especially with girls who are more sexually experienced than I am because I feel like I'd get a more judgmental response from them. I haven't even told my therapist I'm a virgin. Woman C: Yes, but it's not something that we really bond over.

Do you tell people you date that you're a virgin? How do they react? Woman A: With the exception of my prom date, everyone I've dated has been a virgin as well. I don't know how that's happened, but it has, so it has never really been an issue. That situation is good and bad though because on one hand, I've never felt pressured to have sex and it allowed me to feel comfortable with the people I've been with. On the other hand, no one I've dated has ever openly asked me to have sex with them and I think it's made me believe people don't want to have sex with me.

Woman B: I've never gotten comfortable enough with a date to tell them. I usually don't go on more than two dates anyway. Woman C: I don't tell guys I date that I'm a virgin right away. Plus, my dates don't usually last long enough to get to the point where I feel comfortable revealing something like that to someone. Have you ever had someone react particularly negatively towards it? Woman A: They've maybe sounded surprised, but not so much disapproving. I think most of the negativity, if any, is just my perception and not the reality.

I put a lot of pressure on myself so if someone acts surprised by it, it automatically feels like a slight against me even if it's not. Having parents or authority figures say things about how they think losing your virginity at 22 is losing it "late" makes me feel even worse about it. It's also a bummer when people ask me if I'm "still" a virgin.



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