Sunlit Water

June 10, 2007

A Question I Wish I Didn’t Need To Ask

Filed under: Dating,Personal — by teofilo @ 10:18 pm

So just how big a problem is virginity on the post-college dating scene?

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3 Comments »

  1. The guy I dated right after I graduated college was a virgin. My best friend had a two-year relationship in grad school with a guy who was a virgin. (He kept his status, out of anxiety, for the full two years, which is a different story. But it didn’t affect her interest in getting together with him.) I’ve had other relationships with guys who hadn’t been with anyone in years. Not that big a liability.

    Comment by heebie-geebie — June 11, 2007 @ 6:12 am |Reply

  2. I agree, not a big deal. I mean, I’m sure there are people who would be freaked out by it–there are few things on earth that don’t freak someone out–but I know plenty of fellows who left college as virgins and had a perfectly fine time of it afterwards. Plus, “I’ve, um, never actually done this before” uttered with a smile, when things are moving along nicely, seems to me to be extremely charming.

    Comment by redfoxtailshrub — June 11, 2007 @ 9:13 am |Reply

  3. I didn’t become a non-virgin until a few weeks after college graduation. Once it occurred, the loss of virginity proceded as well as could be expected and wasn’t really an issue in the relationship. I knew one guy in grad school who finally got laid in his third year. Again, my impression was that virginity itself was not the problem in his relationships.

    Comment by DaveB — June 11, 2007 @ 7:23 pm |Reply


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