At what age is it socially unacceptable to be a virgin?

What age do you think it becomes weird and socially unacceptable to still be a virgin?

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  • Just don't listen to those that say it is. Virginity simply says you are waiting for the right one and you are a bit more particular about who you lay down with.

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    • And remember (nothing against dogs, I'm a dog lover) but you lay down with dogs your gonna get fleas. (Or STDs,or pregnant)

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      • CDMale.
        only if youre a dumbass.
        Use protection, duh.
        you sound like those pro life.
        wait till your married crowd.
        Like you can never have sex without making a baby.
        Then I see them get married and go years without kids.
        ,,, yea. Like theyre not having sex.
        Get real.

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    • I agree. Not having sex does not automatically make it mean there's something wrong. Sex isn't even as big of a deal to me as it was when I was younger. My sex drive actually went downhill alot, it was almost gone for a while, but now it's come back a little because I've been eating better and exercising. But it still ain't what it once was, and it's not the biggest deal to me. And, I don't judge anybody badly for wanting to remain a virgin.

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  • virginity should be the least of your worries at 20

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  • Are the people who said, "Under 18" trolling or something?

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  • There's nothing wrong, or socially unacceptable about being a virgin at any age. Anyone who would another person's virginity at any age as socially unacceptable is just a pure asshole, and not worthy of concern, or friendship.

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    • I have wondered this about you, seriously. Do you wish you were a virgin now? Your past would be much less cluttered with pain and drama all the boys have caused for you. In a sense, this sounds like a silly question, but I think that some women would honestly say yes. What do you think?

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      • I think lots of people would gladly relive certain parts of their lives so they could avoid their previous mistakes. I also think this is the sort of thing that makes the concept of reincarnation very attractive. I don't have any active belief in reincarnation, but I can certainly understand the appeal.

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        • Rose, you're Christian, aren't you? I thought I remember you mentioning that before. But Christians don't believe in reincarnation, that's the Hindus, isn't it?

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          • No, I don't believe in reincarnation, but I can certainly understand the appeal. I'm more interested in Buddhism than Hinduism as far as the Eastern religion thing goes.

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        • *smh*. My parents had my life mapped out on an 8½ X 14 legal pad the day before I was born. Yuck. With the exception of maybe five years, I would never want to live my over again. There is very little I could do with a chance at a second time around.

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          • Well, not everyone has had the same life experiences. I think I would gladly time travel a bit to erase certain life experiences, and people from my life.

            You parents must have been rich, and really domineering, or something?

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            • Very domineering. I could hardly catch my breath, and dreaded coming home from school as a kid. I tried to isolate myself; cold defense mechanisms were the key to my survival. It's a relief that they are finally dead.

              They were not 1%ers, but were good investors and slightly better off at my age than I am.

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  • Virginity is a social construct and a stupid one at that. Go at your own pace OP.

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  • Beibg a virgin is normal, just go with it, we all loose it eventually unless your one of those derpkids or something crazy like that

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  • If you're still a virgin at 10, you failed at life

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  • Being a virgin is not a physical thing but a mental one. You will know when the time is right and the partner is right to have sex for the right time.

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  • It honestly dose not matter when it happens it happens why worry about it.

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  • I was 28

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  • I think if a 50 year old told me they were still a virgin it would raise my eyebrows but it’s not so much socially unacceptable, id just feel sad for them

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  • I meant to check "never" up top. I checked "20-21" because I thought that they were asking how we thought the majority of people see it.

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  • When you judge others, you do not define them, you define yourself.

    The question has no answer.

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  • 60+

    Because you're too old to reproduce (if a woman), and or raise children, and your body might be too fragile to fully enjoy the experience unless you're fit for your age.

    As for society, no one really cares. It depends on the people you associate yourself with, and your personal beliefs.

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  • I am 24 and never lip kissed any girl, ( I fucking wants to lol) will socity accept me? 😭😭

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  • 8.

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  • Man if being a virgin was the thing I was worried about most with ageing, I think I'd be living a pretty sweet life

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  • Your answer: 30+

    My question: Why the fuck should anyone care?

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  • You left out "whenever you feel comfortable" from your poll. That's what I would've picked.

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  • It really doesn't matter. Yet after 17 it becomes a bit strange for Western women. After 18 it becomes strange for Western men.

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  • Really depends. It truly depends if they choose to be a virgin due to wanting to be married, major respect for those who do. If you are actively trying to not be a virgin and you are 30 that's not really socially acceptable, obviously you could just lie.
    Seventeen for me and my partner on her seventeenth birthday. We both sucked at it.

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  • Both my daughters lost their’s young. So they do mot think anout it. It was a club at their school to see who could be the first to do it and not be a virg and they have not slowed down at all.

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  • It depends if you're a guy or a girl

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  • I dont think its unacceptable. But its kind of like meeting someone whos had a lot of divorces or never been married. It can sometimes mean no one can stand you long enough to have a serious relationship with you.

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