First things first: there is no right or wrong age to lose your virginity. The only factors that matter when it comes to having sex for the first time is that both YOU and your partner are ready, and you're using protection. And while what you see on TV and in the movies might tell you otherwise, everyone's first time is SO different. Don't let anybody — your friends or characters on the big screen — dictate what's normal or not normal. It's ALL normal.
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'I lost my virginity at 14. That one, single event still haunts me 30 years later.'
The Story Of A Year-Old Girl Who Loses Her Virginity To Her Mother’s Boyfriend – ThinkProgress
We broke up a week later. It was a great time. They argued while he was inside of me. Hand to God, worst first time ever. Editor's note: Please do not try this at home. I was 18; he was
Find Out When Most Teens Are Losing Their Virginity
If you say you haven't, you're a prude. If you say you have, you're a slut. It's a trap. So spoke Ally Sheedy's character in "The Breakfast Club" on a topic that inspires continued fascination: virginity, the v-card every woman is supposed to hold onto at the time in her life when she is often obsessed with turning it in. Virginity is a tricky concept.
Losing your virginity can be awesome but it can also just suck. Sex scenes in movies and TV shows create unrealistic expectations for your first time, so please don't do something because your favorite character did it on Season 2, Episode 12 or whatever. And just because the average age teens are losing their v-cards is about 17 doesn't mean YOU have to lose your virginity at that age. Lose it when you feel totally ready.