No matter at what age you're when you lose your virginity, or how much of porn and Kama Sutra comics you've flipped, you're never prepared for the first time; and the chances are that loads of your myth about losing the virginity will get busted right there.
No, this isn't a bad thing. Even it will come to you as a total surprise.
According to virginity stats (yes such survey exists) on an average, Americans lose their virginity at the age of 17. Apparently, that doesn't count everyone. There are some who lose it even early, while there are some who lose it later on. But the majority of Americans (or anyone for that matter) lose the so-called precious thing in their teens.
So if you've lost it or not, it's always safe to know a few things which your partner probably doesn't. After all, you want to save the embarrassment for later, don't you?
We at WityFeed have compiled the list of hard but hilarious truths about losing virginity.
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The moments right before you start doing it are exhilarating. Thinking about it gives you chills, and goosebumps, signalling something good is about to start. You get nervous, unsure and a bit turned on and then it just happens.
The reason your first time is weird is that it's your first time and you're damn excited. If your partner isn't the virgin, but you are then your experience may not be as good as when both the partners are virgins.
I would never say that it doesn't feel good at all when you have it for the first time, but it'll surely be an alien feeling of pleasure and pain which you've never experienced before. Though the first time isn't as pleasurable as it is for a man, it starts to get better for a woman as well after a few rounds.
First of all, there are a lot of movies which focus more on male losing their virginities instead of women, and this is a big issue in itself. The guy moans and gets 'it' inside her for not more than 5 seconds and bang! Women start to bleed as their hymen is wide open. But it's not good news at all.
Wondering why? Know below.
Losing virginity is certainly not like those movies which paint it like a beautiful painting, like in the movie 'The Notebook'. In fact, just forget all the notions and misconceptions you have in your mind about losing your virginity based on the film.
Having an intimate relationship can make both of you feel closer to each other. You never forget the person you first had sex with, and the person you fall in love with.
When you lose virginity for the first time, you start behaving awkwardly with a person with whom you shared those moments. If you both were a virgin, then it's going to be double weird. The dynamics of your relationship will change a little. It will bring a lot of questions to your mind, questions which can only be solved by discussing with your partner.
I have seen a lot of people treating their virginity as if they need to preserve it for their partner, as if it is not virginity but holy grail.
You may lose your virginity to someone you don't want to spend your life with, and that's fine because it could be possible that you're more attracted to someone physically than mentally or intellectually. You may love someone else and lose your virginity to other, no judgement on that.
Comment your 'losing-it-and-f#@&*g-proud-of-it' moment below.
That's all, folks!