I am waiting for marriage and I get asked this question a lot, I really don't know the answer it depends on the men and if they regretted it then I'd feel differently only if they truly regretted it you know? It is not the end of world but I'll just have to vet the person a little more then most would, so I can learn to trust him.
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I am a virgin, and I won't be upset if I end up losing my virginity to a guy who's not one. I have no control over his sexual life, I can't make decisions for him. So, if he had sex with other girls before me, there's nothing I can do. But if you're waiting for marriage, that's a different story. So, I can see why you would be upset.
If I was a virgin and the person I was about to sleep with wasn't, I can be honest and say I'd be sad this was not something we could share and give to each other, but I wouldn't be hurt by it. It wouldn't be a deal breaker for me. It would probably just make me sad, perhaps a bit depressed for a short while and then I'd be over it. At the end of the day that's not what I would base my relationship or decisions on as for being with someone so it wouldn't overwhelm me or anything like that.
Never go against your integrity. Any guy that would ask you to do so has none himself. Use yourself as a gauge to judge the guy's you meet. If the guy has good intentions or the same has yours he would act in a similar manner as you would.
Not at all. Lost mine with my first girlfriend - she was a virgin too and I cannot say the experience of losing it was mind-blowing. Several relationships later I am very happily married to a wonderful lady (who was not a virgin when we started dating). I regard it as a learning experience. The thing is - for the lady especially - losing it is not going to be a fantastic experience if partnered with someone inexperienced.
No I wouldn't be upset. I don't regret losing it. Though the first time was disappointing, it opened my mind and I sought to gain more knowledge and experience and explore my sexuality deeper. Overall I prefer skilled and experienced men over virgins.
it shouldn't really matter since they are with you now and you can't change their past but if it does make a difference to you then you should ask that question early in your relationship so you both dont get hurt down the line.
I do not regret losing my virginity, since at the time I loved the guy. I was planning on being with him for a long time. Even though that didn't happen, no regrets since I found out some things about myself.