She was 18, and I was 20. We dated for a year. I told her I was living in a living room. I mentioned I was emberrased, and asked if she can buy us time while I move out. She agreed, and instead she took me to her house. I met her parents they are educated, nice, respectful. We kept dating only our dates were always outdoor like a park, and never indoor like a house. The first 3 months were amazing. She'll make out, touch me, send me sexy pics, hmu 24/7. One night in 6th month we went to the beach. I tried having sex with her there, and she stopped me. She said she was a virgin, but will lmk when ready. Never again I tried and we kept dating. Months later I guess she got bored, and all went bad. She'll go to clubs, parties get drunk with her girls. I'll see her flirting online. I'll see pics of her dirty dancing, cuddling with her guy friends, sitting on her guy friends lap for a quick "group pic", kissing GIRLS. We'll break up, and make up. Things finally changed because I got my place on our 12th month anniversary. I invited her, and we talked about sex since a long time. Now she said she wants to wait till marriage!. Still I tried having sex with her and she dumped me.
Been 7 months, and my ex still tries talking to me. She's now with a girl I guess she was gay all along or bi. I'm now with a girl + sleeping with her. Looking back do you believe she was even a virgin? I feel guilty/weak like it was my fault she lost interest
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If you don't know if she was a virgin and you dated her for a year, we certainly don't know.
Theres nothing you said that would prove that she's not a virgin or not. I've drank and went to parties, kissed a girl and sat on some laps when I was a virgin too so I wouldn't say that's a good indicator; may be she was just having fun and experimenting. If she was generally an honest person then there's no reason to doubt her.
The better question is why does it matter anymore? If your both with other people and your happy, your ex shouldn't be your concern anymore, her virginity especially shouldn't be your concern. Maybe she lost interest or maybe didn't like that you still pursued sex with her when she said no, it could have ended for many reasons; that's something you should have asked when you guys broke up.0