This is really bothering me. I'm a senior in HS, and I'm still a virgin. I lied to my cloest friends when they asked, and told them I've had sex due to the shame.
When I was 15, I started modeling for Sutherland (a modeling agency where I'm from). So, I hope I'm not ugly?
It just makes me feel really behind.. and a lot uglier. Can someone give me advice?
Most Helpful Guy
Stop giving it importance, cause it has none. The more importance you give to it, the more chances of committing a mistake like losing it to the first guy that calls you pretty, then get tossed aside and feel like crap.
You just haven't had sex, so? I haven't driven a car. I'm a car-virgin. Your virginity doesn't define who you are, it just means that you haven't had sex, just like many other people that haven't had their first experience with other stuff, but for whatever reason we give this big importance to sex, when it shouldn't be that important. We put it on a pedestal, when it shouldn't be there.
I know how you feel though, before I lost it at 16, I also lied to some people telling them I wasn't a virgin, even when those people were virgins too. When I lost it I was like "this is it?" I thought I was gonna change as a person, become more mature, more adult. Bullshit, nothing happens.
Seriously, stop worrying, cause there's nothing to worry about.5
Most Helpful Girl
I lost my virginity at 20. A lot of my friends are still virgins. There's nothing wrong with it, and it doesn't mean you're ugly or anything like that. Sexual experience isn't an important judge of who you are... it happens at different times for everyone.2