An immodest question for girls: at what age did you lose your virginity and when should you do it?

An immodest question for girls: at what age did you lose your virginity and when should you do it?

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answers (15)

Answer 1
January, 2021

At 22 years old. It is worth doing this when there will already be a more or less mature age, a person will appear in life with whom there will be respect, trust, the opportunity to completely relax, and all this is mutual.

Answer 2
January, 2021

I'm certainly not a girl :), but I definitely have something to answer this question. Every person is different. Some 16-year-olds may be fully prepared for their first sex, and some at 18 and 19 may not. Here, the main thing is not to lie to yourself and do it really on your own.

Your right time for deprivation of virginity has come if:

  1. You really like someone. The main thing is that your chosen one is pleasant to you with his character and appearance, if you feel comfortable and safe with this person, and you like his voice, smell and touch.
  2. You feel aroused when you see a guy you like. Arousal can be manifested by warmth in the lower abdomen, the emergence of sexual fantasies and thoughts, rapid heartbeat and breathing. You can feel your vagina begin to throb and relax.
  3. You are 16 years old. It is from this age that any girl can legally have sexual relations. If you are not yet 16, get to know your partner better while waiting, but for now, you can have a great time with passionate kisses and gentle hugs.
  4. You have already had orgasms. An orgasm is obtained not only during intercourse. Satisfaction can be achieved through sleep, masturbation, clitoral stimulation, and even exercise. Many experts advise getting an orgasm at least once before the process of deprivation of virginity, as this will allow the girl to understand what she is striving for and whether she really wants the first sex.

Are you sure you want to lose your virginity? This should not be due to pressure from someone, such as a partner or friends. In addition, you should not have sex if you want to impress or keep up with your friends.

If at least 4 out of five criteria are met (but better than all 5), then age has come. For more information on virginity, see the article "Pain-free deprivation of virginity".

Answer 3
January, 2021

Yesterday. I'm 16. They say that a girl fully matures by the age of 20. But each is individual, so when you think you're ready, talk it over with your martyrs.

I think it's better to plan for the first time than to do everything on emotions.

Answer 4
January, 2021

I'm 23 years old, but I'm from a different generation. In the 90s, earlier deprivation of virginity (up to 17 years old) in good families was not accepted. I regret that at 23, there were good guys at 17 and 19, I was looking for something enchanting, but I had to look at things and people more realistically. Before 17 I think about sex you can think about, but not engage).

Answer 5
January, 2021

At 15 years old. Close friends already had experience of intimate relationships, and at some point I got tired of answering their questions about why I am still a virgin. I figured out that supposedly I had sex. She herself was in an active search. On the beach, I met a boy a year younger than myself. He looked like a child compared to me. She treated him accordingly. The guy was from a small town, a poor family. The moment came when all the relatives left for resorts. She invited him to her capital of the region, fed him with cakes in a pastry shop, bought something from alcohol (how many children need it). Both he and I talked about our alleged rich experience of sexual relations. When it came down to it, I experienced a fleeting second of pain, and he groaned but not with pleasure, pulled out his friend, then whined all night. A tablespoon of blood came out from my side. She said to him, they say, I'm sorry, menstruation began at the wrong time. Now I'm about 30 and I'm in shock how cold-blooded I was in my early youth. The guy later ignored this. I needed him for a certain business, nothing more.

Answer 6
January, 2021

At 24 years after the wedding! For myself, I wanted to respect myself and not be used. I met with many and all of the well-groomers respected this decision of mine, many offered to marry, they said that now there are none. To be the center of attention these days it is enough not to drink, not smoke and be a virgin before the wedding😉. It was they who were running after me, not like the girls are running now. Respect yourself, your body and then they will respect you!

Answer 7
January, 2021
  1. Yes, relatively early, but it happened so. Apparently, there was a first love. She loved madly, despite the swinish attitude of her partner towards me, but he never insisted on sex, on the contrary. And I am a fool, I thought that it was so necessary that he was there. As a result, they broke up after a couple of months. I don’t even regret that, although I think it would be worth it. And the city is small, rumors, all the affairs, which naturally influenced the attitude of people towards me, most of them guys. Perhaps I will soon regret it, but for now I live in peace.
Answer 8
January, 2021

I was 16. I was ready for a long time and understood that for me personally this is the most optimal age. The partner turned out to be a bit of an asshole, ringing the whole world about this, but okay. But now I do not feel any embarrassment and I realized that my first sex in those years was not enough for the full formation of my personality

Answer 9
January, 2021

At the age of 15, I lost my virginity, maybe it was a little early for me psychologically, but I do not regret it, because we have been together with my first man for several years, and since then I have never been in him disappointed.

In my opinion, you can lose your virginity when you find a person with whom you are not afraid and calmly do it)

Answer 10
January, 2021

I lost my virginity at seventeen. Before that, there were several attempts, but I always stopped my partner because I was scared / hurt. As a result, it so happened that at the moment of deprivation of virginity, I was still not ready for this, and my boyfriend's argument was based on the fact that "I must do this someday, then it will be better." I didn't want it, and after intercourse I felt used up. Yes, now we are with him, and he loves me madly, but it seems that he does not regret that incident. And I still can't sleep with him.

Answer 11
January, 2021

Lost at the age of 20. With a person to whom I am absolutely indifferent.

I think everyone decides when it should be done. I decided so, and I hardly regret it.

Answer 12
January, 2021

Well, hmm: when you want!

It is advisable to reach the age of consent, of course, so that everything is legal.

When you are ripe for protection, you know exactly what children are from, what STDs exist and how they are transmitted, found a partner who attracts you, excites and is ready to satisfy you in bed.

But I was, I just decided: it's time, I met a handsome guy on the embankment, explained the essence, offered a condom and behold. Nice trip to the sea.

Answer 13
January, 2021

I lost at the age of 15.

Earlier, at 14, I was afraid of losing, I thought that somehow my parents would recognize, but something in my head went overboard and I made up my mind. It happened, I think, when we got drunk and started watching the movie. In general, I am very skeptical about blued sex, but I needed it because I thought it would hurt like hell, and I knew that during sex I would not have pleasure, but constantly think about pain.

Although this person and I are no longer together, but I do not regret a single drop.

And you need to do this when you are ripe in your head. Not easy when the partner said: "Achetakova?" and you instantly agreed, but think over all the pros and cons, purely for yourself, so that later you would not be ashamed.

Answer 14
January, 2021

It happened at the age of 15. My boyfriend is a little younger than me. I was very glad that everything was going towards this very calmly, gradually, in small steps. I trust this person very much and he trust me. And in truth, as said above, it is worth starting a sex life only when you already understand for sure that you are ready for this, you can imagine yourself at least in all the guise of having sex. In fact, everyone chooses for himself whether he wants to lose his virginity at all, I have one friend who plans to be a virgin until 40 in truth, I respect her opinion on this matter, after all, this is her personal life. You need to understand that this is a certain responsibility, yes, it is a pleasure, it is a lot of pleasure, but nevertheless, one must always be careful. I won't say that it was some kind of turning point in my life, as I imagined before I first realized that it was, in principle, for me, in the end, nothing changed dramatically, so I advise not to concentrate on the fact that it is scary, not pleasant, it hurts, if you already decide to think about everything in this direction, then it is better to think about the fact that this is a new responsibility, new sensations and a little experience, although it’s better to decide for yourself what suits you best. We have already spoken about condoms, but this is important, and do not hesitate to find out any information about sex, about safety, about the consequences, a huge number of my friends are terribly unaware and do not know many important things, which is why some of them suffered later.

Answer 15
January, 2021

I was 17 years old.

I was absolutely ready for this, both physiologically and psychologically.

I was deeply in love with the person with whom this happened, although he turned out to be not very good (although, rather, he was, just rose-colored glasses do their job).

When should you do it? When you're ready. When you feel that this is it, that is it. That I want to go with this particular person on a fairly serious and responsible step.

And, as always, a minute of tediousness - do not forget to protect yourself. If a guy refuses, you can safely send him to the ass, really.

Good luck)

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