The age of onset of sexual activity is individual for everyone and the difference in people sometimes reaches ten years. Who is doing the right thing in this situation? This is a difficult question, to which no one can give an unequivocal answer. This issue must be considered comprehensively from three sides: physiological, ethical and legal. Only a comprehensive assessment will help you form a correct and complete position on this issue.
From the point of view of physiology, the first menstrual cycles in girls begin at the age of 12-14 years, which indicates their physiological readiness to become pregnant and bear a child. That is why many nations of the world have a tradition since ancient times to marry a girl from 11-12 years old. The full physiological maturation of the body occurs at the age of 17-19, and the full psychological formation of the personality occurs by the age of 23-24. Thus, theoretically, a girl can enter into sexual intercourse from the point of view of physiology from the age of 11-12, but the recommended age is 17-18 years, since there is a possibility of pregnancy, and it is by this age that all significant processes for building the body will be completed.
The issue of ethical standards is even more blurred and very dependent on the culture and environment of the girl. For example, in many Eastern and African cultures, a girl was married off at the age of 10-12, and it was considered normal to have sexual intercourse at that age. These cultural characteristics were usually due to the desire of parents to create a new social unit, which contributed to an increase in their family and, as a result, working hands on the farm. As society develops, we can observe how ethical norms have shifted, especially in more developed societies.
From the legal point of view, the key concept that regulates sexual relations is the age of consent. The age of consent indicates at what age a person has the right to make an informed choice about whether he can have sexual intercourse and this will not entail criminal liability for his sexual partner. In most developed countries, this age is 16, in particular in Russia. In some countries, this age is higher. For example, in some states of the USA it is 18 years old. Yemen held the absolute record for the lowest age of consent for some time. There he stood at around 9 years old. True, any sexual relations there are allowed only between legal spouses, so it was necessary to first get married. In Russia, there is an interesting feature for the age of consent. The fact is that the age of 16 is mandatory for a partner to reach if the second is over 18, while voluntary sexual relations between two underage partners are not punishable if they are over 12 years old. Any sexual intercourse with people under the age of 12 is punishable by law, and responsibility begins at the age of 14.
You can lose it at any age, but is there any point in "depriving" your virginity? Does she oppress you? Or maybe your environment imposes on you the need to get rid of innocence? The second option quite often (according to my observations) occurs in the age category of people 13-20 years old, during the period, perhaps, the most active search for oneself as a person. I personally advise you not to give in to this pressure and listen to yourself more: are you ready mentally, are you really sure that you will not regret this decision? After all, sex itself for the purpose of depriving you of virginity is unlikely to give you anything besides this, and you will probably feel nasty.
With regard to the second part of the question: at 14. by force. I will not wish such a fate to the enemy.
I ask this question to everyone with whom I communicated. I don't remember having a positive response to the fact that she did it early. Everybody without exception regretted it. Someone regretted it because in the future (now) it would be desirable and it interferes, and someone simply regrets it. Like, why am I so early ...
"At the age of 11, I threw the first stick, scored on my parents, began to sell with friends at the junkyard"
I think Krovostok is a good guide to life
Whenever you see fit. The main thing, IMHO, is mutual consent and contraception. You can have sex at any age, the main thing is that the brains are in place
This is a matter of maturity, and not only physical, but also emotional. In girls, puberty occurs about 15-16 years (this, of course, is very individual, but on average). However, the body still continues to form, up to the age of 21. Plus, as I have already noted, the girl must be mentally ready for this. Despite the fact that formally deprivation of virginity does not greatly change the body, but it is really a strong shock. An emotionally stable person also (on average) becomes by the age of 20. I believe that it is definitely not worth losing virginity until the age of 18. It is highly likely that in the future a girl may regret having early sex. I repeat once again, everything is very individual! At the very least, you shouldn't do it thoughtlessly, spontaneously and without contraception.