Would you date somebody who was a virgin at the age of 25?

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BaileyAM

Aug 30, 2008

What if they are waiting for marriage? That's an interesting point, kxrm. Does not wanting to have premarital sex make a person "crazy"? Would that be an "issue" which would make him/her undesirable? I totally think that should be a choice. The "willing to give it up" choice indicates that they may be completely asexual -- which is possible, but not very likely.
chaospoet

Aug 30, 2008

Is she still a virgin if she does anal?

carcypher

Aug 30, 2008

nope

i use to crave about this

but now dat im truly good at performing sex i rather be with a girl who knows how to truly get it on

 

kxrm

Aug 30, 2008

i personally think the concept of a virgin is rather abstract.  Someone can be very sexually experienced and not actually been or done any penitrating of the reproductive regions.  It has a great ability to mislead because the assumption is that you are inactive sexually.

PushedLeftward

Aug 30, 2008

I have and would. I "devirginized" one of my ex-girlfriends when she was 27.

primal1975

Sep 23, 2008

I declined to answer this question. I didn't like any of the answers and can't imagine an answer that I would agree with. I like sex way too much to positively say yes, but I like interesting people way too much to positively say no. There are just too many variables. - Is it a religious choice? Then we probably have more issues than whether or not we're going to have sex. - Has the opportunity (in the form a good, caring person who is more interested in your brain than your organs) simply not materialized yet? I might be that person or I might not. - Is it shyness? Extroverts really do have a few things easier in life than introverts. - Have you been hurt? - Did you go from sexually-active to chaste? Everyone loves sex. I would imagine virgins like is as much as (or maybe more than) people who are sexually active (in the full sense). There's absolutely nothing wrong with waiting until you're comfortable. There should be no expectation that it will happen by a certain point in your life. I shudder at the thought of having a kid one day who will have to decide whether to lose it at 14 or 44. Virginity is a special thing. Almost sacred, but not quite. It is almost sacred because sex is so sacred. Virginity wouldn't be such a big deal if sex wasn't so powerful, so addictive and so life-altering. It's a door, like taking the red pill, with no way back. Leave people the hell alone to decide that for themselves and don't make them feel like there's something wrong with them because they made a different decision than you would have. The fact is that questions like this simply cannot be asked out of context. Each person is going to have a rap sheet of why they had no partners, one partner, five partners or one hundred and ninety-eight partners (fyi, I have not had 198 partners; it was just a literary device). All you can do is get to know the person, try to understand how they became the person that you're talking to and then try to figure out where you fit into their lives.
Silver_Rain1011

Sep 23, 2008

Never for any reason would I date a virgin.
Gematria

Sep 23, 2008

Eh, if they were REALLY hot
jimmycrackcorn4

Sep 23, 2008

Can't say that I've ever dated a virgin...so I don't know how awkward it would be... but wouldn't completely rule it out. Meh. She would have to give awesome head, though, for it (the virginity) to last...
trilly82

Sep 24, 2008

Sure, seeing as how I'm ALSO apparently a freak of nature. ;P
teddakine

Sep 24, 2008

I wouldn't date a woman of 25 virgin or slut.
iExist

Sep 24, 2008

if it was kate beckensale then yes. otherwise, no.
RandomGod

Sep 24, 2008

"virgin at 25 does strongly tend to imply some issues."

I'd say that a 25 y/o virgin only implies an issue for women. Men really DO take longer to mature, and really do have a harder time finding someone (unless they're gay, in which case they still take as long to mature as other men, but don't have nearly as hard of a time finding a partner!)
I'd say, given that, you guys have 'til 29 before I say YOU have issues. (Maybe 30 ... and yes, after that there's a strong chance of issues there too).

I dated a 27 year old virgin. It was awesome. And she did have issues.
Just remaining a virgin doesn't guarantee issues, but it's a strong indication that something is likely there.
Walter45Auto

Nov 15, 2008

Seeing as I AM A 25 year old virgin, WHY WOULDN'T I DATE SOMEONE ELSE WHO IS??? Yup, I'm a guy, and Yup I'm a 25 Year old virgin.
purple2382

Nov 15, 2008

I wouldn't date a virgin, but if he was a virgin until 25 and subsequently lost it before meeting me I wouldn't mind.
shaun3701

Nov 15, 2008

I also de-virginized a 27 year old once.
Bold7knight

Nov 15, 2008

Oh yeah? Well I re-virginzed a 27 year old once.
kittywu

Nov 15, 2008

Why not? --I know this does not add a lot to the thread, but hey! it's my answer.
heyyyeveryone

Nov 15, 2008

This question is stupid. Whatever, if you think sex should be casual that's your problem. Let me know when you end up w/ an std. As for me, I'm waiting until marriage.
kittywu

Nov 15, 2008

^I have bad news for you. Most questions are.

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