Is 14 too OLD to be a virgin?
I know this may be an awkward question but lots of my friends were shocked when they found out I never kissed a boy and im a virgin? Help? when is the right age? I dont know.. isnt it all SO awkard???


From Nelly:
GIRL I’m 16 and I just received my first kiss. I’m still a virgin and I’m 2 years older than you. There is absolutely nothing wrong with still being a virgin and have had received your first kiss yet. On the contrary, I pride myself on the fact that I’m still a virgin. I say it to people out loud that, ” yes, I’m a virgin. So what? ” The beautiful thing about being green for a long time is that it show that you are smart and wise. You respect yourself, and you understand that losing your virginity is not a race. You won’t have to panic because you don’t have to figure how you’re gonna break the news to you’re parents that you’re either HIV positive or worse: pregnant. So don’t feel like you have to be like all the other girls. Your body, Your decision. But make sure that you’re making the right decision. And you’re probably a freshman in high school. Let me tell you something: freshman, sophomore and junior year are the HARDEST years of high school. Those are the years when you should be kicking *** cause that’s when colleges are looking at you. I’m taking 3 AP classes. I don’t even have time to think about boys.
Hope this helped. Good luck
PS. Oh by the way, you should only kiss a guy you ACTUALLY LIKE unlike me.

From Dee:
Oh Hell NO!!! You’re a child at 14 and not legally allowed to consent to having sex yet with anyone. Be attentive to school, friends and fun for now because you only have 4 more years of being a kid and then adult responsibilities roll in. Sex being 1 of them but there’s so much more than that too. You’ll have plenty of years of being an adult and sometimes you’ll miss the younger years terribly when you have to deliver all across the board and have no one to cover for you. Depressing sounding I know, but it’s adulthood and it’s to be expected and just what it is. So now on that note, enjoy the Holidays and everything else you have right now because these are some really happy days for you that won’t last forever. Good luck and hope this helps?

From Taylor:
At 14 teenagers think that sex is the cool thing to do, that everyone has to do it to be normal. I know I did. But the older you get the more you will wish you waited. You will find that one person that will be the love of your life, and you’re going to wish you waited for them. I lost my virginity at 16 (I’m 18 now), and I still regret not waiting. No age is too old to be a virgin.

From Maggie:
First of all, I’m pretty sure that in most, if not all states, the legal age of consent is over 16 or older. Your body (and mind) hasn’t stopped developing yet, and so there’s a law for a reason. And regardless, it’s your body – you choose who to have sex with and when. Anyways, virginity is a concept – there’s really no such thing as loosing your virginity – you know? Like, there’s not an actual v-card or physical marker that says that penetrative sex (or any other type of sex) is loosing hypothetical innocence. I’m sixteen, been in plenty of relationships and have never had any type of sex.

From Jane:
I lost my virginity to my first boyfriend my freshman year. I was 14. But I will tell you I wish I would have waited. I thought I was in love and turns out he had other plans. He dumped me after two months. I’m 23 now and I still think about it. I would go back if I could. Don’t let other people influence your choices because you’re the one who will have to live with them.

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