GUYS’ TAKE ON VIRGINS

You might think you’re one of the few collegiettes who’s still a virgin, but, the fact is, you’re not alone!. You haven’t hit 40-year-old virgin status yet, so stop stressing or thinking you have to lose it to the next guy you meet.

You’ve probably wondered how you’d mention to guys that yes, you are a virgin, and even more importantly, how they might react. Will they treat you differently if they find out you’re a virgin?

Do they even want to know this personal information about you? Is it even a big deal to them? You can stop guessing
So you’re a virgin. What do guys think about this?

They think it’s a turn-on if it’s a relationship
If it’s something more meaningful like the start of a new relationship or a long-term thing, guys consider a girl’s virginity to be a turn-on. “It means she respects her body and the power of sex,”. “From a male perspective, it also keeps you from thinking solely about her in a sexual way because you know it’s probably not going to end up with that.

Also, the thought of knowing that she hasn’t been with any guys makes her much more desirable, at least in their minds.Even though some guys might be surprised to discover that you’re still holding on to your V-card, most of them think it is very respectable. “She must be waiting for the right person,” says Kennedy, a student from the school of engineering.

Most guys are cool with it. “If I really like her then just being able to date her would be enough because if I like her then it’s important to me to support her choices in life,” says George, a sophomore in the school of arts..
When it comes to dating you, guys care more about you as a person than your sexual past, no matter how much action it involved.
Luckily, the guys are excited to explore the non-sex aspects of a relationship with a virgin. They would actually not mind it at all. Obviously, the girl respects herself and her body, and it means that sex won’t be the cornerstone of the relationship.

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