Does being a virgin impede on the development of serious relationships? Here are some common misconceptions.
Little Girl Syndrome
First of all, what are these stupid names? Men like to give women these titles because for some reason they think that it gives them power but in all actuality, it doesn’t. It just makes them look foolish. Men– no, let’s rephrase that– grown boys, tend to think women who are inexperienced with sex and happen to be shy about it are little girls. Well, not every woman wants to broadcast that she’s not busting it open for every man just because he gives her a compliment. She isn’t going to put it on a billboard and that is her prerogative.
‘The Bible-Toting, Scripture-Spewing Woman’
Why does her faith and religion have to be a joke? A woman who takes her religion seriously is not necessarily trying to force it on everyone else. Women who choose to live their lives by their religion should not have to be made fun of. Those are the types of women who should be celebrated and embraced.
The Good, Wholesome Girl
The good, wholesome girl is always what men claim to want in the fist place, but evidence by their track record suggests that’s not what they have had. The good, wholesome girls are always where they run when the trouble comes. Building serious relationships comes down to the personalities of the woman and the man in the relationship. Adding sex to the equation clouds the perception of the situation at times. The development of serious relationships is based on the seriousness of the individuals– not the circumstances.
By: Faith Stewart