“You’ve never done anything?” is a common question for virgins. It can become redundant and frankly a bit annoying. ‘True virginism’ is all based on whom you speak to regarding the topic. For some, being a virgin means that they’ve never experienced any type of sexual stimulation; for others, it simply means that they’ve never had actual intercourse. There are indeed levels to this conversation, but this will be a breakdown of masturbation, oral sex, and intercourse and how it affects your V Card.
Masturbation is the stimulation of one’s own genitals for sexual pleasure. Now for the folks in the back, if you have never done this, you are stamped as a virgin. And in fact, you’re the purest of the pure. Your V Card is completely in check.
Oral sex is activity in which the genitals of one partner are stimulated by the mouth of the other. Again, we’re reading with comprehension here. If you have done this, we’re talking giving or receiving, some might say your V Card has been revoked. Of course, the ultimate definition falls on you, but we’ll just leave that here as food for thought.
And finally, we have sexual intercourse. This is contact between individuals involving penetration, especially the insertion of a man’s erect penis into a woman’s vagina, typically culminating in orgasm and the ejaculation of semen. This is where people get all confused and bent out of shape for some reason. “Well, he just put the head in,” or “I didn’t have an orgasm,” or the infamous, “It wasn’t good,” as if that discredits the validity of whether the act was committed. Girl, we didn’t ask you about all of that! This is a very clear definition. If you have done any of the above, you are a not virgin. There is no other way to put it. Period.
It is true that you can be a virgin to some sexual acts, but if you’ve done any of the above, most would say that you’re no longer a virgin. Either way, don’t fret. There is nothing wrong with being extremely experienced (or inexperienced) in all of these acts. Bottomline: Cherish your body until you’re ready. Everything will be there waiting when you are.
By: Faith Stewart