Another installment in our series of V-Card Diaries interviews on virginity. We get a lot of stories through our comments and occasionally we share them here. If you want to tell your story, go to our submission form. We'd love to run it in this blog! I'm under 30, but I think that it is kind of a weird thing to still be a virgin when you're in your mid 20s. I know women who have and are still virgins, but they have those strong religious ties. I don't really have those reasons anymore (I did when I was teen, and I signed this stupid card that said I would only kiss boys "lightly" whatever that means. Oh, and sex was out of the question).
Since I've figured out that I'm bi. I would love to have sex with someone I actually like, no matter the gender.
But I'm still a virgin because I'm really shy, really scared, and I have a hard time getting close to people physically, not even on a sexual level. Also, I've always been focused on what I've been doing right now, not on relationships. (True story: Broke up with my first boyfriend because he'd rather snuggle than let me do homework.)
It's weird, but you get to the point to where you lie about sex for your friends or smile and nod at their stories, like you know where their coming from (no pun intended) when you have no idea what's its like. It's expected that you've had sex, and if you haven't, you must be really religious...or have vagina dentata.
Tell us how you define virginity, how you lost/kept it, and anything else about the v-word. Email your answers to info*at*trixiefilms.com.