carolyn

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  1. I admit, I'm guilty of a double standard. I'm 100% committed to being a virgin on my wedding night. But I don't expect my husband to be. it's a bit unrealistic. And secretly......I sort of hope he's not because I want the earth to move for me on my wedding night and I suspect he needs to be experienced for that to happen.
  2. my family are moderately religious but I sort of worked it out for myself. At college everyone seemed to be in and out of everyone's beds all the time and I just felt this was all wrong. I was very young for my age and stil lived at home and my parents were quite protective of me. Having to be home by 11 at night helped guard me from dangers I think. My parents ar enow very supportive and proud of my decision which is great. My friends think I'm strange though
  3. Is Virginity Really Attractive?

    Thanks for an honest post....I feel very mixed up about this one myself. In theory I'd like mysh usband to be a virgin too.There's something just so romantic about the fact that he could save himslef for me, especially as it must be much harder to be a virgin guy than a virgin girl. But realistically I doubt that he would be. ANd being honest, I'm a bit scared of sex, and yeah, if he knew what he was doing it would be awesome. I know I won't be confident but it he was it would probably help. It sounds silly and girly I know but I really want to feel the earth move on my first time. As long as he didnt comapre me to other girls, it would be enough for him to know that no guy had ever done what he was doing to me
  4. Hi, I'm McKenzie

    hi there...welcome to the site...its a great support mechanism....the worst thing about still being a virgin is that society makes you feel that youre somehow wierd. It often gets to me really....but this site makes you understand that you're not alone and that there are plenty of people who think like you
  5. I would just love it so much.....
  6. well, sadly most people to have sex in their teens. It think it demeans them and plenty decide that they regret it...
  7. dont feel like taking a break...its a life saver when you're down to be able to duscuss things with people i nthe same position. I tend to look in every couple of weeks and see what people have been saying
  8. yeah me too, I guess I fit a lot of the stereotypes, shy, demure, feminine etc, get embarrassed by steamy scenes on the TV....
  9. I am...getting married, losing my virginity (and hopefully getting pregnant!) will be the most important thing I ever do. I thin sex before marriage is just sooooo wrong, and believe that casual sex is demeaning for us girls
  10. I'm thinking that society pays a huge cost for pre marital sex - treatment of STDs - unwanted pregnancies and the abortions that follow. Here in England one MP said 'Too many young girls are absorbing from the popular culture around them that they only have value as sex objects. Inevitably they act this notion out. ‘The rising numbers of girls having under-age sex is alarming. It is not a cost-free phenomenon. It poses public health policy challenges and social challenges. The underlying cause must be the pornification of British culture and the increasing sexualisation of pre-adolescent girls.’ in fact 27 per cent of 16 to 24 year-olds were 15 or under when they had sex for the first time. One in eight have already had sex with at least ten different partners and one in seven girls aged 16 to 24 who had lost their virginity had caught a sexually transmitted infection at least once. So does society have a stake in this issue too (yes IMO). Is so what can be done about it?
  11. This is what other people have said - I never thought of it that way before. I think that's sad though
  12. Children! What if you can't...

    If I couldnt have kids I would be devasted and totally heartbroken. My ambition is to get married and have kids (yeah I know it sounds pathetic and girly!!) and if I couldn't have kids...well..... I would consider adopting - and hope my husband agrees...but I would miss the feeling of being pregnant....every time I see a pregnant wowman I'm just amazed at how fulfilled and happy they look and I want to have that experience too
  13. I'm 26..so really, I want to have kids as soon as possible
  14. I go to the Methodists - not often its true...