ok well ive been dating the same guy for over 7 months now....and we've lasted longer than any other couple ive ever known, without having sex(im 17). i was waiting until i got some birth conrol....well,i guess i lost my virginity tonight. and im not regretting it, but im kinda weirded out, like im in a daze....is this normal?
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And just so you know, people have sex at all different times. Some "last" seven months, some take two weeks before they are ready, and some (ahem) go nearly four years without having actual intercourse.
Virginity is what you make of it. These days there is no real "virginity standard" to weigh in on. Some people hold on to the concept of virginity until they have had penis/vagina intercourse, some people are raped and choose to consider themselves "virginal" until they willingly engage in sexual activity with a partner. It's all subjective and not something to get too "weirded out" about. Take care...
------------------ "Unit 16 from 11B, the one running through the park is the one with the gun." "11B from 16, you mean the naked guy?" "Yup."
I would say that it's normal to have a daze feeling. I kinda felt like that. I think that each girl has varied feelings about doing the deed for the first time. I believe that it just depends on the girl. Sex involves a lot of emotions that should be dealt with. Talk to your partner about it. Maybe that'll help.
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