So, you already know the main answer to this, which is that what people find attractive is super variable and personal. Some people find the idea of an inexperienced partner appealing, some get kind of worried about, and some (I'd argue most) people see it as just one piece of many that comes with being sexual with that particular person. Too, since virginity is a concept rather than a physical state of being, what one potential partner sees as virginity may not match what another potential partner sees it as (I will add that in the situation of men finding women who are virgins to be attractive usually has a lot to do with some crummy ideas about women's bodies and value: 20 Questions About Virginity: Scarleteen Interviews Hanne Blank
It may also help to think of this in terms of looking for a partner who views inexperience as a chance to explore and learn about each other's bodies, rather than one who simply thinks inexperience is hot. After all, sexual experiences tend to be more satisfying and healthy if they're not with a partner who's attraction to you hinges on one trait.