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Do Men Still Want Virgins? Find Out What Guys Really Think

By Edited Nov 13, 2013 4 4

Virginity is a topic that is often made light of in today's free-wheeling society. People who choose to stay pure and untouched until their wedding day often become the scapegoats of cruel jokes and innuendos.

The Liberated Female Feels Free To Experiment

Feminism brought about the attitude of women feeling just as free as men to experiment with different partners. Even though today's independent American woman is free to sleep with whomever she pleases whenever she pleases, is this really okay with men? How do men really perceive the woman who has a "past" with other men?

Virgin Brides Are Rare In The U.S.

In the United States, most young girls lose their virginity way before the wedding day. The average American guy will be marrying a girl who has slept with other men before him. American guys are more open minded about a woman's "history" as long as it doesn't cause him shame at work or in front of his friends. Although American men don't freak out about virginity, that doesn't mean a woman should talk about her exploits freely

Your Man Doesn't Need To Know Everything

Many a woman has been shocked to hear her man bring up her sexual past during an argument. Why do you think this is? It is because deep down inside every guy there are two different categories of women. Good women and Naughty women. Most guys' keep this in check and a lot of them don't even realize they think that way themselves.

Does Virginity Bring Out More Respect?

A woman who remains a virgin until her wedding night can always be assured of which category she will be placed in. It may not be a huge deal in the U.S., but in other countries virginity is highly prized and is one of the most important marks of a desirable woman. Keeping a woman a virgin will involve the entire family and possibly even the neighbors too.

Strict Moral Codes Sound So Outdated In Today's World

My own mother and grandmother, who were not born in the U.S., were raised by strict moral code that included staying a virgin until the wedding night. Daughters were sheltered by fathers, brothers, and other family members and there was no unsupervised dating allowed. This probably sounds like jail for the liberated girl, but I do recall how respectful my grandfather was of my grandmother.

The Woman Is The Prize

A woman who keeps her virginity intact until her wedding day is showing the man how valuable of a prize she really is. Men like to categorize things so they make sense and that includes a woman's moral standards. Men secretly wish for angelic purity in all women but with today's moral standards the way they are, finding a virgin woman to marry might mean having to look outside of the United States.



Dec 1, 2010 11:40pm
I was very interested as to where this was going to go!
Dec 2, 2010 12:27am
My question would be --&gtJust how is the sex lives of these respected virgins after the wedding ceremony? Respect is great and all but if you end up marrying a dud then you're kind of stuck because you are no longer a virgin and your "value" has gone down.
Dec 2, 2010 11:59am
Yes, that's a good point...the only thing I can say is that in my mothers upbringing (back in the 1930's) women were more satisfied with finding a husband who was a good provider. After a lengthy courtship, the woman would naturally love the man for his character.True love in a marriage can overcome any problem in the bedroom (I believe).

Countries that force arranged marriages for virgin women are usually countries that don't allow them to work or go to school either. Women raised like this are more passive.

If a virgin marries a dud, she may not know he is a dud if she herself has no sexual experience. If you speak to older couples who courted and married in 1950's, they will tell you that waiting for sex made the honeymoon very special.

It all depends on whether a person views sex as a shoe that needs to be tried on to make sure it fits, or whether they see the sexual relationship as something sacred. It's all about our core moral and spiritual beliefs. This is definitely an interesting topic!
Dec 9, 2010 6:42pm
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Jan 18, 2012 9:39am
Great article!
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