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ain't nothing wrong with being a virgin by BaconMagic ain't nothing wrong with being a virgin by BaconMagic
Go ahead and fuck at the age of 14 like the dumbass you are, but I'm waiting for the right time and the right person. C: Society can't tell me what to do.

Not by any means implying that having had sex (responsibly) is a bad thing, just saying that just because someone is a virgin doesn't mean they're a loser, no-lifer, or any of that crap.
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legoland5254 Featured By Owner Edited Oct 13, 2014
Athough I don't find anything wrong with being a virgin, (infact I think in christianity being a virgin means you're pure.) I still think virgin jokes are hilarous. Like this one…
CheeseyBee1 Featured By Owner Sep 12, 2014  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
OMG I hate this (not the stamp I love the stamp)
Virgin-eww? Your still a virgin?, ugh you are dead to me
woman after sex (like asked)- GAWD, your such a slut. OMG you whore!

RedStars7 Featured By Owner Sep 8, 2014
I would say technically it is a bad thing; not because It's wrong to not be sexually active, but because the concept of virginity is negative in general. It existed in the day only to keep women the enslaved property of men, and even today virginity has connotations that women are still property and don't have sexual rights (the idea that virginity is 'lost' or 'stolen' comes from the idea that sex is a commodity, The idea that if a woman has PIV sex she's more dirty and slutty/has more to lose but a man is/does not, two women who have slept together still being seen as 'virgins' because no man was around to claim their bodies as his own piece of meat, rape victims seen as 'non-virgins' because a man was there to steal an invisible 'sacred' object from them and leave his taint on them).

It's outdated, it has to go. It's 2014, there's no such thing as virginity, only inexperienced people.
How is there no such thing as virginity when even older people don't have sex at all? Or what about asexual people that don't want/have never had sex? Are they not virgins either? Another thing, this stamp was made last year, it's not outdated.
RedStars7 Featured By Owner Sep 13, 2014
That's not what I'm saying. I believe in people who have never had sex, but I don't believe in virginity as a concept. I have never done anything sexual with another person, but I don't call myself a 'virgin', I'm just sexually inexperienced.
It's the definition and the connotations of virginity that are the problem. Even in today's society 'virgin' means someone who hasn't had penis-in-vagina sex, which is problematic because well what about gay people? What about rape victims? Sex on the other hand can mean anything involving genitals, and rape doesn't count as sex. And the fact that society believes that virginity is a sacred object you can only lose once....well, that's pretty bullshit actually. Because everytime you have sex it can be new or scary, and rape victims are also lead to believe they can't have a real first time anymore just because someone 'stole' a non-existent object (virginity) from them because of this terminology.
I don't believe virginity exists because there's no such thing as having an imaginary sacred object that only a man can 'claim'. There is such a thing however, as being sexually inactive and inexperienced because we all start somewhere. There are SO many different ways to have sex, which is why virginity is useless; there's only such a thing as exclaiming what sex acts you have or haven't done.
Italy-Chibitalia Featured By Owner Sep 13, 2014
Being a virgin is a thing though. Excuse me if I don't make sense, health class wasn't my strong point, but when a person hasn't had sex (including rape and everything else) is a virgin. Whether being a virgin is seen as something bad in today's mind it doesn't mean that it's not there as an actual thing. Even with homosexuals, you are a virgin before you have sex with someone (sadly, even if you're raped, your virginity is lost if you were a virgin).
RedStars7 Featured By Owner Sep 13, 2014
I don't agree. As a lesbian myself, I get constantly told I'll always stay a 'virgin' until I sleep with a man, regardless of my number of female partners. Which is pretty damn bullshit and sexist. And highly oppressive especially since we're at higher risk for rape and sexual abuse. It's another reason I refuse to use the term because I don't believe a man has any right to 'claim' my 'virginity' just because he's a man. 
Rape had always been subjective as well. Even thousands of years ago, before we even had rights, there were plenty of professionals who believed that rape victims were still virgins. There were also people that didn't, so It's not definitive. Personally speaking, I don't count rape. It's not sex, It's violence. Plenty of rape victims commit suicide on a daily basis because they're not 'virgins' anymore. Imagine how many lives could be saved if survivors actually had a choice in the matter? 

There's no such thing as virginity in my opinion, because the word has no consistent definition anyway. The definition changes depending on your time period, your culture, your country. Hell, when virginity was first created, it actually wasn't even related to sex or genitals at all. The definition has changed multiple times throughout history.
HUANGXUELI Featured By Owner Sep 21, 2014
Love happens in all genders. Two girls having intentional sex, you can count that as virginity loss.

Rape is different...But...When someone says "The criminal stole the woman's virginity" it's basically rape.

I don't want the word "virgin" to be dead, but changed?
RedStars7 Featured By Owner Sep 21, 2014
I agree completely. If the word 'virgin' was changed, I would not despise the term as much as I do. I would not have a problem if two girls were included as 'loss of virginity'.

My main problem with virginity is the wording. "Lose one's virginity" sounds extremely ugly and rapey in my opinion. You don't 'lose' anything from sex; a lack of sexual experience isn't an object that someone takes or steals from you. The wording itself is why rape victims have so many struggles; they end up thinking something special was 'stolen' from them and they can't give it to their partner anymore, which I find morally wrong. I think real sex should be something we choose, not something we have 'taken' from us as I believe rape survivors can have a consensual experience that feels just as special and new as anyone else who had no experience beforehand.

But yes, I agree.
HUANGXUELI Featured By Owner Sep 23, 2014
I see what you mean. Poor souls.

Sorry if I get a little off-topic, but I've heard that in some countries woman get punished if they are raped, because they thought it was the woman's fault if it happened to them.
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