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And if so, why?
siamul siamul 22-25, M 16 Answers Jan 7, 2013 in Dating & Relationships

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I'd say only if you believe so. Because a stigma is a mark of disgrace or discredit; and, frankly, I don't see why being a virgin would be such a mark. I see it rather as a lack of experience. And should it derive from psychological or psychiatric problems, I still wouldn't see it as a stigma, no more than if it derived from a physical problem; it would derive from what we could call a medical problem, period. I'd say quite a question of education and culture. Some rather ignorant and inconsiderate people, I think, do see it as a stigma, as they do see as a stigma having some serious psychological or psychiatric problem. As they say in medicine (this would apply if virginity derived from a medical problem), some patients' worst enemies are others' ignorance, incomprehension.

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It shouldn't be.

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Not really. If you're like 40 years old and still a virgin, yeah, it's a bit of stigma at that point, but otherwise, no.

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no, it's a wonderful gift that you can give to someone you love, if you are able to keep it.

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In these days yes.

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Stigma if you wanted to get laid but couldn't or an accolade if you had lots of offers and opportunities but were saving yourself for the second coming of Christ.

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Only to find that Christ isn't into dudes.

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That's why it's usually chicks who wait.

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Is stigma an enigma?

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it suks

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IDK. All I know is a high school I use to work at had an 88% STD rate.

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If you're female no. If you're male yes.

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Damn.

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Therefore, all men should ******* each other in the a s s. Now no one will be stigmatized because men will no longer be virgins and women will stay virgins. Problem solved.

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Gay men get an easier time than virgin straight males. So maybe.

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