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.
It shouldn't be.
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.
no, it's a wonderful gift that you can give to someone you love, if you are able to keep it.
In these days yes.
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.
That's why it's usually chicks who wait.
Is stigma an enigma?
IDK. All I know is a high school I use to work at had an 88% STD rate.
If you're female no. If you're male yes.
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.
Gay men get an easier time than virgin straight males. So maybe.