I saw a video on youtube, of this couple that had not even kissed until their wedding kiss. And the video was of their wedding kiss. Loly heck, it was the most unco thing ive ever seeeeen
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24-05-2012 12:15 #81
24-05-2012 12:17 #82
Yeh it's not a possession and shouldn't be anyone's business but yours...and if you're religious - God's ....but no one else! NOt parents, not the church, not the community and most definetly not some guy! No one's worth should be based around whether one has has sex or not!
24-05-2012 12:19 #83
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24-05-2012 12:26 #85
Haven't read all of the replies so this may have already been said....
I think it is the gift you give yourself. Not virginity per se, but rather the control over your body and deciding who you share it with. Sadly, some people have had that right to choose taken from them, but I hope that they can reclaim it .
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24-05-2012 12:56 #87
Nope not comfortable with that term being used at all.
24-05-2012 13:09 #88
24-05-2012 13:42 #89
Nope. Virginity isn't a gift. That would imply it is just a commodity. It's not. It's just a physical state of being.
If given the option of 'taking' someone's virginity, I'd say thanks but no thanks. I'd rather sleep with someone that knows what they're doing! Rofl.
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24-05-2012 13:56 #90Senior Member
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I don't think it's as black and white as saying that calling it a gift makes it a commodity.
There are many things that I would consider a gift to (or from) my husband, none of which are a commodity.
I think that we may be arguing semantics, to a point. Everyone seems to be agreeing that it is not a commodity, and should not be bought or sold. Also that considering something special and just for one person is a valid individual choice too.
The only thing people are disagreeing on is the choice of the word.
I'm a bit of a romantic, so I consider all kinds of things to be gifts... But I don't mean they are literally a thing that is exchanged or given away. E.g., if someone chooses to sacrifice something for another person - that could be considered a gift. But they might not sell it, and the other person may not have expected or asked for it. It may just be that the person in question wants that person to have that thing. Even if it's not a thing.
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