Verified by Psychology Today. All About Sex. Conventionally, a heterosexual virgin is a person who has not had penis-vagina intercourse PVI. Our cultural focus on losing virginity implies an either-or situation—virgin or not.
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Photo by Flickr user Jennifer Lee. It's everywhere. From movie posters to music on the radio to commercials for everything from cars to clothing, sex is ever-present in the marketing schemes of our corporate overlords. As much as virgins try to ignore it, society seems keen on rubbing its corrupt genitals in our innocent faces. For many people who have reached this point in their life without doing the deed, there's a degree of choice involved: They're "saving themselves" for religious reasons , or waiting for "the one.
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This is the first in a two-part series on virginity and purity culture. In this post, I talk about my virginity. My next post will tackle purity culture in Christianity. So here goes. This is more of an exploratory essay on my virginity, and perhaps one narrative my story in a larger conversation on why many people are not having sex in general.
The topic that dictates the plotline of every TV show, be the driving force behind all movies and be the hidden meaning behind every song lyric innuendo. What used to be a topic that was only acceptable to whisper about in the privacy of your own home is now part of our everyday interactions. Ever catch an episode of Sex and the City? Ever listen to a rap song or secretly play Boyz II Men every night? Ever put on an action flick because you know the hero is going to have a steamy make-out sesh just as the villain starts raining bullets down on his ass?