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TWStuff - Can you lose your virginity too late? (27.05.09)

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Captain Crunch (1 year ago)
Ok this is embarassing to share- It's easier to regret it when you're young, because when you wait way too long as I did at 25 was a HUGE letdown. I still over 10 years later feel so much SHAME. He told me I was his 30th partner and terrible at it. I just remember crying in the bathroom feeling confused why I was so bad! When you're dorky and awkward like me it was hard to find a guy who wanted to "deal" with my inexperience. I lied to all my friends and to this day my default answer is 18 because of the FEAR of judgement. Also, ex-catholic. I also accepted it would never happpen and gave up from 22-24. Interesting, the UK perspective.
veda pierce (8 months ago)
that dude was an asshole and he didn't deserve you ! Lost my virginity at 28 to a great guy who was very sweet and understanding . You have nothing to be ashamed about.
teppolundgren (1 year ago)
Not everyone has a choice, though. There are those who can't attract a partner to have sex with, so I'd say that, for them, it's not a matter of waiting for the right person or the right time. It's a matter of being miserable their whole lives, or somehow ignoring their needs and focusing on other things. I'm personally a 40 year old, male virgin. And while I've always wanted to wait for the right woman, the fact is that there's never been a right woman to wait for. Furthermore, not only do other people find me more unattractive than I myself do, but I also suffer from crippling body image issues and social anxiety. So if the right woman magically appeared somehow, I would be too ashamed to "capitalize" on the opportunity she offered. Instead, I've turned into a freak example of how severely a lack of sexual and emotional experience can affect a human being in a negative way. I've had my problems since I was 14. And in all this time since, I've been unable to work, make new friends, socialize, have hobbies, travel or do anything that others take for granted. Had I spent this time in solitary confinement, I would be in the exact same situation right now. I'm the only one of my family and old school friends who isn't married or has children, and I'm certainly the only one of them who's never received a hug from someone. Most people can change their lot in life and make improvements. But I can't. Therapy doesn't work, and neither do antidepressants. Not to mention that, at this point, it no longer matters, because all I've got to look forward to is getting old and even more bitter. I don't like to complain to others, but imagine how you'd feel if you couldn't be together with someone because all your thoughts were occupied with feeling embarrassed for your appearance, and the fear of being judged. I haven't even seen my parents in 16 years, because I'm even afraid that they will think I'm ugly! And since they're getting on in years, my greatest fear right now is having to attend their funerals and be judged by everyone there for the way I look! I'm not an insane person, but I do realize that I'm sick. This sort of self-hatred is not normal. But while there may be no hope for me, I do hope that someone else reads this and gains a new appreciation for their own life. If I can make someone else feel less miserable in comparison, perhaps my life hasn't been a complete waste of time after all.
THUNDER CHILD (1 year ago)
I lost mine too late...was nearly midnight....very tired
veda pierce (8 months ago)
uglyblokeonabike (3 years ago)
I didn't loose my virginity until I was 46.
Achilles94627 (4 years ago)
What Amanda said at around 12:00 is absolutely right.  Men and women are different, and it's displayed most evidently with our attitudes towards sex.  Modern day feminism has encouraged women to act like men, and that's why we have more teenage pregnancies, STIs, abortions, etc. than we did 50 years ago.
DrugzRKoool (4 years ago)
23 year old virgin, due to reluctant exes, my own insecurity (I am a man with a sadly very feminine body shape) and just general indifference. If it happens, great. If not, doesn't matter. Nikola Tesla died a virgin, yet he achieved immeasurable things, so if I achieve a lot but never have sex, I wouldn't be that upset.
Vermillion 303 (1 year ago)
That's a good attitude to have. It'll probably happen. Some women like a feminine body shape on a man.
Michael Morley (5 years ago)
I'm 19 and I'm still a virgin. Nearly all of my mates have lost their virginity. Some have just done oral. But I just feel fine with my mates doing it and joking on about it. Because I hear some funny story's! It's just that I choose to stay a virgin until I feel like my heart is telling me to.
hotlips4000isback2 (5 years ago)
Your Avatar picture looks like a pedophiles mugshot, do you see the irony?...
johnny red (5 years ago)
Hahahahahaha there are still virgins in this world? Get the fuck outta here.
Vermillion 303 (1 year ago)
You've made yourself look very foolish.
Mr Rob (5 years ago)
Can you loose your virginity too late? Who gives a shit. It's none of my business when someone wants to have it away. What a stupid thing to debate.
limpnjen (5 years ago)
Never heard of this show, seems cool!
Vermillion 303 (1 year ago)
British morning show.
VF1Skullangel (5 years ago)
I don't want kids. thats my take...
hotlips4000isback2 (5 years ago)
I lost mine to a young Guy i had known for about year when i was in my early 20's.. Even before the "deed" i always felt sex wasn't for me(80%) and 20% was curiosity. Once i had done it, i knew that 80% was justified. I feel into a deep depression(i already had MD) and tried to commit suicide many times because of it :/ After feeling that low i knew i would never have sex again, a decade later, i still feel the same.
Vermillion 303 (1 year ago)
There are lots of support groups out there for asexual people.
Vermillion 303 (1 year ago)
You may be asexual, which is absolutely fine.
holtridge (6 years ago)
I lost mine at age 27 to an amazing woman. I don't regret it at all. Whoever ends up marrying her will be one lucky dude.
peridotangel83 (6 years ago)
No I dont think I will have prohblems when I do. Im sick of waiting but at least I KNOW how to do it now.
peridotangel83 (6 years ago)
Im 29 and still but I have mental issues to work out.
becky lind (6 years ago)
I think people over estimate the importance of romantic relationships. If you don't have a b/f or g/f you arn't considered complete for some reason, like something is missing, when that's bullshit, a person is whole by themselves, being in a relationship is not a prerequesite to being a whole person or happy.
Vermillion 303 (1 year ago)
If you go into a relationship not being happy being single, you're headed for problems.
becky lind (6 years ago)
Lost my virginity this year at age 25, my b/f is 27, was also a virgin. I think it's the person, not the age.
Hercules Rockerfeller (6 years ago)
I was like 9 and she was 23 and a model
Vermillion 303 (1 year ago)
Famed Games (6 years ago)
One deep for life- virgin forever women treat guys like garbage in the us so I'm OUT of the dating pool.
U.N. Owen (7 years ago)
[continued] I'm really afraid of getting older because the older I get the more afraid I become that if it should ever happen it might become a humiliating experience.
Vermillion 303 (1 year ago)
It depends on the person. If you choose wisely, someone with a good attitude, it will be fine.
U.N. Owen (7 years ago)
Well, I'm 28 and still a virgin - not because I don't want to and I don't believe in waiting for THE right one. I can't explain what's the problem (therefore there are times when I'm really down and think I'm more ugly, stupid, etc. than everybody else). The few guys who approached me were absolute scumbags, therefore I have to start talking to the guys I fancy (which is very hard for me as I'm quite shy and always get nervous as hell) and they always turn me down.
The31YearOldVirgin (7 years ago)
@littleripper333 "Age is irrelevant"? Maybe so, when you're 21. But I'd really like to hear your opinion about this in 2021...
The31YearOldVirgin (7 years ago)
"Can losing your virginity later in life be as damaging as losing it when you're young?" What a moronic question. Of course it can!
Zoster (8 years ago)
@tepporocks i'd suggest reading "sperm is from man, eggs are from women" by joe quirk. it's a light and fun read that explains a whole lot about human relations, with scientific arguments, but expressed in a very accessible (and quirky :) ) way.
Zoster (8 years ago)
@tepporocks petrucciani has 3 kids, with a non-little person (i don't know how to say this more politically correct, sorry). i doubt you are less attractive than him. the thing about finding a good genetic match is true, but it weights less for females. they have a split agenda so to say. they are looking for good genes as well as resources (which status provides). i think you can easily find non-attractive males that are either rich or famous (or both) and have females swarming around them
Zoster (8 years ago)
my take on this is: if you have someone that you feel attracted to (purely physical or in a deeper sense) that is also interested, do it. it will probably be one of the best moments of your life. don't do it because you of social pressure, or religion (which is crap anyway), just do it if you instinctively feel it is something that you want. chances are it will be a great experience.
Zoster (8 years ago)
@tepporocks mate, it all depends on what you want. no sex is better than unpleasant sex. if you're a guy, looks aren't all that important. females are a lot more interested in status, meaning if you can get good at something (or already are), you WILL be attractive, no matter how "ugly" you are. one thing i can say about sex, is that it is very different as an experience (for me at least) from what porn suggests. it's a whole other movie.
dex636 (8 years ago)
how old?

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