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Losing virginity on ONS? watch

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    has anyone done it and not regretted it?
    Personally, it's the way I want to lose mine, but Ive seen on here numerous times, people seem to disagree with it.
    I mean if your first times going to be not great, Id want to lose it to someone I'm likely to never see again.

    Anyone do it this way?
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    Do it the way you think is best for you, don't do it based on the views of anonomous forum users!
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    Good grief, no.

    I'm not exactly fond of the fella I lost my virginity too, but I'm glad I knew him even so.
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    I wouldn't mind if it was a one night stand...only because I have little self worth and don't believe that I could love anyone enough for it to mean anything. I think they sound kinda exciting but then again you don't know what they may have. There are pros and cons to it. If you're gonna do it then be wise and be protected!
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    You may think you won't regret it. But you will.

    I thought exactly like you but i did know the person even if i didn't know much about him.

    I thought i wouldn't regret it, but i do!
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    I lost mine when I was 15.
    And I dont regret it, I had known the guy for some time, like 4months, and he was older, 19.
    But, I wouldnt suggest losing it on a ONS, its up to you though, if thats what you want, you do it like that
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    i lost it on a ONS and i don't regret it! i swore like hell and ran naked to the bathroom to take a piss loads... something i would have been way embarrassed about if i knew the guy well...lol. just do it when you feel it's right whether thats with someone you know or a ONS.
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    I lost it in a one night stand, in the sense i'd been with the guy doing other stuff once before, but it was the second time we met. I found it very difficult to keep my emotions seperate, so it might be a bad idea for you to do it if you think you'll get attached and want more from the person.
    Then again, when I lost it, i bled A LOT. so i was quite embarrassed, and glad i didn't know the person better.
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    I lost it on a ONS. Don't regret it at all. It was fun!
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    I'm so glad I lost mine to someone I was with at the time.

    Otherwise I might've gotten rid of one thing and ended up with another if you know what I'm getting at...
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    (Original post by edithwashere)
    I lost it in a one night stand, in the sense i'd been with the guy doing other stuff once before, but it was the second time we met. I found it very difficult to keep my emotions seperate, so it might be a bad idea for you to do it if you think you'll get attached and want more from the person.
    Then again, when I lost it, i bled A LOT. so i was quite embarrassed, and glad i didn't know the person better.
    are you the blonde ?

    damn shes hot
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    i didnt loose mine to a one night stand
    but i lost a lot of self respect because of the one night stand
    i think you should be comfortable with the person you loose it to
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    (Original post by SonnyCharlotte)
    I lost mine when I was 15.
    And I dont regret it, I had known the guy for some time, like 4months, and he was older, 19.
    But, I wouldnt suggest losing it on a ONS, its up to you though, if thats what you want, you do it like that
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    fair enough at 19 going for a girl 2 or 3 years younger, but you slept with a 19 year old at 15?
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    office of national statistics?

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    I did, don't care. But I'm a guy, I'm sure you girls see differently.
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    It's not going to be the best... which is why you spend more time with that person practising and getting it right
    So it's better when your in a relationship tbh
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    Would not advise it.

    You can go through a lot of emotions and feelings, physically and mentally when you lose it. You have no idea how you're going to react. I can't possibly imagine why someone would risk that with someone who might not take care of them or understand how they feel. Could lead to a lot of upset and regret. If you want to lose it quickly, at least ask a male friend who you can trust. You may well find yourself in a situation you cant deal with on a ONS and then you really are screwed, because it's not like you'd have previous experience of sex or anything that goes with it. I can say that afterwards you will probably end up feeling cheap, used or unfulfilled (at least mentally).

    Really would not do this. Oh and i'm not one of those women that's going to preach to you about 'being in love' with the person you lose it to. I was when I lost mine and it's one thing I was very lucky for. Truth is, most people aren't and if you're going to lose it, especially being female, i'd tell you to lose it to someone you know is actually a decent person.
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    I don't think I'm still technically a virgin but definitely think I've missed out on lots of sex in my youth. I'm currently looking for a casual partner on the net.

    TBH I wouldn't lose it on a ONS unless you've become pretty desperate.
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    just ask a friend if you want to lose it.
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    No mate, don't do it.
 
 
 
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