Going to Uni a Virgin? Minority or majority?Watch
Maybe it's grown back
Well, I've been going to all-girls Catholic schools all my life (14 years so far) so i guess you could say i've grown up in an environment where everyone around you thinks it's normal (and right) to stay a virgin until marriage... so i don't know whether my opinion will change when i go to uni but I doubt it.
I wish I was catholic then I would have an excuse
I went to uni virgin and still I am
I've had the opportunity - a 2year relationship and an offer from a very creepy guy but I've chosen not to take it until I'm clear on what my beliefs about it are.
I mean, it can't grow back but it can be taken at any time....
About 2/3 of my friends have gone to uni virgins.
It doesn't really matter - it's not like you have a sticker on your forehead.
Should make this a pole. I reckon it would be a majority actually.
As if... That's ridiculous. The vast majority of 18 year olds are NOT virgins.
That's probably right as the average age to lose it is 17, so maths would mean it's probably the minority...just.
<< Statistics`DiscreteDistributions` dist1 = PoissonDistribution N[CDF[dist1, 18]] 0.654958
So, 65.5% of people have lost there virginity by 18. That would leave 34.5% (about a third) left who still haven't lost there virginity, a clear minority.