im 14 turning 15 soon..

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    is 15 too young to loose my virginity?
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    is 15 too young to loose my virginity?
    Lose*
    Therefore not old enough:rolleyes:

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    Yes.

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    Yes.

    This was a constructive discussion!
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    what is this life

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    Yes according to UK law. You need to make your own decision based on how you feel about the other person, not based on peer pressure.
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    Posting this on a site full of horny virgins probably wasn't the best idea..
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    You're not even of the legal age yet
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    No kids before your 40s. You need a life, career and to make a name for yourself first. Sex has the sole purpose of making babies, so wait until you're 40.
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    I get the desire to lose your virginity and waiting won't really do much except postpone it. If you're going to lose it, actually know what you're doing first. Don't want to get pregger or make a pregger at 15.
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    go get a kid mate lose your vplates fam
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    (Original post by Plantagenet Crown)
    Posting this on a site full of horny virgins probably wasn't the best idea..
    I was literally about to post your comment.
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    (Original post by AlexFam)
    No kids before your 40s. You need a life, career and to make a name for yourself first. Sex has the sole purpose of making babies, so wait until you're 40.
    A bit old isn't it?
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    (Original post by FIFA 17)
    A bit old isn't it?
    Perfect age.
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    (Original post by AlexFam)
    Perfect age.
    My dad's 55 and I'm 16, my sister is 10 and my brother is 15.
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    drink a water first if nothing lelse 2 yung
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    (Original post by AlexFam)
    No kids before your 40s. You need a life, career and to make a name for yourself first. Sex has the sole purpose of making babies, so wait until you're 40.
    Wtf that's ridiculously late. I'd say 35 is the perfect time.
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    Loosening up of the virginity is actually a better phrase than 'losing virginity', because most girls actually still have intact hymens after their first sexual experience, it's still tight, just a bit looser I guess
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    (Original post by carolinehj)
    Wtf that's ridiculously late. I'd say 35 is the perfect time.
    It was actually a joke post,,,,
 
 
 
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