Do girls at uni care if the lad is a virgin?

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Anonymous #1
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Is it a turn off or do they not really care?
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They don’t care. In some cases it could be a turn on.

I’m going into my third year and I am a virgin
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It depends on the individual girl, the type of guy that she is attracted to and the relationship that she wants.
Some girls prefer to date virgins who are waiting until marriage just as they are.
Other girls are only looking for hookups with sexually experienced guys with a particular look or personality type.
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Tons of virgins at uni, nobody cares. It'll mean ur not experienced but frankly I've not found much correlation between their experience and the quality of sex so again, it matters not.
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Some won't mind, some will. I was a virgin at 20 and the woman I finally slept with found it a huge turn-off.
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Personally I’d prefer it if a guy was a virgin. That’s not to say it’s bad if they’re not but if they’ve got a super high body count that is kinda a turn off for me and gives off intense player vibes
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I finished university as a kissless virgin (male) and feel bad, so think it probably matters more after uni then when you're still at it
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