Finished uni but I'm still a virginWatch
Yeah there are some positives too. I enjoy the freedom of being single and I would rather be single than in a bad relationship. I just don't like being one of the few people to leave uni as a virgin.
The fact that sex involves two or more people inevitably adds someone to their track record, so you're not gonna have a blank slate in relationships if you have sex with someone.
Think of it this way: Lack of sexual experience as well as lack of experience in relationships and kissing means you remain single, while the having sex with someone even without relationships or marriage won't have you remain single. Does that make sense for you?
Why is it disappointing? Did you go to uni for an education or to sleep with someone?There's cheaper ways to lose your virginity than to spend thousands of pounds on tuition fees, accommodation, books etc.
I have finished uni and I still haven't lost my virginity. I'm so disappointed about this and I think that if I haven't been able to do this while at uni I've got little chance of doing this after uni. I really fell like I've missed out and that my uni experience is incomplete.
Both. I'm on track for a 2.1 but I'm disappointed that I didn't sleep with anyone. I know there are cheaper ways but I don't agree with doing that and I want to sleep with someone who wants to sleep with me.
I meant you could have found someone to sleep with before uni, not pay for it; did you never meet any girls before then? If you're disappointed about not having had sex for the sake of losing your virginity, even if it was with someone who wanted to sleep with you, that's a bit of a sad attitude. Going to uni shouldn't come with an expectation of sleeping with someone, and that's not something you should carry forward. Anyway, what's the big deal about being a virgin in your early 20s? Just because other people have had sex doesn't mean you have to.