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    if you really wanna loose it, as smart people telling you to wait on here havent been able to persuade you, get the **** off your computer and TSR and go get some, you loser.

    it seems obvious that you are settled on wanting to loose it so this thread title and the tread itself is pretty pointless. It should read something like:

    'im 17 and want to loose my virginity, where can i get some?'

    spending time on TSR isnt going to help you get laid, so go find a nice lad, or a girl with a stap on as someone had previously suggested. (not a bad idea considering how desperate and immature you sound)
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    Because I think of it as my business
    Think about it; people don't go around with signs saying 'I'M A VIRGIN!' or 'I'M A NON-VIRGIN!'. Seriously.
    What do you think is going to happen that's so bad if you don't anyway? It's not like you'll be banned from places because of it :rolleyes:.
    As I've said, I'd just rather lose it. Not exactly out of the ordinary.
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    (Original post by Arctic_wombaT)
    if you really wanna loose it, as smart people telling you to wait on here havent been able to persuade you, get the **** off your computer and TSR and go get some, you loser.
    Alright, I'll just go into town and 'get some'. Not really as simple as that.
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    WAIT! I was 20 and in a relationship, it was great - no pain, no nerves because we had already fooled around loads, and best of all he didn't leave me the next day like a one night stand. It doesn't matter how old you are, what matters is if it means something or not.
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    Title's wrong, I dont want to wait.
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    Right, if you want to lose your virginity for the sake of it and to get it over and done with, then I suggest you wait. Sex is emotionally restraining and if you're not completely ready, it's not gonna end well.

    If, however, you simply just want to have sex because of sex itself, not because of losing something completely arbitrary, I don't see a problem with it. The way to achieve this is to go out there and meet guys and flirt with them and see where it gets you. The easiest way to pull a guy is probably to get drunk, go out clubbing with your friends and try to hit on guys. A lot of them are quite willing in that state. Although, I don't recommend it unless you're completely comfortable with yourself and are sure you can handle having a one night stand. A lot of people feel a bit used/sad/dirty after one, or just simply regret it. Basically, the more you get out there, go to paries, socialise with your friends and new people, the more of a chance you have to meet someone you could possibly have sex with.
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    This thread is the equivalent of sitting in your room alone, rocking back and forth in the foetal position muttering, "I want to have sex, I want to have sex," and expecting someone wanting sex to suddenly appear.

    Get off the internet?
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    (Original post by Apfel)
    This thread is the equivalent of sitting in your room alone, rocking back and forth in the foetal position muttering, "I want to have sex, I want to have sex," and expecting someone wanting sex to suddenly appear.

    Get off the internet?
    lol, yeah true. but it's raining.

    I see what you mean, anon, about the whole 'respect' thing, and to and contrary to what some people on this thread has said, there is actually a bit of a fuss at uni as to who is a virgin and who isn't, although probably less so than at school/college etc. Generally, though, guys get kudos for getting laid, and not so much in girls. However it depends who you are. Some people I know I'm like "oh ja, i totally respect them for being a virgin" and then some people i'm like "yeah man, they is cool cos they is a player", for both girls and boys. I think it matters most if you're just comfortable talking about that kinda thing. The guy who's really awkward to girls and is obviously a virgin is a bit of a loser, ha. Same as the ugly chick who claims to be a lesbian, lol, sorry. I'm being brutally honest! It's for your own good!

    So yeah, if you're really awkward about being a virgin, just go out and do it. You may kinda regret it afterwards, but probably not enough for it to be a big deal. Hmm, you don't really need friends to go out on your own to pull someone, guys will be less afraid of approaching you if you're on your own. Hmm... however, this could be dangerous. Look if you ask me, if you're friends aren't that type of person, just go with what your friends are doing. 'don't try to be anyone else, blah blah', it's kinda true, your friends will probably think you're a **** if you put yourself out loads. besides, if you're friends aren't like that, you're probably all nerds, that's not really bad thing, but losing your virginity isn't going to change anything. I can't stand the nerds who try to reinvent themselves at uni, there are loads of them though.
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    (Original post by Apfel)
    This thread is the equivalent of sitting in your room alone, rocking back and forth in the foetal position muttering, "I want to have sex, I want to have sex," and expecting someone wanting sex to suddenly appear.

    Get off the internet?

    wtf I think it's a bit different to that.
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    You'll regret losing it with someone you don't care about.
    Do the smart thing and wait till you find someone you can share it with lovingly rather than being a piece of meat to someone. You said yourself you don't have any close male friends, that seems to me like you have little experience being close to guys and that this whole thing is going to end in tears.
    I read countless times 'I just want to get it out of the way'' get what out the way...It's sex....BIG DEAL. It's not something you should be itching to have just because you want to do it. i think that's stupid and if you truly think you should be losing it to 'get it over with' then you clearly are not mature enough to be having sex.

    No one can stop you but at the end of the day, if you do, only your the one to blame for letting it happen.
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    i don't see why it matters...
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    (Original post by Jinxy)
    You'll regret losing it with someone you don't care about.
    Do the smart thing and wait till you find someone you can share it with lovingly rather than being a piece of meat to someone. You said yourself you don't have any close male friends, that seems to me like you have little experience being close to guys and that this whole thing is going to end in tears.
    I read countless times 'I just want to get it out of the way'' get what out the way...It's sex....BIG DEAL. It's not something you should be itching to have just because you want to do it. i think that's stupid and if you truly think you should be losing it to 'get it over with' then you clearly are not mature enough to be having sex.

    No one can stop you but at the end of the day, if you do, only your the one to blame for letting it happen.
    I wouldn't trust someone with a disney avatar and purple writing about sex
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    I think that you should decide for youself when your ready, no one should influence your decisions on this matter as it is a personal choice.
    That said, I think there would be less "pressure" at university, because people probably keep themselves to themselves more (maybe m being naive!), instead of gossiping about everyone, yknow? Maybe because there are more people at a university than at a sixth form. Wait, are you even still IN sixth form?
    Anyhow, hope that helped!
    =)
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    (Original post by SixStrings)
    I wouldn't trust someone with a disney avatar and purple writing about sex
    You are actually joking, right?...
    I have been on this forum far longer than you, your probably a troll so get out.
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    (Original post by IQ Test)
    I think that you should decide for youself when your ready, no one should influence your decisions on this matter as it is a personal choice.
    That said, I think there would be less "pressure" at university, because people probably keep themselves to themselves more (maybe m being naive!), instead of gossiping about everyone, yknow? Maybe because there are more people at a university than at a sixth form. Wait, are you even still IN sixth form?
    Anyhow, hope that helped!
    =)
    I am still IN sixth form.
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    Alright, I'll just go into town and 'get some'. Not really as simple as that.
    Why? You said you don't care about who you lose it to, and you have made it clear you don't want to wait too much longer. You're a girl, and chances are you aren't repulsive looking. It's not exactly hard to find a guy your age interested in sex. I don't get what the point of you being on here is when you've told everyone who's advised you to wait that you don't want to.
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    Anon or delete.
    I dont go clubbing/out drinking, dont have a boyfriend.

    Am I just going to have to wait till Uni?
    I'm 17, going to Uni next year.
    Hey hun am 17, and im a virgin too theres no shame in it it jus shows you respect your self thats all you dont need to rush it. i dont intend to loose it any time soon either so just wait till the times right with the right person you feel much better if you have it rather than have lost it to a mistake or to some one who did'nt make it to your future. plus i have only been to a club once that was abroad wen i went on holiday its not all that but i did have a nice time with my friends, so chill x
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    (Original post by Jinxy)
    You are actually joking, right?...
    I have been on this forum far longer than you, your probably a troll so get out.
    Why don't you get out you join date elitist.
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    (Original post by SixStrings)
    Why don't you get out you join date elitist.
    People like you make me laugh. Shows how 'intelligent' you actually are.
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    (Original post by amandacalifornia)
    Why? You said you don't care about who you lose it to, and you have made it clear you don't want to wait too much longer. You're a girl, and chances are you aren't repulsive looking. It's not exactly hard to find a guy your age interested in sex. I don't get what the point of you being on here is when you've told everyone who's advised you to wait that you don't want to.

    Its not as simple as going into town and finding some random guy. I dont clubbing or out drinking and I cant exacly go on my own. So it would be hard for me to find someone.
 
 
 
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