In these open-minded times, one taboo has held steady: never having had sex at all. Four thirtysomething virgins explain how they deal with the stigma. If it seems as though taboos about sex have lifted in these ostensibly open-minded times, there is one that holds steady: the stigma over never having had sex. It may be that later-in-life virginity is dismissed as a problem with an easy fix. And the most recent data available, from , suggests that just 2.
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Was I doing anything wrong? During that period, when Spice Girls ruled the world and Backstreet Boys were the main boy band, I was their biggest fan and I was never ashamed of it. I had heard, multiple times, that I was a girly boy by the boys in school but the word gay was unknown to me. I had never heard or even considered it. I found kisses to be extremely interesting and I was unafraid to ask girls in my class to kiss me. I kissed a guy once in an early age, but that was of course just a part of a game If we kiss, you kiss, get it? I got closer and closer to figuring out who I was and what I was all about.
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I used sex as an outlet to vent my fears and frustrations with my parents, with no thought of what might happen if I caught an STI. The real possibility of having to explain to my religious family what I had been doing never crossed my mind. I was lucky that I never had to face that scenario. Thanks to a culture that is and always will be hetero-oriented, queer people are often delayed. Many of us wait until we have safe space and medical resources to start having sex.