So I am ready to begin a relationship with a new boy after getting out of a bad relationship. What was so bad about it? Well, I am a virgin. The boy I was dating said he was a virgin. The six girls he has had sex with say otherwise. :-(
So let me ask you this: how do you tell if a guy is a virgin? I mean for real is there some kind of test? I don't intend to give my virginity to somebody who's going to load me up with a bunch of STDs so I am waiting till marriage. I guess your wedding night would be a really bad time to find out that your husband isn't a virgin and lied to you the whole time you have been together.
I know some of you are probably thinking that I just need to trust that the guy is a virgin because he says so, and you are right, but I trusted this last guy... Imagine my surprise when a cell phone video of him having sex with two girls at the same time showed up on just about everybody's phone at school including mine.
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SecretDreamer95 answered Saturday March 6 2010, 4:12 am: he could get stds by foreplay doesn't have to have sex. there's no way you can tell..and most guys say they are not virgins when they really are they think it makes them sound manly but it doesnt lol. this is only some men not all. like the person that answered before the only way to know is the truth but if the girlfriend isn't a virgin what guy will come out and say that he is.. [ SecretDreamer95's advice column | Ask SecretDreamer95 A Question ]
orphans answered Saturday March 6 2010, 12:44 am: You cant test a guy for being a virgin. At least with a girl, theres a slight possibility of the hymen- the male has no equivalent. The truth is the only way.
You can obviousely test for STD's- if he's a virgin, he wont have STD's. If he's not a virgin, he may, or may not have STD's. Long story short- No...theres no sure way of working out whether a male is a virgin. Hope i helped :) [ orphans's advice column | Ask orphans A Question ]
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