People lose their sexual virginity and there is nothing spectacular about that, but we can still find a lot of stereotypical crap about something that is perfectly normal.
Lets begin with gender differences and how society divides males and females in terms of sexual activity, especially when virginity is the focus. Every boy will get some fatherly advice, like “be smart, use a condom” or “try not to destroy your future”, Whereas girls will ultimately find out that being the one without a penis is to be one without dignity. Every girl is a slut and every boy is a stud even when we live in the stereotypes of the 21st century. Unfortunately things haven’t changed much from the Middle Ages when sexual activity is in question.
Another piece of crap about virginity is the age issue. When is a right time to lose virginity, on your 15th, 17th, or 19th birthday?
The right time for an active sexual live is very subjective and depends on whether a certain person is physically or psychologically developed for that event. If maturity is not present for the individual, then premature sex can be very traumatic. Some people can have sex at 15 years and others are not comfortable yet when they are 20 or even 25 years old, and that’s totally normal.
Another piece of crap about sex is the influence on the young population that is coming from the porn industry. I don’t want to sound like someone that is against porn movies, but my statement is that sex on TV is completely different from sex in real life and sexual education must not be taught in that way.
Sex can indicate love, sex can indicate fun, but it can never indicate obligation. Cut the crap!
This article was originally published on Best Way World.