From Seventeen. Losing your virginity can be awesome but it can also just suck. Sex scenes in movies and TV shows create unrealistic expectations for your first time, so please don't do something because your favorite character did it on Season 2, Episode 12 or whatever. And just because the average age teens are losing their v-cards is about 17 doesn't mean YOU have to lose your virginity at that age. Lose it when you feel totally ready. Case closed.
Here Are Virginity Horror Stories That Will Make You Feel Better About Your Awkward First Time
Losing Your Virginity: Real Talk About the First Time You Have Sex | Teen Vogue
Virginity is a funny virtue, till such time you don't lose it, you want to be lose it. Once you lost it you wonder that was it! The drama is gone. The right, the wrong, the fears, the rebellion, the everything is just not there. It was just it!
9 people share their virginity losing stories and they're excruciating
Despite what you see on TV and in movies, having sex for the first time is rarely romantic, pleasant, or sexy. Sure, it can be—in theory. It was with my boyfriend on our one-year anniversary. My anxiety got the best of me, and I freaked out and told him to stop after the first thrust. Plus, I was the first one of my friends to have sex, so no one could tell me what to expect.
I shared a room with my older sister. She was in her bed — 10 feet away — the first time I had sex with my boyfriend. We thought we were being really sneaky; however, she casually rolled over and told my boyfriend he was doing it wrong given how quiet I was.