I DON'T :)
well, in the western world it maybe true with the concept of dating and everything but the way we are brought up back home, even thinking about it being a taboo, I dont think it is true..But I have wondered at times about it when I witnessed the increasing live-ins and listening to girls bragging about how they lost it.. it was like my head spinning at the speed of the earth :((.
i dnt really think it is true here :-/
annayi...naaku illantidi okkati mail vachindi...adi naa blog lo post chedamanukunna...kaani ekkada mana akkalu nanu kodataronani drop ayya...actual ga aa article about re virginity...sarle avani enduku gaani...enti sangatulu ela undi nee worku...?
i would say yes - and that will make me a prude....but as everything in life - this is also one bodily function that one needs to explore and learn and understand rather than waiting for the d-day of marriage - many couples sometimes suffer in silence when they are not intimately compatible....even if i was in india - i would say the same thing - but honestly i had severe lack of opportunities ;)
LOl..I have come across this.I think I'll agree to it...hehehe !!
But yeah, I mean the opportunity in a good way.Not just any lay or a one-night stand or something like that !
Virginity is overrated. Infact it's just another bodily aspect.Keshi.
@keerthieven me@sreedid ur head stopped spinning now?@veensmee too@kkantha ok baasu. not bad@ceedywill try to eplore as u commented... :P@solitaireme too@cindrellau agree!!!!! but i also agree with u as long as it's not a one-night flame@mezi also felt the same. but had a hearty laugh when i read it for the first time@keshiwht do u say finally?
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