Does 'oral sex' count as losing your virginity?
Oral sex is not counted as loosing the virginity , as the hymen is in tact.
A lot of people don't count oral sex as losing their virginity. Not as many, but still a lot of people don't count sex either if its just for the experience with someone they have no feelings for.
Women have three holes that are generally used for sex: The vagina (sex), the mouth (oral sex), and the anus (anal sex). Oral sex does not count in losing ones virginity. Different kinds of sex are then specified by position. There are multiple ways to orient a girl whilst having intercourse. You can bend her over, be on top, have her on top, have her on top facing away from you. The Kamasutra is a… Read More
Medically you have lost your virginity when you have had penetrative sex with a member of the opposite sex, that is when the males penis has inserted into the females vagina during sex. But everybody sees it differently, some people think oral sex can be considered losing your virginity, others think virginity is something you give away and cannot be taken fro you even if you are raped for instance.
Yes. Any penetration is considered losing your virginity.
It depends on what you think is virginity. If you think that only a guy with a penis penetrating your vagina is losing your virginity then a woman who hasn't been penetrated by that cant lose her virginity. I think the term virginity is not only on the physical level, but on the emotional and spiritual level. And a woman can penetrate you on the physical, emotional and spiritual level without having to penetrate you… Read More
The only way you can lose your virginity is if a man inserts his penis in your vagina If you masturbate you are still a virgin Also if you have oral sex you could be considered a virgin by some people and a non virgin by others
it symbolizes sex and losing your virginity
Some believe no, they cannot and can only lose it during penetration with a male, while others say sex is a very broad term and that if two girls are performing sexual acts on each other (including oral sex, fingering, using sex toys, or licking), then they are having sex. They would count that as loss of virginity.
When speaking about loosing virginity one usually mean vaginally which require sexual intercourse.
You wont lose your virginity until you have sex
there are lots of ways to have sex oral sex intercorse masterbation hand jobs rubbing some religions how ever consider intimate anything as sex and things you should only do when married and you can lose your virginity any way but in common society most people consider losing your virginity when they stick there penis in all the way that is intercorse sex and most people consider that sex
to have sex for the first time.
No. Losing your virginity doesn't hurt.
Virginity can be defined By not having vaginal sex, or for a man never having penetrated another person. some say that oral sex is not ''real sex'' but it is. any sex that you use your genitals for is real sex.
i assume since you are asking this you have/want to "dry hump" as a substitute for sex and losing your virginity and no, it does not work like that. "dry humping, oral sex and "petting" are great subs for having sex. but do not forget to use a dental dam or condoms for oral. you can make a dental dam by taking a condom and cutting the rubber into a square and placing it over… Read More
well virginity for starters means your a virgin, which means you haven't had sex before, so if you want to lose your virginity then all you have to do is have sex. and no humping a wall doesn't count
That depends on how you define losing your virginity. If you define loosing your virginity as performing a sex act, be it gay sex or otherwise, the you can lose your virginity by just having sex. If you believe there needs to be penetration for it to be sex, then you would have to use some sort of dildo or fingers to lose your virginity. Really, it all depends on what constitutes sex to you.
You would have sex. A "popped cherry" is slang for tearing a woman's hymen and losing virginity. So if you have sex for the first time, then you lose your virginity, and usually tear the hymen.
The same way as a heterosexual male: by having sex. The concept of "losing virginity" is archaic, and not specific. In general, any person who has sex, gay or straight, loses virginity. The kind of sex required to be in that category depends on many factors, including culture and personal identity.
Typically, no. Most people define virginity as vaginal intercourse, which would mean any other sexual practice, i.e. anal sex, oral sex, masturbation, etc. would not cause a woman to lose her virginity. However, some people/cultures believe that a woman has lost her virginity when she first makes sexual contact with another person. (This would mean that anal sex, oral sex, and masturbation, etc. WOULD cause a woman to lose her virginity.) Again, it depends on… Read More
You can call it sex, but it is not sexual intercourse which is the definition of losing your virginity. As long as a penis does not go into a vagina, the definition of a virgin remains. To lose virginity, penile penetration has to occur.
It means you have lost your virginity to someone by means of oral sex.
It's considered a sexual act but if your wondering if it takes your virginity the answer is no.
They had sex, but she didn't want to...so it's technically rape. So, it doesn't count by saying she lost her virginity.
If you've had sex then you've popped your cherry, as it's a slang term for losing your virginity.
this differs according to cultures however, most agree on this: one loses their virginity when there is vaginal penetration with a penis. some, however, believe virginity can also be lost through oral or anal sex. self satisfaction, however, through fingering yourself, keeps you a virgin. no, loosing your virginity involves sexual intercourse with a person of the opposite sex.
To most people, sex and losing ones virginity means actual intercourse, aka a penis inserted into a vagina, but to many people, the term "sex" is defined by the mere act of love and intimacy, so therefore, actual intercourse involving penetration of some sort wouldn't be necessary. This is especially common lingo (though not exactly limited) in the gay community To "another", are you referring to another female? Technically and historically, losing your virginity has… Read More
It really just depends. Some girls don't bleed during the actual sex but after or hours later. Most girls when losing their virginity do bleed slightly though.
Virginity in the broadest sense means never having been used. Sex is the most common context for this, though the term can be used in many other ways. So breaking or losing virginity means you have had sex. There are different definitions of virginity. Some use it to refer only to vaginal sex, while others use the term in reference to *any* sex act involving another person. Or they may specify virginity for each activity… Read More
Yes. Losing your virginity can only be done by having sex. D&C may puncture your hymen, also known as the "cherry", but that does not mean your not a virgin anymore. You are a virgin until you have sex.
Yes, anal sex is still sex. There was penetration. Some people say it doesn't count, but they are depending on technicalities.
Yes, because having sex sends your body a signal that it needs to prepare its self for childbirth
The three standard ways are oral, anal, and vaginal sex. There are also hand jobs which i don't know if they count as sex.
This is a very tricky question. physically it means that the girl is ready for sex. however it is the psychological factor that plays a big role in it. losing virginity has different meaning in different parts of the world. those belonging to the old school considering protecting the virginity a virtue. however, with time virginity now is not a treasured thing any more. it is you mind set that will determine whether losing or… Read More
There is no fruit inside your vagina, and nothing pops from inserting a tampon or anything else. This term can mean your hymen, this is tissue that surrounds the vaginal opening - normally it doesn't cover much of the vaginal opening and it's flexible so can stretch, thus not only allowing tampons to pass through but larger things too without it needing to tear. The hymen can be torn if insertion/penetration is rough or forced… Read More
By definition, one loses their virginity by having sex. So, yes. Sex is the only way by which you can lose your virginity.
yes u dumb fark its called dry sex . and u cant lose ur virginity over it so u can do it y ur parents home
loosing ones virginity is when you have sexual intercorse. some people consider having oral sex for the first time also loosing your virginity but if the hymen didnt break but you still had intercourse, its still considered loosing ones viginity.
Losing virginity is constituted by sexual intercourse. Any way, you may as well not bother with "sexual play" unless you're planning on having sex with that person, and perhaps having an actual relationship.
By having sexual intercourse; the same is with a guy. a man has sex with her for the first time and who ever did that took her vrginity. ==================================================== The point of loosing of one's virginity is an opinion Some say erotic kissing and self masturbation is a loss of one's virginity. Some say the loosing of your virginity is fingering. Some say if oral sex is involved, your virginity is gone Some saying if… Read More
A common myth about tampons, which continues to this day despite sex education...or maybe it speaks for how bad sex education is...is that tampons can 'take' your virginity. Virginity refers to whether or not someone has had sex, there is no physical change when a person has sex and nothing about tampons can effect your virginity - only consensual sex can effect virginity.
When you have sex, you have broken your virginity.
First, I think you mean menstrual cycle, and second, yes. Losing your virginity has nothing to do with menstruation. You may bleed when you have sex the first time, but that is not the same thing as your period. Considering how completely uninformed you seem to be, I suggest not having sex yet. Get yourself educated, maybe wait until you are a little older.
It's slang for a girl losing her virginity. The first time a woman has sex, her hymen breaks, causing her to bleed. Someone related that red color to a cherry.
You don't. If someone is going to lose their virginity to someone else, it is the person who is losing their virginity that makes the decision. You can let her/him know you are interested in sex and then go from there. If you cant ask because its too awkward or something then you probably arent ready anyway.
That's actually a really interesting question! Generally we use the term "virgin" when talking about intercourse. And there are other debates about whether anal sex counts as taking a girl's "virginity". I don't think there's a scientific answer. Many people would agree that oral sex would not harm virginity, but as far as two guys having anal sex, I think that you would at least have lost your "anal virginity". Since it's the man doing… Read More
Well, yes and no. Its is blatantly about the first prom dance, but you don't have to stretch your imagination to far to figure out that, underneath, it's about losing their virginity.
Clearly, engaging in sex the first time is the reason virginity is lost. Beyond that, though, there are many reasons a person could make the decision to have sex the first time. Girls and boys in school might think it is something that is expected of them or could think that it makes them more grown-up. Girls and women might decide to lose their virginity in order to become pregnant, either because they want a… Read More
It depends on your precise definition of virginity. Having an intact hymen is an indication of virginity. However, the hymen can be broken by means other than sexual intercourse. By vigorous sports or masturbation for instance. That is why a broken hymen is not always an indication that a female has had sexual intercourse. Generally speaking a girl losing her virginity means having full penetrative vaginal intercourse with a male for the first time.
That is a very interesting question it actually stumped me too be honest, i think sex is sex, so if you have sex with a woman I'm sure it would still be considered sex, losing your v card in this situation would seem rather sophisticated as technically homosexual female sex is classified as fingering and/or licking out. (scissoring)