This is not a sexist article. This is about both sexes… is that sexist? I’m not sure… but I’d like to set out there, the fact… that HARD fact about virginity.
You see, it’s like this… guys are never virgins. At least they don’t claim to be… in most cases, anyway. Go on, ask a guy. Ask any guy is he’s a virgin. 90% virgin guys will deny being one. Most responses to this question go along the lines of “heck no” or “fuck no” and all kinds of other “no”s. In the rare cases that they DO agree that they are a virgin, its around girls and they want something out of the girl, such as a chance to get into her pants. Hoping that the girl will like him for his “honesty” and sympathize with him and let him ride her for the two seconds that he will. But NEVER around guys, because its “emasculating”.
True story: I know two… no, make that three guys who accept their virginity. But to be totally fair, one of them is clinically depressed, the other one is an uber geek, and I’m not certain about the next one’s sexuality. I realized, as I JUST wrote the last sentence that… damn, I got some fucked up friends! Seriously… funny I never noticed that before… meh. Takes one to know one, right?
Girls, on the other hand, are ALWAYS virgins. Never once will a girl claim to be otherwise… well, Maldivian girls anyway… because they are afraid of being given the label of “slut” or “whore” or something that’s relevant to that category. My theory is, this façade is a girls’ tool of “survival” in the community. I mean, if you care so much about having a clean name, why sleep around? Sometimes girls even don’t tell even their closest friends. That’s fucked up right there. I heard that the infamous “Naraka Fareedha” still moans “dear God, my virginity!” when she’s being “explored”.
True story: I know a guy… lets call him John. He met a girl… ummm … Cindy. So John started talking to her and Cindy claimed to be a virgin, but I knew otherwise, because I knew her Ex, Matt. Matt had told me about his ‘conquest’. Anyways, I didn’t tell John this, because it wasn’t any of my business. But then John came and told be about his ‘expedition’ on Cindy. I’m sparing you the details. John wasn’t that merciful on me. But here’s the kicker in this story… John and Cindy broke up shortly after. And purely by coincidence, Cindy was being called by Steve, another friend of mine. (I know too many people) anyways, and she told Steve she was a virgin too. Thus, the myth of the female virginity.
This observation is just one factor of society. Such is the hypocrisy of the human nature.