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Anything with the word "sex" after it is sex in my book. Oral sex, anal sex, vaginal sex... it's all sex. So while you may be a vaginal intercourse virgin, you've had sex. At least, that's how I see it.
After all, to define virginity as the presence (or absence) of a hymen is not all-inclusive. Some women don't have one of which to speak of through genetics, some lose theirs through physical activity, accidents, or rape, and some have difficulty fully "losing" theirs.
And also, does that mean that men can't lose their virginity? That they don't have any virginity to lose? Cause that's just not fair.
Since anal sex is still "sex" (after all, we put that word after it, don't we?) and one would have to be physically and sexually intimate to participate in it, it's the lose of virginity to me.
Besides, since it's possible to become pregnant from semen leaking out of the anus and finding its way into the vaginal canal, shouldn't it be considered equal? Or would that be an immaculate pregnancy?