Losing virginity to the one you love

Contributor: .kaycat .kaycat
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How do you feel about that?
Was your first time with someone you love?
I am still with my first c:
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    I am personally offended by this
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Contributor: married with children married with children
yes, we both waited until we where with someone who we loved and wanted to spend the rest of our lives with. And we are still together after 20 years.
Contributor: VeganChick (is Gone) VeganChick (is Gone)
I waited until I knew it was right for me, and now we are getting married.
Contributor: SMichelle SMichelle
I think it's great to wait for the one that you love, but I also don't regret the fact that I didn't wait for the one that I love.
Contributor: ShadowedSeductress ShadowedSeductress
I'm still with my first and i think it's great.

I don't look down on someone who didn't lose it to someone they loved. I know some people just want to get it out of the way. I hung out with a lot of older people, and my virginity was actually a bad thing at times. A lot of guys were more interested in me because of it. They however, weren't virgins.
Contributor: ChubbyNerd ChubbyNerd
I lost my virginity to my ex boyfriend, I thought we were in love.
Contributor: Hummingbird Hummingbird
How do you feel about that? - I sometimes wish I had waited, my first time was for all the wrong reasons.
Was your first time with someone you love? - Today, yes I wish I had waited to be with someone I loved the first time and someone that loved to pleasure me as well.
Contributor: AmethystQueen AmethystQueen
I waited for my first love and we're happily married now. My hubby didn't. I wish he had waited for me though.
Contributor: Ryuson Ryuson
I wish I'd waited, but at the same time not doing (or doing) something like that could have caused me to have some of the relationships I have now. I'm not unhappy with how things turned out, but I do feel like I could have been more choosy about it.
Contributor: libbyv libbyv
Originally posted by .kaycat
How do you feel about that?
Was your first time with someone you love?
I am still with my first c:
hubby was my first
Contributor: Jaimes Jaimes
I'm glad I waited for the right person. I was incredibly fearful about sex. Both the act and the potential repercussions. I needed someone mature to make me feel safe, and the longest relationship I'd had previously (2 years) just didn't fit that bill.

I didn't expect it to be at 18 to a 30 year-old man, but coming up on 10 years and one wedding later, I can't picture it any other way. I waited for the person I could trust, who understood and didn't pressure me about my fears, and who proved to be the one to whom I could share all of myself: mind, soul, and then body.

I hope to pass that wisdom along to my future offspring. Perhaps steer them away from some of the irrational fears, but maintain how that fear manifested itself: the utmost respect for my body, my choices, and my future. When I was ready, I knew it. When I wasn't, I didn't question it, and I didn't let anyone else question it.
Contributor: Sbmsvschoolgirl Sbmsvschoolgirl
I was in love, but he was also the first guy I had ever dated or done anything with. He wanted us to wait which I appreciated. I wasn't his first, he was older and I think he was in love with me too before we had sex for the first time.
Contributor: gorgeous gorgeous
I was in love with the man I lost my virginity to. Hes my ex now though.
Contributor: karenm karenm
I lost it with my ex-boyfriend who I was with for 4 years, and we were in love. I don't really regret it, though it would've been nice if my now-boyfriend were my first (I'm his first). But I can't control the past now, so no sense worrying about it.