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Updated on Monday, February 29

#23616

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Why are people so intolerant of the notion of wanting to marry a virgin woman? It is a question of safety and pride in many (most) traditional cultures. 

I have absolutely nothing against women who lost their virginity. Their lifestyle is their choice and I respect it. But please respect my lifestyle choice as well and stop calling me a bigot when I say that a non-virgin woman marriage is a dealbreaker for me. 

MOD's Note: So nothing against people who have lost their virginity... But a non-virgin is a deal-breaker?

50 comments

  1. Okay, that's fine. But if that's your preference, you should be willing to be held to the same standard. If you're not a virgin, and that's a dealbreaker for your significant other, then you should be okay with that and find someone else.

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    1. Pretty much this. You're free to have preferences about your desired partner, and you shouldn't be judged by others for thinking sex is something you'd rather save for after marriage (and that you'd like to find someone else who also thinks the same).

      As long as you don't come across as "slut-shaming" when you're explaining your beliefs, I feel like most reasonable people should be fine with it.

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  2. Are you a virgin?

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  3. Another Islamist pig theory on the exhibit here.

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  4. People call you a bigot for that? That's retarded.

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  5. It's just stupid though. "Safety". We have much better ways to check if someone has diseases now. "Pride". Why don't women take pride in getting with virgin men then, huh? It's a bullshit expectation of purity that really doesn't make sense in the modern world.

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    1. Simple. There's two opposing factors at play:
      1. A high n-count makes you bad at pair bonding.
      2. A high n-count means you're attractive/desirable.
      Factor 1 applies to both men and women. But factor 2 applies much more to men than women, since women are the gatekeepers of sex.
      So it makes sense that men value a low n-count in their partners more than women.

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  6. You should've stayed in Saudi Arabia then. Don't bring that shit over here.

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  7. Nothing like having to teach an adult woman you just married about her sexuality, am I right? Then again, you don't sound like the kind of person who's care about her enjoyment.

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    1. It's more fun when she's like... still technically a teenager. If she *just* turned 18, then I can pretend she's actually just hit puberty and doesn't understand how sex works. That's what makes it hot. ;)

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    2. @7a you know you sound like a pedophile right?

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    3. Nonsense 7b, I'd never do it with an actual underage person... that's illegal. They send you to jail for things like that.

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    4. > I can pretend she's actually just hit puberty and doesn't understand how sex works. That's what makes it hot

      > just hit puberty

      > hot

      ok

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  8. What a dumb cunt. Hope your islamist parents find you a great child bride who is a virgin. I'm sure you would appreciate that over an adult woman.

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  9. I support OP and his values. Irrespective of religion we are all allowed and entitled to believe what we want and what we find attractive in a significant other. The same way Islamists wear head coverings, I can practice chastity and abstinence until marriage I my Catholic faith. I S not push my faith on others. I keep to myself. If there's anyone who doesn't accept the explanation I've given, well, that's just too bad.

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    1. I S = I do not *... typo

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    2. I'm also a Catholic and agree with 9.

      I'm not sure why people seem to be assuming OP isn't practicing abstinence.

      @5: I'm male and value chastity in a woman. If I were female, I would value chastity in a man. This isn't a one-way thing. Also, it's not pride so much as it represents similar values. If I met a girl who had had sex outside of marriage, but whose values had then changed to match mine, I wouldn't necessarily hold it against her.

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    3. I am glad the two of you support sex abuse in catholic churches and believe that a virgin can give birth. I think all we sane people can agree that she fucked some guy before Joseph and told a bizarre lie to get away with it. I hope all those little boys who are molested by priests are still considered virgins, or else they will never be able to marry!

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    4. @9b you people are no better tbh. Your religion just had a few more centuries to mellow down. The Catholic Church is a crooked organization and it has done far more harm to humanity than Islam.

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    5. Harm to humanity? I would bet Catholics probably aren't planning on bombing the western world unlike some Muslims out there... crooked organization maybe, but Islam is like a ticking time bomb, so to speak.

      FYI, Catholics don't believe that virgins can give birth, they believe it was a divine intervention that began the life of their savior Jesus Christ, and in no other instance has an immaculate conception ever occurred.

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    6. @9e, not today. Today they are mostly harmless (except for molesting children once in a while). But google "inquisition" and "crusades" to learn more about the history of the Church.

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  10. Your life. Your problem. It's hilarious to see how much of a fuck everyone else gives though...

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  11. Personally, I wouldn't be interested in a nasty, used soda can I found on the street, but I can easily see how people like you would be desperate enough for some.

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    1. So many things wrong with you comparison, starting with the fact that sex only gets better the more you have it and ending with women being people and not objects for you to use. You do you though, enjoy the fumbling better-than-though sex.

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    2. 11a, "sex only gets better the more you have it" lol I wonder how many STIs you have managed to collect with that attitude.

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    3. @11b you need no STIs or many partners to prove that "sex only gets better the more you have it". Your comment just shows how ignorant you are regarding sexual manners. I'm a girl (not that it should matter) and I could not agree more with 11a. A guy who has slept around is so much better in bed to one who has not. Also, the more you have sex with the SAME Person the better it becomes as you start to learn what each other enjoys an it's just wonderful! Also to the OP there is no problem wanting a Virginia girl if you also a virgin. Bottom line is I don't think the value of a girl is on her hymen!

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    4. @11c
      Totally agree! As a guy who has slept around with a lot of girls (and still no STIs, so through that notion out of the window), I would never date a virgin again. The sex is just terrible and I don't like always feeling like they are playing catch up. I rather have someone who is experience and knows what they like!

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    5. 11c and 11d should just get together and share their cooties

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    6. @11e, 11d here, oh but we are already together, 11c is just perfect for me. Although, if you want to join ;)

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    7. It's kind of like saying you will only play chess with people who have never played chess before. Good luck with that.

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  12. You have to be a virgin too OP...right? Otherwise, you're a hypocrite.

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  13. how is this the worst thing in the world yet girls can plainly discuss their disdain for men if they're not tall enough. at least virginity is a choice.

    everyone defends pretty women's rights to preferences but if its a brown guy, fuck him right?

    sorry dickheads but the same standards apply to everyone. you don't have to like this guys preference. I don't like it. But you can't assign the right to have preferences only for people you agree with.

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    1. lol wut. That's a whole lot of assumptions and projecting.

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    2. Bit of a difference between having a preference for a certain physical type (which everyone does), and the preference OP discusses here.

      Only wanting to be with someone who has never had sex before is a little like saying "I will only date girls who have never been to Germany before." It doesn't really make sense. That wouldn't necessarily be a bad thing, except, in this situation, "going to Germany" is a natural act, nearly all of us feel the urge to "go to Germany" from the moment we hit puberty, and virtually all of us will "go there" sooner or later. So "kinda weird, but harmless I guess" becomes "definitely weird, and sounds kind of like OP wants to control the kinds of experiences their partner gets to have." Distasteful.

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    3. I didn't know OP's standards needed to conform to your notion of what makes sense. People are allowed to have standards, regardless of the attributes they relate to. As long as OP is not doing anything that unfairly discriminates against another group, I don't understand how his preferences for a significant other contravenes any notions of equality or fairness...

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  14. Because people are only allowed to tolerate LGBT, abortion and all the stupid sh*t from women's studies majors.

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    1. I'm really not sure what this comment is trying to say.

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    2. @a, because in this day and age, if you are against LGBT or are pro-life (which anyone has the right to be), you WILL be judged and discriminated against by all the bleeding hearts and leftist pigs. Oh, the irony.

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    3. Yeah, 14b, because being against LGBT makes you a dick. Pro-life/choice is less clear cut, but then I've never met anyone who defended being pro-life with anything approaching logic and morality. It seems to always be religious people or Moms who think that since they've had babies they are now the authority on babies and having them.

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  15. sandnigger pls go and stay go

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    1. @15 that's not a very nice thing to say about towelheads :(

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  16. If being a virgin is so important why should she lose her virginity to you?

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  17. I don't mind relationship sex but too many one-night stands is just not attractive. Men are the ones who have to work to obtain a woman so it doesn't feel special when a woman gives it away too easily. The same thing can be said about women not being attracted to men who will hits on lots of women without any standards.

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  18. As of right now, I feel the same with OP (and yes, I'm a virgin). If OP is a virgin, there is nothing wrong with that preference that I can see.

    For me personally, I wouldn't feel right being with a girl that had one-night stands. Though, I can respect her choice in life despite the fact that it doesn't match mine. However, when that respect is not reciprocated, I'm calling her a whore :l

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  19. That's fine, do you.
    And that's a general rule. For example, I read a few articles about the big fuss re: that dating site WhereWhitePeopleMeet.com and how that's racist, but people are allowed to have preferences. If I know my preferences lie solely with caucasian people then that's my right.

    What you want is completely up to you, other people have no say. If what you want doesn't want you back, that is their choice.

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