Monday, June 27, 2005


What do you do when you are asked "Are you a virgin?"
1) Change the topic then run and hide;
2) Freak out and stare wide-eyed;
3) Lie through your teeth, depending on who asks;
4) Speak the truth with pride.

Are you viewed in a different light if you are, or are not, sexually experienced? Dank found out (with a little surprise) that there are people who view "experience" favourably. "She doesn't want to do it for the first time and have it end in 20 seconds", "She wants to be able experiment, and not lie there waiting for him to figure out what to do next", etc.

Have you ever thought about it?

In Singapore where kids live with their parents (almost) all their lives, where sex education is taught in secondary schools at the age of 15 primary school at the sweet and innocent age of 12 (thanx Mich for the update), where sex is a generally taboo subject... is there value in anything, or is it your reputation and expertise that counts?

Being able to say
"i've only loved one person in my life"
"i will wait till marriage for sex"
"i've never had lust for another girl/guy"
...does it matter to you?

Dank should mention this is a random ramble...


Anonymous whimsical said...

mich wld like to clarify that sex education is now taught to the P6s after their PSLE. =p

Mon Jun 27, 12:52:00 AM  
Blogger ying said...

i will think its very proud to say i have nv done it b4.. and wait for the one tt i will be getting married to.. :D

Wed Jun 29, 12:19:00 AM  

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