These Women Claim They Are Choosing To Be Virgins – LMFAO Um Ok
Daily Mail:They’re stylish, eligible women who you’d assume would have their pick of lovers. But the women you’re about to meet share a surprising secret: they are all virgins. They are among a growing number of women who have decided that sex, for all the emphasis placed on it in today’s society, holds no place in their lives. Here they tell ANTONIA HOYLE why they are celibate…
Sisters Miriam and Samantha Babooram grew up in Darlington, County Durham, with parents Harry, a psychiatric nurse, and Sally, a nursery manager, and brother Davey, 30. Miriam, 33, an actress, and Samantha, 27, a cosmetics sales assistant, both live in London. Miriam says: My father taught me I should put my energies into making a success of myself rather than thinking about boys. He moved from his native Mauritius to Britain in 1969 and married my mother, Sally, nine years later.
An ambitious man, he wanted to build a better life for his family. As a result, he instilled a staunch work ethic in his children, and I was determined to make him proud. I was the ‘nerd’ at school. I got crushes, but I was shy. I was besotted with a boy when I was 16, but every time I saw him I became a nervous wreck. I was 17 before I kissed anyone.
I was the first in our family to go to university. I went to Swansea to study English and Drama, and didn’t want to squander the opportunity. My female flatmates all lost their virginity around that time. I was curious, but too focused on my studies to experiment. I went to parties and flirted, but boys were never my priority.
After I graduated, I went to drama school. Actresses have a reputation for being flirty, but for me it was all about attending endless castings to get work. Securing theatrical roles left me with little time to date. In any case, the longer I went without sex, the more determined I became to hold out for someone special. Why would you want to throw away your virginity on someone you barely know?
I wear short skirts and low-cut tops, and I like to look attractive. My ideal man is dark and brooding, like Johnny Depp, with a great sense of humour. The reaction I get when I tell men I’m a virgin — which I tend to do if we get past the first or second date — ranges from fascination to confusion. I won’t go further than kissing. A couple of times I’ve had a bit too much to drink and ended up naked in bed with a date. It’s not that I’m immune to physical pleasure, but intercourse is a line I won’t cross until I meet the man I want to commit to for life.
Now I’m in my 30s, I worry I’ll never find the right man. Most are married with children by now, and dates find my virginity more off-putting than alluring. Some of my friends say I should just have sex — even my mum thinks I should. She doesn’t think there’s any harm in sex as long as I’m loved and respected by a man. My father died five years ago. He’d probably wish I was married, but I think he’d be proud I’m still waiting. When I find the right man, we’ll have the rest of our lives to enjoy each other’s bodies. I’ve seen the hurt casual sex can cause.
Who the fuck are these broads kidding??? They are CHOOSING to be virgins? HAHA Yeah ok. Color me shocked that they are virgins. I suppose they could find some guy with beer goggles to hit it maybe if they really tried. But these women are the typical “fat friend” of all her hot friends who sits there and tries to cock block all her much hotter friends from hooking up, mainly just because they are jealous. Think I’m wrong??? Check out there photos! I mean I really thought this article had to be a joke! The original title is “Happy to be virgins: Successful, attractive and popular…meet the new breed of women in their prime who have NEVER had sex”. Attractive???? By who’s standard? Oh, they are British. That explains a lot. Self explanatory photos to follow:
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