Where it happened: My house
To all of you guys out there who are still virgins and plan on being virgins untill you’re married, props to you because you all have something I wish I still had, my virginity. I was (and still am) what you would call a “good” girl. I always preached to my friends about abstinence and how I was going to stay a virgin until I was married. I go to church every Sunday. I was with my boyfriend for about 2 1/2 years when we first had sex. We had planned on not doing it until we were married. Everyone at school put pressure on us everyday because they thought we should’ve done it about 1000 times over already, but we had it set in our minds that we were going to wait. We had never gone further than making out. Then one night we were at my house watching a movie. My parents were asleep. We started to make out and things got really intense. We weren’t thinking clearly and before I knew it he was putting on a condom. Unlike most of the stories I’ve read so far, my first time was wonderful. My boyfriend loves me very much and I would say he made love to me rather than “fucking” or having sex. Throughout the whole time he looked lovingly into my eyes , kissed me softly , and told me that he loved me. He said we could stop anytime if it hurt too much. But we kept going and I didn’t bleed or anything and it was wonderful. Then he sat there and held me until he had to go home. But then after he left I started crying because I know what a big mistake I made. I was supposed to wait until I was married. He called me when he got home and I was still crying. He asked me what was wrong and I told him and we talked about things for the rest of the night. We promised that we would wait and think about things before we jump into to them. We both prayed for forgiveness and we became born-again virgins. It’s not the same, but I made a promise to myself that I would wait. So to all of you out there who are thinking about having sex, it’s not the greatest thing in the world. It may feel good while you’re you’re doing it, but after you’re done, that feeling is over, unless you were really ready to have sex.So I guess my point is to wait to have sex until you’re married or until you’re absolutely sure you’re ready. Cause if you don’t, you’ll be sorry.