Virginity And Its Effect On Society

878 WordsNov 25, 20154 Pages
The general topic of the film How to Lose Your Virginity was based on what is virginity. Even though virginity is defined as the state of never having had sexual intercourse. A virgin is someone who has never had sex. But "sex" is defined differently by different people. A lot of people think that women and men lose their virginity the first time they have penis-in-vagina intercourse. But this definition is really limited because it leaves lots of people and other types of sex out of the picture. The being of the film opened up to questions and sracazime. Also keeping an open mind when watching the film because everyone has their own definition of virginity. How people define virginity is based on one 's up bring and religious view. Therese Schechter uses this film as a groundbreaker for people around the world to get a better understanding. To how other people defined virginity and what it means to them. Therese discussed some facts on how, when and why people lose their virginity is it love, peer pressure from friend because everyone is having sex. Peer pressure is one of the most important roles forces that teenage feel the need to have sex because their friends are doing it also and it 's makes them cool. Having something to talk about with friends and not feeling like the odd one out. Some people will only lose their virginity only after getting married and some lose it before. Being able to lose your virginity when you’re ready is the best way to lose it. When is it
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