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Anonymous asked in Pregnancy & ParentingAdolescent · 1 decade ago

Secondary Virgin?

Me and my big bro were just talking and I asked him what he did last night cuz he came at abt 4:36 knocking at my window to open the door for him so my dad wouldn't caught him. Then he said he was at a girls house. Then the subject moved to sex and abt being a virgin. He said he was a secondary virgin and there is no such thing as that if you have sex with a girl then at its you lose your viginity. How can he be a virgin if he just had sex yestarday thats stupid, he said that he decided to become a virgin months ago how is a virgin if he has sex all the dog on time. He said that he is gonner start tomorrow but he fails to get the fact that when you eat a girl then there is no going back.This is stupid.We keep aguring abt that prove to him that I am right and he is wrong.

Please prove to my retarted brother that there is no such thing as a secondary virgin.

Am 13 he is 16

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  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago
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    He is just trying to act like a big shot,tell him that a virgin is when you haven't had sex and not being a virgin means that you have had sex,end of story.

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  • 1 decade ago

    There is no such thing as a secondary virgin or another popular term born again virgin. Once you've done the deed you no longer have the title.

    Now that does not mean that you can't change, you can stop having sex and become abstinent.

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  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    Once you lose your virginity it is gone. However it is much easier for a guy to say he has never had sex before when he actually has. This does not make him a virgin all over again, he is just trying to fool a girl into thinking he is a virgin. SO LISTEN. If you have had sexual intercourse you are not a virgin.

    Next time you should ask your mom and dad about theses things. They will understand. I have kids and I would much rather them come to me and ask. They will not lie to you.

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  • 1 decade ago

    If he's had sex, he's not a virgin...period...end of story. He'll never go back to being a virgin again in this lifetime.

    Oh, by the way (and I know I'm sounding like an uber-parent feminist here) but he needs to learn to treat women, you AND his parents with a little respect. Sneaking in at the wee hours of the night and expecting you to cover for him is NOT COOL. Not to mention, he needs to be careful of bringing something other than a girl home...if ya know what I mean. (i.e. STD)

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  • 1 decade ago

    There is NO such thing as a secondary virgin. You either have never had sex and are a virgin or you have had sex and you are NOT a virgin. One or the other. . . period.

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  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    What in the world is a secondary virgin? Hes probably just saying that.

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  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    Some churches believe in becoming a virgin again. But they perform a ritual of some sort. I would just let him believe it. If he wants to be a virgin, let him.

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  • 1 decade ago

    no such thing as being a virgin again. Once you have sex once, that is it! You are not a virgin ANYMORE!!!

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  • 1 decade ago

    You cant prove to him cuz hes feels as tho u cant give advice about sex when ur younger than him

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  • 1 decade ago

    Virgin: Never had intercourse.

    Non virgin: Had intercourse.

    If he doesn't get that concept, then no point in arguing as he sees you as his little sister who doesn't know "anything".

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