do parents have a right to be mad i lost my virginity?
i’m 17, and i’m graduating in may. my parents found out i lost my virginity and they’re upset but i don’t feel sorry and i don’t know why they’re so angry. it’s my body. this is literally the average age which girls lose it, and i felt like i was ready
I didn’t tell my parents. One of my ex friends who ended up betraying me went and told my parents because she thought it would hurt me.
- Anonymous1 month agoFavorite Answer
Your more than old enough to have lost your virginity. Youre almost an adult. Most kids lose theirs at younger and younger ages, I lost mine at 16 and that was considered late. They have no right to be upset
- 1 month ago
Not really. But, if you had sex with someone 21 or over, that is considered pedophilia and they should be mad about that.
If the person was a fellow teen, 20 or under, then your parents have nothing to be mad at you about and you have nothing to be ashamed of. I lost my virginity a couple of months ago and I'm 19. I felt I was ready.
- PatriciaLv 71 month ago
I don't think they have a right to be "mad". Parents shouldn't be angry at kids for doing what comes naturally. Shaming someone for having sex isn't the right thing to do.
- HelenLv 71 month ago
People have the "right" to feel however they want. Feelings are never right or wrong.
They are entitled to their feelings. You are still their child and it's hard for them to accept that you're growing up.
You are also entitled to your feelings. You are of legal age and you did nothing wrong.
Your parents will get over it in time.
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- Anonymous1 month ago
Of course. Anyone has a right to whatever opinions or emotions no matter how rational or irrational they are.
This really required a question?
- pit bulls biteLv 71 month ago
probably should have kept quiet
- Blue SkyLv 71 month ago
They are probably upset because its a sign you are changing and will be leaving the roosts soon. But how did they find out in the first place?