Skip navigation! Story from Sex. Molly Horan. Yet, when people talk about "losing your virginity" as a sexual right of passage, it's almost always discussed in heteronormative terms: A woman gets her cherry "popped" via male penetration, and suddenly, neither of them are virgins anymore. But outside of male-female relationships, what does it mean to "lose your virginity"? Queer women, in particular, seem to face a murky definition of virginity in pop culture references, at the very least , since male penetration isn't always part of the equation.
What Virginity Means To Queer Women
How do lesbians lose their virginity? — My Vagina
Partly I think we were gauging our own progress, but we were also just curious about relationships in general and it helped to us to normalize sex and sexuality. Still, I was often very quiet during these chats because I had yet to sleep with anyone. When I finally did, it was a woman, and that story of my first time became one I have told many times over the last nearly 50 years. We flirted with each other for a couple of weeks, and finally kissed during an episode of The Bob Newhart Show on a warm spring night. Before this, in my grim view of the world ahead of me, I would find a nice man to marry and be secretly unhappy for the rest of my life. My first-time story meant that it was possible I might be wrong.
How Lesbians Lose Their Virginity
Some women remember the exact moment that they lost their virginity. For some, it was magical. For others, humiliating.
Not a virgin. But who cares about penises. Warning: contains a discussion regarding rape and sexual assault and how that relates to virginity, at the very end of the article. There are a few key ways that lady lovers may get it on together, often involving fingers, tongues and objects.