Kate Monro is the author of Losing It: How We Lost Our Cherry Over the Last 80 Years, published by Icon Books.

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Whats it all about?

  • Losing our virginity…it happens to almost all of us, no matter who we are or where we come from. How did it happen for you? Ever wondered what other people think and feel about this never-to-be-repeated experience? I am on a mission to find out. Follow my journey as I collect stories from as wide a selection of people as possible. From men and women, old and young, gay, straight, Christian, Muslim and Catholic, from the funny and the sad, to the happy and occasionally, the unbelievable. I am in search of the one story that we rarely share. Come and join my adventure.

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  • Have you got a story you would like to post? Or an opinion you would like to share? Email me: katemonroe@yahoo.com Remember to tell me when you were born and what country you come from. All names will be changed to protect identity.

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November 07, 2009

Comments

Natalie

Interesting.......

I always thought the "loss of acne upon sexual intercourse" was a myth?

As far as parents just KNOWING, wouldn't that be an observation of how their child is now ACTING based on said child's feelings of having sex for the first time? (i.e. more confident, smiling, pleasant etc) versus the actual ACT of sex?

The Virginity Project


You are almost certainly right Natalie, I guess it just makes a better story!

www.virginityproject.typepad.com

Crash

Hi ya, err, this is a touch off topic, but I tripped over your blog on my way to somewhere else and stopped to have a gander - brilliant! I dunno how ya make a whole blog dedicated to virginity or it's eventual loss [or perhaps even, it's permanency] - but I'm glad ya did, you made my morning ... have an excellent day.

S.

When I lost mine at the young age of 20, a lot of my friends observed that "something was different"...even though most of them had no idea I had been a virgin! So I concur that something definitely changes.

I love your blog, BTW. :)

Kate Monro

I wonder what it is that changes though....perhaps its a confidence thing?

Many thanks for your kind comments - appreciated!

K

Blasi23

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