Is it normal to be a virgin at the age of 21 as a girl?

I mean I know it’s normal but in my generation people really think it’s alien-like to be a virgin at this age. It never really got me until now and now I’m thinking is it really weird considering everybody else my age isn’t a virgin and I’m the type of girl people would assume I’ve already lost my virginity
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It’s weird that not one girl has shared their opinion but guys. But thank you guys for your opinions
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  • Does it really matter? We go at our own pace and virginity only really matters to virgins. Almost no one cares if you're a virgin or not. Doesn't even cross their mind. If no one else is focusing on it, why should you? You'll lose it when you're ready and not a moment before. Right?

    • I made it clear that people assume I am not a virgin, that’s why I asked. And people talk about the topic more openly, especially in my generation. The fact that I get asked means that people do care otherwise why ask in the first place. I totally understand what you’re saying tho, and you’re right. Why does it matter, especially to them. I’ll lose it whenever I’m ready, there’s no rush. But when you’re in my age group it’s glamourised to being someone who isn’t a virgin, you can’t help but question if it’s normal being a virgin

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  • i don't think so thats something alien-like its normal and its ok to be a virgin until u get the right one
    many of our age lost there virginity becs of this pressure and get pregnant and then it become hard to live life and all that so its good to be virgin rather then being pregnant with a random guy who don't treat u well

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    • yea..

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What Girls & Guys Said

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  • Normal.

  • Yeah. There is nothing wrong in that. If you haven't found the right guy then what can you do. Just chill. It's good to loose your virginity to someone special rather than losing it to a stranger

  • just as normal as not being a virgin at your exact same age (i mean to the exact second)

  • its fine i woundnt stress about it. you be you! and what do u think about it? do you wanna lose ur virginity?

    • I do it’s just I need to find that guy I trust to lose it with. I don’t want to lose it with just anybody, but the guys I attract are just not for me, and then I’m kind of shy to let an attractive guy know that I like him so I think that’s why I haven’t got anywhere. Especially because I’m more introverted and to myself a lot of the time

    • omg we have the same problem lmao

    • wanna discuss it more? i need someone to talk to about it as well

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  • Absolutely, don't let anyone tell you otherwise. If you aren't ready for it or it just hasn't happened because you haven't felt comfortable with a guy then stay a virgin. there's nothing wrong with being a virgin.

    • Thank you! I thought the same but my generation make it seem like it’s impossible to be a virgin in this day and age but oh well, I’m not like everybody else I guess

    • Ehh, don't worry about what people think of your virginity. there's more important things than someones virginity. Also, a lot of people lie about losing their virginity. In hs and early 30s I've found out a lot of people lied about it. One person said they had sex with that person and later I hear that it never happened from another source.

    • Says a lot on the pressure virgins have about sex. The fact that people lie is embarrassing, not like that but it’s like lowering yourself to fit into someone else’s reality. I don’t know if that’s the correct word to use but then I understand why they’d do and it’s so they don’t get judged. But yeah I think it all comes down to knowing yourself and not caring about being judged whether you’re a virgin or not. Your right!

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  • Nothing abnormal about it.

  • Yes It's pretty normal..

  • It's very normal to be a virgin at 21.

  • Don't worry about being normal. Normality is overrated.

    • To be fair most girls don't comment on most questions.