Would having dry sex be considered losing your virginity?

So there's two people wanting to have sex but not losing their virginity, yes complicated!! Well they decided to have dry sex, meaning felling each body individually and kissing, but with clothes on all the time.
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Most Helpful Guys

  • You know... I think it depends on why they want to remain virgins. If it's because they think they shouldn't be doing intimate things before marriage... well, that's still pretty fucking intimate (if you'll excuse the expression).

    If it's because they don't want to lie if their parents ask if they are "virgins," then I'd be tempted to say that if they had intercourse with a condom, it wasn't sex :p Well, okay, probably not that, but I'd go with anything short of vaginal penetration - which, to be honest, seems stupid to me ><

    I mean anal sex is sex. Oral sex is sex. A hand job means one of you is naked and the other is getting them off. Anything you'd consider sex between two women? Sex if it's a guy and a girl, too. "Dry" sex? It's sex with a much much thicker condom! Unless you're talking to your parents. In which case it was "kissing."

  • I wouldn't consider it loosing your virginity, I'd consider it very 6th grade.

    Now that I've got my sarcasm out of the way, why are you trying to keep your virginities? Religious reasons? If so I'd steer clear of this activity as well. It won't be long before you graduate to other things Pun intended.

Most Helpful Girls

  • Virginity is a societal construct. -Why- don't they want to lose it? Is it really that much different for them to have intercourse vs the other sexual things they've done? You shouldn't feel bad for having sex. What are you saving your virginity for?

  • I would not consider that losing your virginity. To me - losing your virginity would be engaging in sexual intercourse (some may consider that oral, while most consider that to only be vaginal).

  • Here is my definition of sex: any vaginal, anal, or oral happening to do with another private part.

  • Sex= the penis going inside. That's it. if that didn't happen, sex didn't happen.

    • Two women can have sex, too!

    • Technicalities...

  • Depends on your definition... but clothes on is so innocent sounding.

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  • If there is no penetration of any sort young lady, virginity is not lost :-)

  • Vaginal intercourse is the only way to lose "virginity".

    • That's limiting sex to procreative possibilities. That way you get vaginal virgins, oral virgins and anal virgins... :D A hymen is not a guarantee seal like a crown cap or a sticker on a DVD.

    • I knew once I clicked "submit" someone would disagree. It depends if we use the word "virgin" in it's core meaning and tense, or if you want to broaden it. I understand penis/vagina isn't fair as the "only" combination along with male/female only combinations. I just didn't think a big long explanation was needed. I think in this case though, no, you do not lose your virginity though dry humping. If that was the case, I could stretch this by saying I lost my virginity at 10 years old when I bumped into this lady when I got off the bus!

    • How did you bump into the lady?

  • It's limit but sex involves penetration.

    • Two women can have sex too!

    • I wrote penetration, not 'penis'.

  • No that doesn't count.

  • This is called dry humping.

  • My definition is that protection is needed... if you get my drift...

  • With the research i have done for myself no it's not classed as losing your virginity as he hasn't penetrated you yet.