I don't think it's necessarily peer pressure, but it has to do with society and the media. Once people start getting serious, they think they have to take things to the next level to prove that they're serious. They just keep taking it to the next level until there's only one thing left to do.
- Lonna Lullaby.:
- I'm not ashamed to say it, yes I'm still a virgin and I don't mind being one and I'm a senior now, but I know that the world has changed and children (boys and girls) are losing it at a young age now. Why is that? Is it peer pressure? I know Mibba is pretty much made up of teenage girls, but still what do you guys think?
But it's not really the fact that everybody's doing it. It's more just because that's what they've seen... that's what they think they're supposed to do when they're in love.
Edit: Oh yeah. And I'm not a virgin. I like how people who are virgins are 'not ashamed' to say it... but those of us that aren't.... hm. Well, for example, I've told two people in RL this fact. Both of them look down on me for it. But on Mibba, I can tell you guys anything... and I don't have to look at the disappointment in your face. And I'd also like to say I'm proud of those of you who've committed yourselves to waiting. You guys are my heroes.
June 27th, 2008 at 04:54am