An isolated outbreak of virginity is a rash on the face of society. It arouses only pity from the married, and embarrassment from the single
It is one of the superstitions of the human mind to have imagined that virginity could be a virtue.†
Virginity is such a personal thing. You can't judge anyone on it. A lot of young women feel they want to save themselves for the man who they think they will love forever.
We are all hungry and thirsty for concrete images. Abstract art will have been good for one thing: to restore its exact virginity to figurative art
It is an infantile superstition of the human spirit that virginity would be thought a virtue and not the barrier that separates ignorance from knowledge.
Security is like virginity: you are either a virgin or you are not. You either have security or you do not.
Virginity can be lost by a thought.
Virginity is the ideal of those who want to deflower.
The great majority of people in England and America are modest, decent and pure-minded and the amount of virgins in the world today is stupendous.
12, 13, you still lost your virginity. I don't care how old you were.
Fighting for peace is like screwing for virginity.†
Girls are losing their virginity at 15, 16. I'm not promoting that. But my†songs†are talking... about me becoming a man
I lost my virginity when I was 14. And I haven't been able to find it.†
Ladies, just a little more virginity, if you don't mind.
There was never virgin got till virginity was first lost
So the Church too, like Mary, enjoys perpetual virginity and uncorrupted fecundity.
So the Church imitates the Lords mother - not in the bodily sense, which it could not do - but in mind it is both mother and virgin. In no way, then, did Christ deprive his mother of her virginity by being.
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Untouched. Innocent. Virginity conjures such notions, invokes a sense of purity. We often will make the connection between virginity and goodness. And yet, all of the power of virginity is in anticipation. It is not a state in and of itself, a stable place of innocence. It contains a charge, a coiled mass of potential energy. The virgin is the unchanged. We are all untouched, waiting some new experience. That experience will always change us, but vast stores of potential energy remain; there is a universe of experience to be had, untold new wonders to behold. The transition from virginity can be delightful or traumatic. The old growth forest, once discovered, can become a place of joy, mystery, reverence and recreation. Or it can be pillaged, stripped of its wonders tree by tree, until nothing remains but ravaged soil. In the coiled energy of virginity is both danger and promise.