Ahh your first time. All rainbows and butterflies, birds chirping and soft lighting. Finally doing the deed with the one you love in a hotel in Amsterdam, after a day spent soaking in the sights and a romantic dinner at a five star restaurant. To each their own, and you know what? Except 50 Shades of Grey. No, E.
Growing up, there is so much hype built up about how your first time should be. You're told to either wait until marriage or to wait until it's with someone you love. However, that's not always the case, and whether you like it or not, losing your virginity is a memory that will stay with you forever. For most people, this does not include rose petals, candles, or Marvin Gaye. To get the real deal, we asked brave women to tell us about their first times.
We Asked 12 Real Women: How Did You Lose Your Virginity?
Yet for most of us, the first time is, well, awkward emotionally, logistically, spiritually, etc. It ended up getting out of hand with over people showing up. Since it was her first time, she bled everywhere. Feeling embarrassed, she tried to clean it up with a bottle of spray bleach she found in my bathroom.
We broke up a few months later. Simultaneously sad and funny. I was 16 and he was