It might also mean that at least 30 percent of Americans don't like to admit that virginity, or even abstinence, is a mightily hard thing to hang on to.
I mean, there are all those dating sites encouraging you to go for it, aren't there?
Hi everyone, I’m new to this forum and I’m curious to see what kind of replies I will get to this question.
I’m a 25 year old single guy, ultra-conservative Catholic, and a virgin.
How beautiful, then, that one faithful husband and wife, Lety and Jose Colin, decided to create You And Me Are
Perhaps it is not the most catchy URL you have ever come across.
Yes, this site is also the child of Lety and Jose Colin's brains.
Both this site and You And Me Are have a fine store, too.
But these things are often temporary and tinged with regret.
You And Me Are looks at the concepts of sex and virginity in totally different terms.
In any case, though the intentions of the founders may be pure, this site might be populated by as many scoundrels as any other dating site. On the member login page the Colins offer a stiff stricture: "DO NOT provide incomplete or false information about yourself when you complete this page to avoid termination of your free Standard Membership." Now that's a line that will frighten the unscrupulous. "Any visitor to our website who is not a virgin but is intimately abstaining, consider joining
All other non-virgin visitors are welcome to invite their close virgin friends and/or relatives to join our site." Naturally, I hotfingered it to You And IAbstain.com, which, extraordinarily, uses models for illustrative purposes only.
"Some people may overlook the bonding power of virginity," the site explains.