Virginity Does Not Define You
Updated: Feb 20
Losing our virginity is an event charged with emotion. Everyone has their own story permanently etched in their minds.
Those who have become adults while retaining their virginity have stories too. They may feel different or left out. They may feel like they are on the defense. They may hear “why don’t you just get it over with” from their friends.
My question is “Why SHOULD you get it over with? Why should losing your virginity be a special event only up to a certain age?
People in their 20s, 30s, 40s, even people in their 50s who are still virgins have a right to a significant experience. Indeed, the older we get the more we can appreciate such a memorable encounter.
Virginity is not a defining characteristic. Yet to those who stay celibate later in life it becomes one.
We at the WIHL are not here to judge. We see you as the person you really are. One who deserves loving, intimate, sensual experiences. Someone who deserves to be seen and understood.
There are many reasons a person remains celibate as they grow older. Trust issues, disabilities, religious views. These reason don’t define you. They don’t make you who you are. What defines you are your values, your ideas, the unique way you see the world.
At the WIHL we are compassionate partners in your growth. We are here to take you slowly through the process of forming an intimate connection. Always at your own pace and within your own comfort zone.
Text me today at 775-413-0504 with the word “connection” to take the first step. Can’t wait to meet you!