Once upon a time, a young D-Magic (for new readers – that’s me lol) was what one might call a technical virgin.
In fact, until she eventually let a certain “BJ” deflower her and rip the purity right out of her soul (dramatic enough? lol), she was quite secure in her decision to be a virgin, technically of course. She believed in kissing and cuddling and fondling and digitizing (lol) and all that good stuff – and never doubted the fact that it made her any less of a Jordin Sparks purity princess.
And then S.O.S. happened.
For those who are not aware (and I will not divulge names as to protect the innocent), S.O.S. occurred during the summer after my sophomore year. It was a summer filled with many things – an awesome internship program, a crazy great but short project with the New York Times, an introduction to some of the coolest people ever, and of course PLENTY O’ MEN lol. And due to the men (and partially the cool friends, as well), that summer affectionately became known as the Summer of Sin (hence S.O.S.) – but it’s also S.O.S. because some may have called it a cry for help.
So what does all this have to do with the $64,000 question? Well… during this summer of sin, as previously mentioned, there were plenty of guys that my friends and I entertained. We liked them, we liked kissing them and having all kinds of fun with them – but we were for the most part, still virgins… technically of course. And we were perfectly cool with this, until one day towards the end of the summer, on a bus ride to Georgetown, as we were discussing our conquests, a wonderful question came up – Can you be a virgin and still be a whore?
At first, the initial thought was “psshhhh, of course not!” But then we thought about it further? Well, if you’re doing everything but the actual act, what makes you different than the girl who takes it one step further? Sure, she’s had more than a finger enter her, but is that enough to distinguish the two in the case of whoredom??? We never came to a conclusion. But you can.
Speak on it readers – what do you say? Can a virgin be a whore, or does the mere definition of virginity give her (ahem, me – at that time), a safety clause?