Virgin-O-LogyThe Attractive Power of Youthfulness is Smashing
and is a Major Cause of Unintentional Fornication.
"The love story behind Walter’s encoded appearances in some of the 20th century’s most important artworks, including Picasso’s anti-war masterpiece, Guernica. (...) Marie-Thérèse was an easygoing but respectable bourgeois girl who lived in Maisons-Alfort, a suburb southeast of Paris, with her mother and two sisters. She was at the Galeries Lafayette that day to buy a col Claudine—a Peter Pan collar—and matching cuffs. “You have an interesting face,” Picasso told her. “I would like to do a portrait of you. I am Picasso.” The name meant nothing to Marie-Thérèse, but the fact that an artist found her beautiful thrilled her." John Richardson Picasso's Erotic Code - Vanity Fair - a must read to explore the topic.
Picasso's muse, mistress, and frequent subject, Marie-Thérèse Walter
Having been seduced at 17, the underage teen Marie-Thérèse Walter definitely occupied a privileged position among dozens of lovers of the exceptionally famous and productive artist. Pablo Picasso's: Nu au Plateau de Sculpteur Nude, Green leaves and Bust also known as Bust Nude with Sculptor’s Turntable, 1932, on May 4, 2010 became the world's priciest painting, sold for a record $106,482,500, depicts her syntribating and climaxing.
Why do young girls have affairs with married man? Do they realize that they are nothing else but short lasting human toys for sexual predators?
A virgin groom deserves a virgin bride.
Many men want to marry a virgin, many men dream about loving a virgin and being loved by a virgin before and after devirginizing her.
Not being Picassos, or any other important (at least in their social circle) persons, they resort to a wide range of tricks to seduce a virgin or / and commit a predatory coercion, psychological, economic or sometimes physical. Abused physically or not, sooner or later she will feel raped, at least deprived of her significant advantage over competitors for better marriage chances. From the point of view of many men who would not ever consider marrying an ex-virgin, she is excluded from a pool of potential candidates for a wife. 'Why should I pay someone else's bill?', ask the men. This does not discourage many of them from destroying lives of virgins, by plainly violating some other man's right to conjugal sexual exclusiveness.
Instead, they should (1) stay virgins themselves, (2) work hard to be worthy of being loved by a virgin, (3) betroth her, (4) make final arrangemts for family life, (5) marry her, and (6) enjoy mutually faithful marital life in their successful marriage.
All other ways of fulfilling man's wishes of taking a woman's virginity have nothing in common with love, they are just wicked games to satisfy lust. "There's been a lot of talk of love. But that don't amount to nothing" sounds comforting, but actually virginity is such an asset which is non renewable and if once stolen or robbed is lost forever. Losing virginity is therefore something very unfortunate, as virginity should be offered to one's spouse on the wedding night, and not lost before. This rule applies to both sexes, of course.
A virgin bride deserves a virgin groom.