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wait until marriage
offer their virginity to the spouse?
of the world's population can. Those are winners. The others lose their
virginity before they are mature enough to make an informed choice, or
because of infatuation and/or deceit, or as victims of coercion,
Pavlovian conditioning and other ways of sluttification processes trade
their virginity in exchange for pleasures and/or life essentials.
virginity robbed or stolen, must be blamed:
direct robbers and thieves
negligible parents and other carers
coercion, Pavlovian conditioning and other ways of sluttification
deviant opinion makers, corrupted law enforcement officers, all those
who naively think that promiscuity won't ever affect them
is the ultimate example of something what money cannot buy.
your money you can get your hymen somehow restored but you can never
restore your virginity.
Don't play the fool. Don't get duped. Don't lie.
Underage victims of virginity
victims of the robbery of their virginity should be aware of severe
violation of their human rights and never stop striving for getting
redressed and bringing the rapist to justice. Not only sexual
intercourse but every type of underage sex (child molestation,
statutory rape, sexual assault etc.) may ruin victim's life.
sexual predator should be convicted of assault even if the minor victim
explicitly consented to the sexual contact and no force was used by the
attacker. Again: even if the victim gave his/her consent, did not
resist and/or mutually participated. By contrast, other rape generally
occurs when a person overcomes another person by force and without the
person's consent. Furthermore, a predator may not argue that he/she was
mistaken as to the minor's age or incapacity.
rape is the "unlawful sexual intercourse with a person under the age of
consent (as defined by statute), regardless of whether it is against
that person's will."
Law Dictionary, 9th edition (2009)
Generally, it is only the person over the age of consent who is
convicted of a crime of statutory rape. Statutory rape is often a
strict liability crime, meaning that mistake as to the age of the
person is not a valid defense.
Rape: Mistake as to the age of the female, American Jurisprudence,
Second Edition (2010)
intention of many legislatures in adopting statutory rape as a strict
liability crime was to protect minors of a specific age. Many
legislatures believe that juveniles under a certain age are unable to
appreciate the full magnitude and consequences of their actions, and
thus cannot lawfully consent to sexual intercourse.
Rape: Statutory Rape, American Jurisprudence, Second Edition (2010)
Statutory rape: female and male victims' age
Source of numerical data:
K, Snyder HN, Statutory
Rape Known to
Law Enforcement, 2005
U.S. Department of Justice, Office
of Justice Programs
Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention
for Safer Communities