Who is considered a virgin?

From Christian Onyishi

12 thoughts on “VIRGINITY

  1. There are many things to say about virginity.
    First is that it is not only ascribed to females alone but also males but I think it is only that of the females is verifiable.

    For females, it is said that apart from normal sex which is the main activity were virginity is lost one can still loose ones physical virginity through strenuous activities.

    Finally and most importantly, virginity is pride/might. Spiritually speaking I would say that virginity aids spiritual growth and virgins possess some kind of natural spiritual power with non virgins do not have and can never have, but most times they are not really aware of it. This is why some sacrifices can only be valid and Fruitful when virgins are used. Our blessed Mary in one of her messages requests that little virgins be consecrated to her. Why?
    Our Lord Jesus wish to be born of a Virgin. Why? When we read stories of Saints Agnes, Agatha, Cecilia, Maria Goretti, Lucy and other saints who died because they want to preserve their virginity then we will understand that virginity is might.
    Below is an article I once wrote on this matter.

    Virgin-less Virgins

    I use to hear questions like, do we still have virgins? Yes o, many of them. And virgins are precious to God, if not, He would have not allowed her Mother to remain one. St. Ephraim said that Virginity will serve as a chariot, lifting heaven ward all those who have it.

    Some martyrs saw the treasures in Virginity and not only offered it to God but offered their lives for it. Saints like, Agnes, Maria Gorreti, Cecilia, Agatha, Lucy, Philomina etc.
    Keep yourself if you are still one.

    Please o, it is not only females that Virginity is ascribed to. St John the Evangelist was said to be a virgin, and I think that is why Jesus loved him the most.

    The area I want to concentrate are those I refer to as Virgin-less Virgins. Virginity in the right sense deals with everything about the individual not just the physical aspect. Virginity is inside out.

    There are sins against Virginity which if one is comfortable with them even if he or she has never penetrated someone or been penetrated by someone makes the person less a virgin.

    Some of them are:
    If you dress in such are way that you lead others to sin either in thoughts, words or actions.
    If you are in impure relationship,
    If you watch pornography,
    If you masturbate,
    If you engage in impure chats,
    If you make impure calls, messages, or discussions,
    If you use romantic words for pleasure sake,
    Impure hugging, holding of hands, kissing, romancing etc
    Then, you are less a virgin.

    Just as it is possible for one to regain her Virginity physically by using drugs or herbs it is also possible to regain your Virginity spiritually. That’s by constantly longing and making effort to be pure all round always.

    What this means is that someone can be physically a virgin but not spiritually a virgin and someone could be spiritually a virgin and not physically a virgin. If one is both spiritually and physically, best. But among being a virgin either physically or spiritually, I think God will prefer the spiritual virgins more.

    What is most important is that you continue to make untiring effort towards total purity of life. If you fall by mistake, rise as quicky as possible and continue in your effort.

    Don’t be comfortable with any sin especially the sins of impurity because it leads people to hell more than any other sin, says our blessed Mother Mary to the three seers at Fatima.

    Forget your past and be determined in the future to restore your Virginity.
    Purity remains the answer.


    To some, it’s naive credulity
    preserving the limb’s unity.
    Many take it for granted
    saying, the grace was never bestowed.
    No need to resist nature’s call.

    Lose it or be tagged uncivilized
    not willing to socialize.
    The happening ones
    sell it to get their wants.
    Submitting to nature’s call.

    Is she a virgin?
    He asks to judge.
    But she dare no question
    to ascertain if he’s one.
    He claims forever virgin.

    Is it gender based?
    A call for doctors to answer.
    But in justice and equity
    no gender is an exception.
    Adam and Eve both left the garden.

    What a treasure
    the best from a bride
    to her groom, who paid the price.
    And from the groom, I guess
    to his bride, who said yes.

    Losing it means not death
    let it not be the end.
    Cheer up and rise again
    pursue purity which gives more gain
    and can be restored with no pain.


  3. Virginity is the act of being a virgin,
    And somebody who is a virgin is considered a virgin naa. Lol.

    But wait oo…
    ®Is virginity for both gender or just for females?
    I always hear, “she’s not a virgin or she is a virgin,” but I’m yet to hear statements like, “he is no longer a virgin.”

    ®Also, is someone who engage in Masturbation without any form of sexual intercourse still a virgin?

    ®Is it possible to know if a man is a virgin or not?

    ®Can someone lose his/her virginity and still recover it? Can you undo what you have done?

    ®Does virginity define the true worth of a lady?
    I always hear comments like, “I can’t marry her because she’s no longer a virgin.”
    ®Is being a virgin equivalent to being a good girl?

    ®Virginity, chastity and purity seems to have similar meaning,

    Please can someone clear my confusions.

  4. To be sexually a virgin in general sense…should be not having sexual intercourse with the opposite.

    This is clearly defined in the words of our Lady to the Archangel ; “How can it be, Since I KNOW NOT a man.” Luke 1:26-end.

  5. sex means different things to different people, so virginity can mean different things, too.
    A lot of people think that having penis-in-vagina sex for the first time is how you lose your virginity. But this leaves lots of people and other types of sex out of the picture.
    Some people haven’t had penis-in-vagina sex, but they’ve had other kinds of sex (like oral sex or anal sex) — and they may or may not see themselves as virgins. And there are lesbian, gay, bisexual or pansexual people who may never have penis-in-vagina sex at all. But they probably don’t see themselves as lifelong virgins just because they haven’t had penis-in-vagina sex.
    Many people believe rape and sexual assault aren’t sex — it’s only sex if both partners have consent. So if someone was forced or pressured the first time they had vaginal sex, oral sex, or anal sex, they may not see that as “losing their virginity.”

  6. There is no one definition of virginity. For some, being a virgin means you haven’t had any kind of penetrative sex — whether that’s vaginal, anal, or even oral. Others may define virginity as never engaging in vaginal penetration with a penis, despite having had other types of sex, including oral stimulation and anal penetration.

  7. I will only take up this topic, VIRGINITY from the position as a Biology teacher.
    Virginity is a state of never having had sexual intercourse.
    Never engaged in sexual intercourse.
    Haven’t had penetrative sex.
    Is a special value for unmarried females.
    A personal purity.
    Is an honor and worth.
    Is a quality female or male has.
    Is an ideal condition that is not medical.
    Is a topic that the negative “culture of silence” in our society will not rather discuss in public.
    Is a very important topic that even when discussed by a bold person, draws up so much interest and attention irrespective of age and gender.
    I don talk my own ooo.

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