And though I liked my high school boyfriend, I would be lying if I said I didn't start dating him with the idea that this guy could finally be my ticket to the world of having sex with anyone besides myself, that is. I realized fairly early on that my sexuality was one of the primary lenses through which I experienced the world, and I was eager to personally experience some of the activities that I spent every waking moment thinking about. I was a teen in the late '90s, a time when Britney Spears and Jessica Simpson spent a lot of time making public proclamations about saving their virginity for marriage, and a mania for " abstinence education" and purity pledges swept the nation. I didn't think those urges were shameful or bad; I was incredibly curious about what life as an actively sexual person would be like, and I was proud of myself for listening to my heart on this one, instead of a world that felt my desires were negative. But for many people, there's baggage around the idea of high schoolers having sex, especially when you're a woman, and supposed to be hanging on to your virginity for dear life so that you can cash it in for something important farther down the line jewelry? Given that I didn't play by that script, there's sometimes an expectation that I regret what I did.
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