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18 embarrassing confessions from people who lost their virginity knowing nothing about sex.

Nobody really sits you down and tells you how your "first time" is going to go. Not your parents, not your high school health class, and when they're just as young as you, you certainly can't rely on your friends. So here's one piece of sage wisdom from 18 embarrassed people who learned the basics when they first lost their V-card. At least they know now. 1. Don't need to, amayonazing, nor should you.
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