V - Virginity


"What do you mean why I didn't bleed?", Anu asked Rohan.

After being in a relationship for two years they finally had taken a vacation together to the hills of Shimla and today was the first time they had "done it".

"This was your first time or have you been hiding something from me?", Rohan asked with a straight face.

The straight face still remained when Anu packed her bags and left that night, calling off their relationship.

Another love lost due to the holiness of virginity.

Linking to Lillie McFerrin Writes for the topic Vacation.

~ Soumya

45 comments:

  1. Such an interesting story revolving round the word.. Nice..

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  2. it's a shame that some men are still hung about the age old notions of virginity....!

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  3. In India, it's definitely over-hyped!

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  4. A pat on the back to Anu for doing the right thing. And a hard slap for Rohan. Some disgusting uneducated men, I tell you!

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  5. It's disgusting that some men cant see over their ego. A little piece of flash seems to define their manhood. Shame on them. When will we step into era when all men would but just love despite overrating virginity..

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  6. Lol I agree with jyotsna. A big slap for him! If I were in her place I would have punched his sorry face too.

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  7. The title caught my attention on FB and I immediately clicked the link. I was planning tow rite on it as well. Very nice really. It happens a lot in Indian culture and it is pathetic. Well done :)

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  8. Certainly not important in this part of the world any more.

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    1. That's a blessing. India still needs to wake up.

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  9. Meh! Stupid men. Virginity is only a thin layer of tissue..that is all it is.

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  10. Was there any way to prove Rohan was a virgin himself? Best to call off such relationships!!

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    1. Sadly, men don't have to prove anything in our country.

      I'm glad she called off!

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  11. It is weird that such nonsense mentality exists still!!

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  12. I’m feeling sorry for Anu’s irrational decision making ability.
    And that is what happens when a person who isn’t worth even a good conversation is given such a very special and important place in her personal life.
    The decision was made after knowing the person for two long years, kind of sums it up.

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    1. You never know how he portrayed himself until then. Sometimes it takes the right moment, to figure out the truth about a person.

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  13. I remember seeing a matrimonial ad in The Hindu a few months ago. It called for alliances from prospective grooms for a divorced lawyer who was still a virgin! The lady and/or her parents definitely thought that virginity sells! Interestingly enough, the ad reappeared during the next two weeks too.

    Personally, I think virginity is the most overrated virtue!

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    1. Probably that was the cause of the divorce :P

      Totally agree!

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  14. It has been made a big deal and due to this many divorces occur and many breakups as well :P

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    1. Very very sad country we live in.

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  15. A big punch to men like Rohan who just want to satisfy there damn male ego. Its really pathetic.

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  16. If his condition was virginity, then I doubt that it was love for him.

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    1. Agree. Its the ego here, not love!

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  17. Waah yeh huyi na baat ... well done Anu (y) :-)

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  18. I love this girl!! she should have kicked him too :)

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    1. Next time I'll make her kill him! ;)

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  19. Thats sad...
    I liked your last line - "Another love lost due to the holiness of virginity"

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