Amidst a series of concerning questions I have had while watching the hyperreal teen series, I had one pressing qualm.
Just how do these 17-year-olds get down and dirty faster than one of the casting directors can find a realistic-looking teenager?
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I grew up with the Pussycat Dolls, Angelina and Brad frolicking about in Mr & Mrs Smith, and the toned and tanned Home and Away stars jumping from fling to fling.
Suffice to say, my perception of sex is warped.
Somewhere between thinking I needed a six-pack and the biggest junk in the trunk to be good in bed, I decided not to participate in the discussion about sex. As the Boomers would say, I closed my legs.
I prioritised my career.
I chose to spend my time with my friends and family.
While recovering from an eating disorder, I set time aside to love myself. I missed the memo about becoming sexually active and have become extremely picky about the suitors I engage with.
So what does this all mean? Yes, at the age of 23, I am a virgin.
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