EverybodyHasLotsOfSex is a concept so ubiquitous in modern media, that the very idea that any character, for any reason, is a virgin is something that comes off as alien and bizarre. As a result of this, when a group of characters is discussing something and the discussion vaguely implies that one character is a virgin, the script will quickly throw in an anecdote or line explaining how the character in question is most definitely ''not'' a virgin.

As a narrative device, this sometimes provides for background exposition or a throwaway gag. Just obviously not one where a character explains their virginity. This trope is most common with characters who, given what other information we know about them, would have logical reasons to be a virgin.

Can sometimes come off as rather clunky in the script when used intentionally, along the same lines of HaveIMentionedIAmSexuallyActiveToday. This is for the simple reason that most people don't consider their sexual histories as topics that are [[TooMuchInformation appropriate to bring up]] in unrelated conversations. [[TemptingFate Well, most of the time anyway]].

A subtrope of SexIsCool. See also AManIsNotAVirgin.
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!!Examples:

[[folder:Anime and Manga]]
* Inverted in ''Manga/{{Hellsing}}''. Integra has no qualms admitting that the reason why her blood is so delicious is because she's a virgin. Seras more traditionally subverts this trope- she was clearly uncomfortable when Alucard asked her and in all likelihood only answered honestly because she realized that if she answered ''dis''honestly she probably would have been killed on the spot.
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[[folder:Film]]
* When the TitleDrop for ''Film/NeverBeenKissed'' happens, the other characters assume that this means what it sounds like: that Josie has never had a serious romantic relationship. Josie explains that "never been kissed" is actually a metaphor for a "real" kiss, which she proceeds to define.
* In the horror film ''Film/TheHazing'', the film ends with one surviving male winning the day, with a girl on each arm. The girls joke that he probably never could have even dreamed of such a thing happening, and throughout the film, he's frequently mocked under the assumption that he's a virgin, as well as geeky and weak. After their final mockery of him at the end, he gets fed up and explains to them that he lost his virginity when he was 15 to his (female) baby sitter. She's mentioned twice in the film otherwise, so it's sort of foreshadowing.
* Attempted and failed in ''Film/TheGraduate:''
-->'''Mrs. Robinson:''' Benjamin, is this your first time?
-->'''Ben:''' Is this - what?
-->'''Mrs. Robinson:''' It is, isn't it? It is your first time.
-->'''Ben:''' That's a laugh, Mrs. Robinson. That's really a laugh. Ha ha.
-->'''Mrs. Robinson:''' You can admit that, can't you?
-->'''Ben:''' Are you kidding?
-->'''Mrs. Robinson:''' It's nothing to be ashamed of -, ''etc.''
* In ''Film/BlackSwan'', when Thomas assumes that Nina's a virgin, she quickly denies it. Whether or not she's telling the truth is left ambiguous, but judging from her ShrinkingViolet personality, its probably a lie.
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[[folder:Literature]]
* In ''Literature/DragonBones'', when Ward is approached by a seductive woman, he recalls how he hasn't been a virgin since his fifteenth year. As he has been ObfuscatingStupidity since he was twelve, and is nineteen at the time, it would be quite logical for him to be a virgin, but apparently he's hot enough to make up for his apparent idiocy. He also found out that he isn't into casual sex because he had some, but other people manage to realize that without having casual sex in the first place, so AManIsNotAVirgin is actually the most plausible reason for his non-virginity. Or maybe the author felt that [[AManIsAlwaysEager there needed to be a good reason for him rejecting the advances of an attractive woman]], and a virgin would be too keen on losing his virginity.
* In ''Literature/TheSoundAndTheFury'', Caddy asks her brother Quentin if he's ever had sex. He emphatically replies that he has, but she doesn't believe him.
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[[folder:Live-Action TV]]
* In ''Series/{{Angel}}'' the Fang Gang rescues a wizard's daughter from a virgin sacrifice only to find out that she is not a virgin when she proclaims so in a loud affronted tone.
* In ''Series/{{Community}}'', Annie has this when Britta and Shirley assume she's a virgin because Annie has never seen a penis before (it's because her first boyfriend would have sex only in the dark).
* On ''Series/RedDwarf'', Lister and Rimmer are trapped, presumably to Lister's inevitable death on an ice planet, Lister asks Rimmer to tell the story of how he lost his virginity. When Rimmer hesitates, Lister insinuates that he's a virgin and Rimmer relates the ancedote in short order.
* ''Series/MadMen'':
-->'''Joan:''' This isn't China. There's no money in virginity.
-->'''Peggy:''' I'm not a virgin.
-->(''We'' know Peggy isn't a virgin, but Joan doesn't.)
* ''Series/PushingDaisies'': Ned was defensive about his "experience" when questioned about it in "Bitches". He claimed, when Emerson and Chuck asked, to have had girlfriends before Chuck, though it's arguable whether any of those relationships were consummated.
* The Doctor in the ''Series/DoctorWho'' episode "The Doctor Dances".
-->''Nine hundred years old, me. I've been around a bit. I think you can assume that at some point I've 'danced'.''
* ''Series/ModernFamily'' gets into its third-season episode "Virgin Territory" when Alex hears her father saying "Haley's aversion" as "Haley's a virgin" and laughs, which is how he learns she's not.
* Jay from ''Series/TheInbetweeners'' to the point of ridiculousness. He claims to have had sex with more women that he's probably actually met in his entire life. By series 3, these claims get so hilariously ridiculous that they involve copious amounts of {{Squick}}.
* ''Series/{{Supernatural}}''. In the episode ''Jus in Bello', when they need a virgin sacrifice, Dean assumes that nobody is a virgin.
* ''Series/{{Sherlock}}'': Sherlock Holmes's protest of "Sex doesn't alarm me" is answered by his brother Mycroft with "How would ''you'' know?"
* A contemporary commentator in the Weimar Republic bemoaned his society’s ‘loose morals’, saying it would be a profound shame for high school girls at the time if it were discovered that they were virgins.
* ''Series/HermansHead''. Louise is a virgin and gets annoyed when everyone talks of how strange it is.
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[[folder:Light Novel]]
* Subverted in ''LightNovel/{{Bakemonogatari}}'' when Senjogahara accuses Koyomi of being a virgin, which he denies. We later learn that they're both virgins.
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[[folder:Newspaper Comics]]
* ''ComicStrip/BeetleBailey'': In one of the [[BannedEpisode banned strips]], Miss Buxley meets [[GoodLookingPrivates a soldier]] in a bar and they're sitting very close to each other, holding hands and making deep eye contact. The soldier says to her [[http://www.urbandictionary.com/define.php?term=To+boldly-go-where-no-man-has-gone-before "I'd like to go where no man has gone before."]]. Miss Buxley then moves in closer to him and says "Too late!".
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[[folder:Video Games]]
* In ''VideoGame/QuestForGloryV'', there is a unicorn head mounted on the wall of the Adventurer's Guild. Looking at it produces the line, "They say that unicorns are only visible to virgins. You pretend you can't see it."
* In ''VideoGame/TheLongestJourney'', if April asks Flipper Burns how he lost his legs, he wants to know first if she is a virgin. If she says she is, he won't believe her and make up a joke answer to her question, whereas if she says she's not, he'll tell a more plausible tale. It's not clear if April really is a virgin (though her personality would make it likely) but the real issue here is that Burns simply can't believe a pretty girl like April would be one.
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[[folder:Webcomic]]
* ''Webcomic/{{Shortpacked}}'' - When Amber tells Robin that she had sex with Ethan, Robin assumes (due to her ShrinkingViolet personality) that Amber is a virgin and just lying to piss her off. Nope, not only has Amber slept with Ethan, he wasn't even her first.
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[[folder:Other]]
* In RealLife (and by extension, [[{{GIFT}} on the Internet]]), most people who talk arrogantly about their sex life (and tease people with it) are like this.
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[[folder:Western Animation]]
* The ''WesternAnimation/{{Archer}}'' episode "Swiss Miss" has Anka, a 15-year-old German heiress who's constantly trying to get in Archer's pants, much to his distress. It soon becomes clear she's a bratty virgin who's acting out when she compares revving the throttle on a snowmobile to what she does to guys' "Wilhelms."
-->'''Archer''': What? No, that's not - oh my ''God''. You've never even ''seen'' a Wilhelm!
-->'''Anka''': No! I have seen... ''dozens'' of Wilhelms! Scores, even!
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