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* In ''VideoGame/TalesOfSymphonia'' the characters come across a unicorn and need to get its horn. When told only a "pure maiden" can approach the unicorn, the adults of the party immediately assumes that Sheena, with her AbsoluteCleavage outfit, would be [[UnexpectedVirgin "unqualified."]] This is opposed to party member Raine who refuses to approach under the rationale [[OfCourseImNotAVirgin "I'm an adult"]].

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* In ''Series/{{Friends}}'', the ItsAWonderfulPlot episode is set in an AlternateContinuity where Ross never divorced Carol, Rachel married Barry, Joey never lost his job on ''Series/DaysOfOurLives'', Chandler quit his boring office job, Phoebe became a stock broker, and Monica stayed fat after high school. In the episode, Monica tells one of her friends that she plans to seduce her new boyfriend for the first time tonight, but it soon becomes apparent that she's still a virgin, though she denies this. Eventually, she and Chandler (who's only slept with one other woman ever) decide to spend the night together.

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* In ''Webcomic/ElGoonishShive'', in the midst of several extras [[http://egscomics.com/comic/tlod-023 coming clean]] that they are [[UnexpectedVirgin in fact virgins]], one extra confirms that he's ''not'' a virgin which leads to another extra coming clean that she is not a virgin to her SlutShaming friend who then [[http://egscomics.com/comic/tlod-024 comforts her]].


* In Film/The40YearOldVirgin the main character is exposed as this by trying to tell an obviously fake story about a sexual encounter, especially comparing the woman's breast to a "bag of sand".

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* In Film/The40YearOldVirgin ''Film/TheFortyYearOldVirgin'' the main character is exposed as this by trying to tell an obviously fake story about a sexual encounter, especially comparing the woman's breast to a "bag of sand".


* In Film/The40yearOldVirgin the main character is exposed as this by trying to tell an obviously fake story about a sexual encounter.

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* In Film/The40yearOldVirgin Film/The40YearOldVirgin the main character is exposed as this by trying to tell an obviously fake story about a sexual encounter.encounter, especially comparing the woman's breast to a "bag of sand".

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* In Film/The40yearOldVirgin the main character is exposed as this by trying to tell an obviously fake story about a sexual encounter.


* 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'.''

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The Ninth Doctor in the ''Series/DoctorWho'' episode "The Doctor Dances".
-->''Nine --->'''The Ninth Doctor:''' Nine hundred years old, me. I've been around a bit. I think you can assume that at some point I've 'danced'.'''[[UnusualEuphemism danced]]'.
** In "Twice Upon a Time", Bill gets a bit annoyed by the First Doctor's [[DeliberateValuesDissonance sexist remarks]] towards her, and calls him out on it. The First Doctor then brags that he's had some experience with "the fairer sex".
--->'''Bill:''' [[DudeShesALesbian Me too]].


A subtrope of SexIsCool. See also VirginShaming.

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A subtrope of SexIsCool. See also VirginShaming. Contrast UnexpectedVirgin.

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* In ''Film/HocusPocus'', Max lights a candle in an old home, which results in three witches coming back to life. Whenever he tries to tell someone, they all asks if he's a virgin, and he usually denies it, except everyone in the town knows that a virgin has to light the candle to get the witches to come back.

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* In ''Literature/SuperPowereds'', Sasha wants to take their relationship to the next level, but Vince is hesitant. She takes it (as well as him generally being reserve) to mean that he's a virgin. He explains that no, he's not, he's just hesitant about serious relationships, since his last one didn't turn out well ([[spoiler:in fact, the girl he lost his virginity to left him, while he was recovering from a fire]]).

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* In ''Film/WeddingCrashers'', Jeremy seduces and sleeps with Gloria. Afterwards, she tells him she's a virgin, causing him to panic and run, as his "rules" are strictly against anything more permanent than sex. Things don't go the way he wants, and he's forced to spent several days with her and her family. Meanwhile, she basically rapes him (to the point where he needs an icepack on his groin) and is shown to be an unstable nympho. Eventually, he tries to let her down, by telling her that he understand that him being her first probably has a lot of significance to her. She looks at him like he's crazy and invokes this trope. Nope, not a virgin, she just lied because she thought that all guys wanted to hear that. Suddenly, Jeremy wants nothing more than to be with her.

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* ''Series/TheFreshPrinceOfBelAir''. Will consoles Carlton over the fact that he's still a virgin, but staunchly denies being one himself, perhaps a little '''too''' strongly. It's never made clear in the show--he gives conflicting stories on when he did lose his virginity (though this could be a SeriesContinuityError), and the one time it was explicitly clear that he had sex (having been seduced by a date's mother), whether or not this was his first time is never established.

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* ''Series/TheGoldenGirls''. When Rose mentions the wonderful sex life she and her late husband had, Blanche scoffs at this, stating that Rose is so prudish that she doesn't even like to talk about sex. Rose shoots back that in her experience, people who constantly talk about sex are actually ''not'' having it that much, thus insinuating that Blanche's promiscuity and relentless sexy talk is a facade. Blanche withers under hers and Dorothy's gazes and abruptly shuts up.


* 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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* 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 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.


A subtrope of SexIsCool. See also AManIsNotAVirgin.

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A subtrope of SexIsCool. See also AManIsNotAVirgin.VirginShaming.



* 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.

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* 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 the DoubleStandard about men and virginity 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.

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