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* [[Creator/JamesMcAvoy Valentin Bulgakov]] from ''The Last Station'' gets teased for being a virgin, even though the ideology he has dedicated his life to commands a celibate life-style.

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* [[Creator/JamesMcAvoy Valentin Bulgakov]] from ''The Last Station'' gets teased for being a virgin, even though the ideology he has dedicated his life to commands a celibate life-style.lifestyle.



* In ''Film/TheFortyYearOldVirgin'', after Andy inadvertently ousts himself as a virgin, his [[WithFriendsLikeThese "friends"]] and coworkers go out of their way to remind him how they think it's so weird for him never have had sex at his age.

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* In ''Film/TheFortyYearOldVirgin'', after Andy inadvertently ousts outs himself as a virgin, his [[WithFriendsLikeThese "friends"]] and coworkers go out of their way to remind him how they think it's so weird for him never have had sex at his age.


* [=YouTube=] personality [=DrNerdLove=] comments about it in his video "The Virginity Paradox" regarding male virginity.

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* [=YouTube=] personality [=DrNerdLove=] [[WebVideo/DrNerdLove [=DrNerdLove=]]] comments about it in his video "The Virginity Paradox" regarding male virginity.

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* [=YouTube=] personality [=DrNerdLove=] comments about it in his video "The Virginity Paradox" regarding male virginity.

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* ''Series/{{Burnistoun}}'': The Doberman was heavily bullied and forced to hump a pole as a teen due to being a virgin. As an adult superhero, he's still very sensitive about it.

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** In the episode ''The 42-Year-Old Virgin'' every one shames Stan for lying about killing anyone, comparing it to someone not losing their virginity.


** A candle with a black flame is prophecized to resurrect a trio of witches if a virgin were to light it. Initially one would suspect that [[LittleMissSnarker the little girl]] [[BrattyHalfPint in the witch's costume]] would light it. But no, it was the main, '''male''' character Max who lit the candle. The [[TalkingAnimal cursed-as-an-immortal-cat Binx]] spelled this fact out in case the viewers forgot the virgin clause, as did [[LittleMissSnarker the little girl]].

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** A candle with a black flame is prophecized prophesied to resurrect a trio of witches if a virgin were to light it. Initially one would suspect that [[LittleMissSnarker the little girl]] [[BrattyHalfPint in the witch's costume]] would light it. But no, it was the main, '''male''' character Max who lit the candle. The [[TalkingAnimal cursed-as-an-immortal-cat Binx]] spelled this fact out in case the viewers forgot the virgin clause, as did [[LittleMissSnarker the little girl]].

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* Brian fears this treatment in ''Film/TheBreakfastClub'' after Bender jokingly calls him a cherry. This leads to a massive misunderstanding with Claire, forcing Brian to confirm that he is, in fact, a virgin. It's subverted when Claire says "it's okay for a guy to be a virgin", but it's brought up again later when the whole group hounds her until she admits that she is also one, hinting that even she thinks there's a double-standard at work.


* ''Series/{{Smallville}}'': For the first several seasons Clark was the epitome of the innocent male virgin, to the point that it'd become somewhat of an in-joke amongst fans, who coined the term "Supervirgin." In one episode, a witch who needs the hair of two virgins for a spell successfully uses Clark's, just in case there was any doubt. Subverted in that it was later revealed Clark was worried that in the throes of passion he would lose control of his powers and harm his partner. When he lost his powers in the beginning of season 5, he had sex with Lana the very next episode.

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* ''Series/{{Smallville}}'': For the first several seasons Clark was the epitome of the innocent male virgin, to the point that it'd become somewhat of an in-joke amongst fans, who coined the term "Supervirgin." In one episode, a witch who needs the hair of two virgins for a spell successfully uses Clark's, just in case there was any doubt. Subverted in that it was later revealed Clark was worried that [[ManOfSteelWomanOfKleenex in the throes of passion passion, he would lose control of his powers and harm his partner.partner]]. When he lost his powers in the beginning of season 5, he had sex with Lana the very next episode.


* Diane from ''WesternAnimation/BoJackHorseman'' experienced both this and SlutShaming at the same time when she was called a "virgin slut" in high school. Even back then she wasn't afraid to point out the LogicBomb.

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* Diane from ''WesternAnimation/BoJackHorseman'' experienced both this and SlutShaming at the same time when she was called a "virgin slut" in high school. Even back then then, she wasn't afraid to point out the LogicBomb.


* Diana from ''WesternAnimation/BoJackHorseman'' experienced both this and SlutShaming at the same time when she was called a "virgin slut" in high school. Even back then she wasn't afraid to point out the LogicBomb.

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* Diana Diane from ''WesternAnimation/BoJackHorseman'' experienced both this and SlutShaming at the same time when she was called a "virgin slut" in high school. Even back then she wasn't afraid to point out the LogicBomb.


* In the second season of ''Series/{{Galavant}}'', a potion to save Galavant's life requires a gray hair from the beard of a middle-aged virgin. King Richard initially insists that such a thing would be impossible to find, before relenting and admitting that he's a virgin (despite being fifty, married, and a king).

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* In the second season of ''Series/{{Galavant}}'', a potion to save Galavant's life requires a gray hair from the beard of a middle-aged virgin. King Richard initially insists that such a thing would be impossible to find, before relenting and admitting that he's a virgin (despite being fifty, married, a king, and a king).''married'').


* ''Literature/TrappedOnDraconica'': Justified here. According to Leondian law, no one can take part in combat unless they have at least one child. Being a virgin means being a non-combatant which means being deadweight. In short, being a virgin is festering spearhead in Kalak's self-confidence. [[spoiler: [[TheirFirstTime He gets over shortly after meeting Daniar.]]]]

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* ''Literature/TrappedOnDraconica'': Justified here. According to Leondian law, no one can take part in combat unless they have at least one child. Being a virgin means being a non-combatant which means being deadweight. In short, being a virgin is festering spearhead in Kalak's self-confidence. [[spoiler: [[TheirFirstTime He gets over it shortly after meeting Daniar.]]]]

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* ''Fanfic/{{Myrmidons}}'': Sheri Walford's old service buddy Lisa Makbar jokingly calls her "bitch" for saving herself for the right guy; Sheri calls Lisa "slut" for, [[EthicalSlut well, not.]] Amanda Nung similarly tries a few times to get Sheri laid. [[spoiler:She finally sleeps with Warrant Officer Abaddon on her nineteenth birthday in part three.]]


* {{Lampshade|Hanging}}d and {{Subverted|Trope}} in ''Literature/TheBlackMagicianTrilogy'': adolescent StreetUrchin and incipient gang leader Cery is amused to hear teenage nobles bragging about their alleged sexual conquests, because most slum boys their age have already done the things they're claiming to have done and don't see it as some sort of prize to shout from the rooftops.

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* Mamori in ''Anime/ValkyrieDriveMermaid'' often gets mocked for her name being [[AlternateCharacterReading spelled with the same kanji]] as "virgin".

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