So did you check out 'Modern Love' in the New York Times over the weekend? The one with the 25-year-old virgin who works at an abortion clinic and gets jealous when her friends have pregnancy scares? Because she feels like a lack of sex, although not a big deal, is a really big deal? That is trapping her in childhood and preventing her from being a "real woman"? So she goes on the pill, for the hormones or something, and finally gets laid? But doesn't feel good until the moment after she takes the pregnancy test we all know the result of, in that moment before she actually knows the result, because she doesn't necessarily believe she isn't pregnant, even though she couldn't have sex before she took pills that would prevent her from being so? Wait, what?? We tracked down the one woman we thought might be able to shed some light on Kate McGovern's situation, renowned virginity expert — and 30-year-old virgin — Jane virginity bloggerSarah DiMuro. Her thoughts:
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