My dear,

It is one of the superstitions of the human mind to have imagined that virginity could be a virtue.

For how else do you explain society’s love for the being that has never received pleasure of the body. Or the adoration we give those who have never connected with another human being on a primal level? Or the praise we give those who in a selfish sort of way have not furthered the human race by keeping themselves to themselves?

Virginity is less virtue, than it it a way for one being to mock another by saying “I have resisted my desires, and thus I am better than you.”

Falsely yours,
François-Marie Arouet