November 1, 2o14
Kemal seducing virginal Lady Mary
Why do some women pretend to be virgins to the men they date when they are not anymore. I recently saw an episode of the British drama “Downton Abbey.” Lady Mary, a virgin, was seduced by a visiting foreign dignitary, Kemal.
Kemal took a liking to Lady Mary when they met, while staying at her family’s stately manor home in the beautiful English countryside. As she was getting ready for bed one night, handsome Kemal secretly knocked on her bedroom door and basically began begging her for sex.
The pure and chaste Lady Mary, not used to such temptation, was overwhelmed as he tried to convince her that she could let him take her virginity and he would lie for her so she could “be a virgin for (her) your future husband.” Lady Mary fell for it, succumb to temptation and Kemal has his way with her…and a heart attack has its way with him right after he had sex with her. Lady Mary must have been an exceptional virgin to give a man a heart attack on her first try of having sex (LOL).
Death by virgin. Kemal walked in the room, but got carried out, after taking Lady Mary’s virginity and having a fatal heart attack in her bed
Man or woman, if you are saving yourself for marriage, that’s a great thing. It‘s your personal choice. Let no one make you feel bad or guilty about that or con you into doing otherwise. If someone loves you, they’ll wait for you. If someone doesn’t like the fact you are saving yourself for marriage, that’s their problem. They don’t need to be around you.
However, if you’re not a virgin, you really shouldn’t pretend to be one to the person you are dating or marrying. Don’t deceive someone like that and let them think they’re sharing that special moment with you if they’re not actually the first. Honesty is the best policy.