I have finally made up my mind about my "problem". "What problem?" Aditi asked. "My virginity," I whispered into the phone. "Ah, that!" "I'm serious. I need help." "Okay then. Let's make it happen tonight, let's devirginize you! See you at the bar at 8, okay?"
Kaveri is 30, single, knows seven languages, is an interpreter by profession, has read all the books about men and how to get a date. Yet, she has not been able to figure out the language of love. Since the "the one great love" of her life has eluded her for 30 years and might never show up, she decides to take matters into her own hands. On her 30th birthday, she makes a resolution - love or no love, she is going to lose her virginity. Life, however, has other plans! This is a story of a spirited woman who plunges into a roller coaster ride filled with ideas, ideals, and adventures, each new day competing with yesterday to make her rethink and reevaluate life and love.
This is simply a 30 minute advertisement for the book titled"Losing My Virginity: The Purity Myth." The author of the book as well as Suzy Bright maintain that "virginity" is an abstract concept and should be deleted from society. The main goal of the author seems to be to encourage young people to have sex as early as possible. Now that I've summarized, you don't have to waste your time and money on this.
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