I owe no one nothing: Not my status of virginity.

For the first time in a long time, I felt cornered, truly lost on where to go, not knowing what to do to get past this moment in time, with my heart utterly crushed again.

I called out for you.

As you are making the day of someone else, do you know I am constantly questioned for our reasons to end. It somehow always leads back to me not sexually satisfying you.

Is it because I am a girl?

Do you know, that until this day, the status of my virginity is asked more than whether or not I am okay. People who can hardly spell my name throw me in a debate of my virginity, in means to “get to know” me. As if that is the second best thing after my name, to clearly convey who I am.

Because how could a “pretty” girl like me remain a virgin, but how could a “goodie” girl like me, be not a virgin?

I owe no one nothing.

To the people who want to know my status of virginity because they are mesmerized by me as someone so rare, I can tell you with confidence that there are a million reasons as to why I am rare that have absolutely nothing to do with my status of virginity. 

Maybe the next time you want to get to know me, maybe ask something that could better define me. Maybe my hobbies? Maybe my dreams and aspirations? Maybe how I feel about you?

To all the people who tried to pry information from my family and friends behind my back about whether or not your predictions on my virginity are correct:

Fuck You.

Because you’ve hardly or never asked if I am okay. Whether I’ve made it out of therapy, whether I have gotten back to eating, sleeping, whether I still ice my face from crying on the daily, whether I’ve healed from everything that has happened to me. Whether I’ve found myself after losing myself through all this time I lived for someone else.

Your status of virginity would not be the first thing I’d ask after seeing you crumble from a relationship people were well aware you gave everything and fought for. It would not even cross my mind after seeing you lose a person who was your world because I know exactly how excruciating it is to lose someone you love.

As a matter of fact, I am still not interested in your virginity and nor will I ever be. Because I respect you as you, and something so petty does not define who you are to me.

So please let go of that curiosity of yours. And know that there are better things to look out for. Focusing on the status of someone’s virginity will make you miss out on the better, more important pieces of them.

This is not a matter of condemning new people to things that happened in my past, this is a matter of me demanding the same amount of respect for myself that I would generously give to you.


I am taking all the time I need to heal so that I can be among people at my best. If that is not something you can wait for, please just run along. This is not me clinging onto my past, this is me doing everything I can to win it. And it starts with me, doing something I never knew how to do: standing up for myself.


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8 thoughts on “I owe no one nothing: Not my status of virginity.

  1. Wennicha says:

    Nakita, every word you have written heals me so much.
    Thank you for speaking out for other women, and thank you for valuing yourself so much. So often I forget how to value me, but your blogs help build me back up and I am very grateful to have someone like you to look up to. ❤ ❤ ❤


    1. notesfromnakita says:

      Thank you dear Wennicha. That speaks volumes to me and gives me so much courage. You too, have so much wisdom instilled in you. Seeing women alike, make us a little less scared to be a little more strong. 🙂


  2. Mai Kao Xiong says:

    ❤ ❤ ❤ what you have to share. I love the positive-ness from you, the encouraging words and last but not least just you stating what you have said above. I couldn't of had say it any better. I hope for that scar to be heal and or wounds that you may still be linger to by pass. ❤ you Nakita #myrolemodel/hero


    1. notesfromnakita says:

      Thank you Mai Kao! That means so much ❤ Thank you for taking the time to read and to leave such loving words. I appreciate you so much!


  3. shouathaoblog says:

    You tell it girl. ❤ Its sad to hear that something like this can happen to such a bright and hard working girl like yourself. However, I’m glad to see this side of you. Definitely diggin’ it! 👌😉


    1. notesfromnakita says:

      Awww, thanks baby girl. I wouldn’t want it to happen to anyone else. You are a rockstar. Thanks for the love! ❤


  4. James says:


    May I ask who initially broke the trust in your relationship? It sounded like you guys really loved each other, but couldn’t count on one another to be honest.


    1. notesfromnakita says:

      Hi James,

      My partner and I both agree that it was definitely him who broke the trust. I don’t despise him though. We truly loved each other but couldn’t count on each other because we couldn’t count on ourselves. We both were quite insecure. But it’s interesting how much you realize after the relationship ends. Like how unnecessary that distrust was. I hope others can learn too. 🙂

      Thank you for asking.


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