(Have no idea what this is in reference to? Read my earlier explanation.)

Imagine you could go back to the age of five and relive the rest of your life, knowing everything that you know now. You will re-experience your entire adolescence with both the cognitive ability of an adult and the memories of everything you’ve learned from having lived your life previously. Would you lose your virginity earlier or later than you did the first time around (and by how many years)?

First off, I don’t think of it as “losing” anything – this notion disparages the joy and naturalness of sexuality. Even as a teenager (I was 16 when I first had intercourse), my friends and I didn’t call each other to tell them we were no longer virgins – we came up with our own word, a word to represent a non-virgin, because we thought it was silly there was no such word in our vernacular. 

Anyway. Were I to use this pretty fantastic experience just to alter my spring awakening, I certainly would have used my refined seduction powers to have sex sooner. I was a very randy blooming young woman, and only waited as long as I did because it took me as long to find a fella to bed. Of course, by “seduction powers” I merely mean just the confidence to articulate what I wanted!