At what age is it okay to lose your V-card?
Although it is a person's choice, it should provably wait until 25. This is because a person's brain, specifically their prefrontal cortex, or decision making control center, usually continues to develop until then. Then they would be able to consider all the options and choose if they really want to do something or not.
According to Eccentric, only UK is a reasonable country. The entire Europe is a filthy oligarchy the libtards and mainstream media repwhoreters dare to say matters.
As for USA: WOOOOOOOOOOOOO the rebels defeated the staus wuo OMG we are annihilating the PC bitches WOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO...
Oh wait, he's in the majority now, doesn't that make his cuck boys the mainsteam? xD
The mother in me says NEVER!!!....or at least not until you find the right partner to have children. The realist in me says....."........" sorry the mother in me is still screaming.
Really though, I would prefer my child to wait until they are at least an adult. I know that's not realistic but the consequences are SO large. When you have a child your life isn't your own anymore and you have to be ready for it. I want my children to talk to me and I won't judge them if a mistake happens, we'll get through it...ok, I may judge them a little, but we will get through it as a family. I think the main thing is teaching my daughter that she has to be sure about the partner. And teaching my son the same.
It varies with the maturity of each individual. I would say the minimum is puberty (no one who hasn't even hit puberty yet should be losing their virginity), the norm is junior/senior years of high school, the universal legal threshold in the US would be 18 (some places are earlier, but if you want defendable in any state it would be 18), and the wisest scenario is you lose it after you can legitimately support yourself and others financially, but let's face it very few people really wait that long.