Is there anything wrong with this argument: 1. Let's assume that out of all the girls, 15% of them are virgins. 2. I myself am a virgin and praying to God for one to marry is justified. 3. Let's also assume that a virgin marrying a non-virgin is a nett negative for the virgin, especially if he is a guy. Bear in the mind this is in the context of the whole marriage, that is life after all the sparks, whistles, excitement have died down in a couple of years. Therefore, I conclude two outcomes ... Outcome 1: Because sin has entered the world and ultimately we live in the world and have to realistically deal with what is presented to us, the virgin may have to accept that based on probabilities, he won't get married. Outcome 2: With the yearning to expand his emotional range and possibilities going through life together with someone, he will do it at the expense of suffering mental torture and perpetual doubts that comes with marrying a non-virgin as explained by biological science. Agreed? As you can tell, this thread is based on rationale and sound reasoning.