Hello friends, I am a 27 year old guy, somewhat attractive, more on personality than on looks. Right out of my Ivy league school, I got a job in finance and am about that time in my life when I want (not need) a girlfriend. There's a multitude of angles in answering the question of which girlfriend to get. Experiences and previous girl_friends has stirred me to ponder on the following: should I consider a non-virgin as a girlfriend. More on context. 1. I am a virgin and has always played it by the Bible. Undoubtedly, I have about 8 good years of real Christian upbringing. Admittedly, my quiet time has decreased dramatically. Still I serve and pray once a week because deep down I know Jesus is the truth. 2. I'm all about class. I would never waste an hour with a girl just so I could lose it, knowing that she wasn't one to match up to my standards or what I expect myself to get from a girl. Yes, I'm talking all the commitment, emotional before the sex. 3. I do believe in waiting until marriage and in ignorance is bliss. However, if the right girl comes along, we knew we were meant to be, then it might be the sack before the bells. That I turned down sex once should hint at the definition "right". Specifically, what I want to know from those who have had similar experiences: Am I inflating my righteousness in completely eliminating having sex with a non-virgin? Yes, I understand that Jesus forgives and that she didn't know me when she did it. However, I draw two negative outcomes from this: 1. I will NEVER have that special lose it to each other feeling, something which I may regret knowing I'll never have that. 2. Again, it's a matter of class. I'm giving away something to someone who can't give me hers. Don't look at history and just look at what it is right now. She gets mine but I don't get hers. Thank you in advance for your responses. I know I'm being a little verbose and perhaps boastful here. The thing is that I'm thought about this many times and I just need some Christian no nonsense opinions. Thanks.