I found a somehat worrisome article: http://abcnews.go.com/Health/Sex/story?id=3932047&page=1 Essentially it suggests that late virgins are at greater risks at developing sexual problems, even later in life, and that it may not just be because of psychological hangups but about biological factors as well. Like others on this forum I'm a late virgin. I didn't mean to pour salt on our already deep wounds but this has got me somewhat worried. I don't know what to think of it. It does seem strange that biological factors comes into play other than that those who are late virgins on average may have a natural lower libido or something like that. But that has nothing to do with late virginity in itself. What do you guys think of it? That it can be a psychological hangup and therefore lead to sexual problems is quite logical. But are there even biological or deeper factors at play here? Have late virgins to some degree even irreversebly damaged themselves and therefore causing sexual problems? That the body should have had sex when you are twenty and at your sexual peak otherwise it's going to cause problems in the future or something like that. I don't like to think that is the case but it worries me. I'm not basing this just on that article. I have seen other sources suggesting the same.