By Tracey Cox for MailOnline. There's a school of thought that says how and who you lose your virginity to will not only affect your sex life forever but your future relationships. Heavy stuff, but quite logical when you think about it. If losing your virginity is a positive experience, you're more likely to view sex as something that's healthy and enjoyable and lovers as nice people who can be trusted. Scroll down for video.
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Skip navigation! Story from Movies. Find me a teen movie , any teen movie, and I'll show you at least one character obsessed with losing their virginity. The storyline is used in just about every YA book , teen TV show, and movie, perhaps because it's so eminently relatable. In movies, virginity loss scenes often contain hidden messaging about what sex means, and what its repercussions for an individual are. For male characters, sex is viewed as a conquest, and the loss of virginity is accompanied by a metaphorical trophy that says: Welcome to Manhood.
A film by Therese Shechter. I recommend it for anyone who desires a serious, grown-up, critical overview of the issue of sex and virginity in contemporary America. Her ability to teach, dismantle, expose and explore is remarkable. Therese Shechter. Therese Shechter deftly fuses personal narrative, interactive technologies and grassroots activism to chronicle 21st Century feminism, most recently as the writer and director of the documentary How to Lose Your Virginity Women Make Movies, Policy Mic said the film "might make you rethink everything you know about sex," and the Australian Daily Life called Therese "part of a new vanguard of feminist thinkers and media makers. In Fall , three of her films were screened in festivals on three different continents.