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Like a whopping 72 percent of my classmates, I entered Harvard a clueless virgin. Explaining my school's overwhelming virginity is easy. My very first day on Harvard's campus began with a bang, to use the easiest pun imaginable. I lost my virginity at Harvard's prefrosh visiting weekend, Visitas. I prefer to say I "made my sexual debut" because I didn't really "lose" anything except for a hoop earring that somehow got wedged under his mattress, my hookup calling card to this day. In the morning, I felt oddly empowered, despite the lackluster five minutes of actual intercourse.
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By Shera S. Avi-Yonah and Delano R. Though hailing from different regions around the world and representing a vast array of backgrounds and intellectual interests, a majority of the Class of have at least one thing in common: they are virgins. For the sixth year in a row, the percentage of surveyed incoming freshmen who said they did not have sex before coming to college hovers just above 60 percent. The Crimson began surveying incoming students in — since then, the percentage of virgins matriculating at Harvard has ranked at 65 percent,
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