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Some may have had physical intercourse with another person – oral sex, mutual masturbation, possibly even anal sex – but consider themselves virgins because they’ve never had penile/vaginal sex.
Because of all of the importance placed on the concept of virginity, people are convinced that having passed some arbitrary cut-off point that they have rendered themselves utterly unfuckable and have somehow missed on a critical aspect of growing up.
(Which admittedly brings up the question of just who these studs are supposed to be racking up all these lays with, but that’s a matter for another time.) Even in this day and age when women are closer to social and sexual equity than they have ever been before, the double-standard still exists; the ultimate insults to label a woman are “slut” and “prude”.
Here’s the hard and fast truth about virgins and virginity: it’s a completely cultural construct.
The fact is, these six women break with the stereotype in many ways.
We learn that when Jean Woods’ husband of 56 years died, she applied for a job at Gap to make ends meet and ward off loneliness, and then switched from that job to a new one in a fashionable boutique.
She says she loves her life because she loves her job – and loving life keeps her living. “The minute you give an inch, it will take a mile.” She had just recovered from a serious bout of pneumonia. (A DVD of “Fabulous Fashionistas” is available by clicking here.) What’s your view? Read our Q&A with “Fabulous Fashionistas” director Sue Bourne (and see another taster) here.
I can’t count the number of letters I’ve gotten from virgin readers, men and women of just about every age who have not had sex yet and are desperately afraid that they’re “too late”.“Fabulous Fashionistas,” Michele Hanson writes, has simply picked something that these women have done all their lives – being stylish – and called it remarkable because they’re old.We wouldn’t have made a big deal of it if they were their younger selves, and so isn’t that ageist?“Just because you’re 71 doesn’t mean you’ve stopped being able to converse with people and hold down a job,” she says.Gillian Lynne, the 87 year old choreographer responsible for “Cats” and “Phantom of the Opera,” has been working nonstop since the ’40s.By the end of its 45 minutes, these women are much more than clotheshorses – just as they’re much more than “old.” “It’s not about money or looking younger,” one of the six says. “Having an identity beyond old lady.” The documentary makes a strong case for age being what you make of it.