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'Sex with lover OK'

After Khushboo, the sex sirens dare to speak on virginity.

india Updated: Feb 04, 2006 19:01 IST

Southern actress Khushboo dared to voice her opinion about it and faced wrath within no time. Now, HTTabloidaskedthe sex goddesses how crucial is virginity for them and whether they feel like a virgin or not? Here, is what the glam gals dared to say...

Julie bombshell Neha Dhupia says, "In my view virginity cannot be the basis for categorising a person as moral or immoral, or so to say, a good or bad being. I feel that it is a subjective issue and depends from person to person. Every woman has a different approach towards virginity and sex. While some attach it with sanctity and there are even girls who care two hoots about losing their chastity."

While Neha believes generalising women would be unfair, hottie Sameera Reddy endorses the 'Just Do it' policy. "If you are in love with someone and if you know his mind as much as you know your own, there is nothing wrong in losing your womanhood or having sex with him. I believe that it is a personal decision if a girl wants to experience sex before marriage. Virginity is an asset but if you want to lose it to someone whom you trust and you think is going to be your life partner then I don't think there is anything wrong in it," states Reddy.

Seductress Kareena Kapoor agrees with Sameera. She says, "I believe that virginity is the most sacred thing for a woman. Even though everyone has his/her own take on it and it varies from person to person. Some choose to remain virgin till marriage while others feel the other way round. But, at the same time I do believe that it is not very important for a woman to remain a virgin anymore."

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First Published: Feb 04, 2006 18:48 IST