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This site made its initial debut in 2010 as an online diary called “Miss Daphne’s Blog: Diary of a real-life 40-year old Virgin”. Blogging about my life as a real 40-year-old Virgin that took pride in Virginity was my attempt to defuse negative stereotypes about Virgin adults seen in films like The 40-year-old Virgin. I wanted to show the public (i.e. non-virgins) that we are people just like everyone else who work, pay taxes, vote, pursue an education, have careers, and care for our families. I blogged about normal everyday things like my job, family, pets, etc. I was not particularly interested in blogging specifically about Virginity. My aim was to offer “the public” a window into the everyday life of someone who just happened to be a Virgin.

Gradually, I began to notice that the posts that got the biggest response were the ones that specifically dealt with Virginity, and I came to realize that most of my followers/readers were Virgins. It seemed that the only people who were really interested in seeing Virgin life portrayed in a truthful affirmative way were Virgins. By 2012 I decided to change the focus of my blog. “Miss Daphne’s Blog” was renamed “Virginity’s Voice” and began a transformation from a personal online diary to a mouthpiece expressing the sentiments, experiences, and issues of all Virgins choosing to keep their Virginity for any considerable length of time.

The site underwent several months of construction to change its layout and expand its format to include new pages, material, and features. The revamped version was unveiled on January 12, 2013.

Personal Info

  • Name: Daphne…. Miss Daphne
  • Sexual Status: Virgin, never been kissed
  • Gender: Female
  • Age: 47
  • Heritage: African-American
  • Country: USA
  • Education: Bachelor’s Degree in writing
  • Current Job: Teacher’s aide
  • Career Goals: To make a living as a writer and a speaker.
  • Astrological Sign: Cancer
  • Religion: Spiritual but not religious
  • Hobbies: Listening to music and reading.
  • Fun Fact: Was diagnosed with adult ADD
  • Personality: I am a shy, quiet, introvert but I have a wild streak and can be outspoken when it comes to things I really believe in.

Virginity’s Voice.net is a voice for the most voiceless people in modern society… real Virgins who live pure and Chaste lives.

My mission for Virginity’s Voice is to be a voice for the most voiceless people in modern society… real Virgins who live pure and Chaste lives. Posts will cover news, entertainment, culture, politics, and social issues relevant to Virgins and Virginity. It will also feature bold commentary and criticism, provocative personal essays, and captivating fiction. Above all, the mission of Virginity’s Voice is to promote “Virgin pride” by providing Virgins with affirmative  images and messages about Virginity.

Belief Statements

  • It is not necessary to believe in God or practice any particular religion to remain a Virgin if it is your preferred lifestyle.
  • Being a Virgin, in itself, does not make anyone “good” or “morally superior” to people who are not Virgins.
  • Chastity is a valid and legitimate sexual preference that deserves the same tolerance and respect given to other forms of sexuality that are different from the norm.
  • Virgins are a sexual minority group entitled to the same rights, recognition, and respect as any other sexual minority.

Who this site is for

Virginity’s Voice is written from a Virgin’s perspective primarily for Virgins who take pride in their Virginity. If you are a Virgin adult who has aged out of the abstinence scene and is tired of the typical Virginity-related sites that are aimed primary at teenagers, this site is definitely for you. If you are a Celibate (a non-virgin abstaining from sex) this site could be for you too since Virgins and Celibates deal with many of the same issues. To follow this blog click in the box to the right of your screen that says “Follow Blog Via Email” and enter your email address to receive notifications of each new post by email.

Don’t forget to “Like” me on Facebook!

If you want to know more about me, read my personal story through the following links:

How I came to be a Perpetual Virgin, part 1

How I came to be a Perpetual Virgin, part 2

How I came to be a Perpetual Virgin, part 3

How I came to be a Perpetual Virgin, part 4

How I came to be a Perpetual Virgin, part 5

How I came to be a Perpetual Virgin, part 6

How I came to be a Perpetual Virgin, part 7 

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9 Comments

  1. Meghan

     /  November 9, 2011

    Hey Miss Daphne!

    I’m working on a new show for TLC and would love to chat with you about it!!! You seem perfect for this show!! Please shoot me an email and we can go from there so I can fill you in.

    Reply
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     /  August 11, 2012

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  3. Elisha Hammerstrom

     /  March 7, 2013

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    Reply
  4. JOSEPH KAFEERO

     /  March 9, 2013

    THIS IS A BLESSING IN THIS CONFUSSED AND TROUBLED WORLD.

    GOD BLESS YOU DAPHENE

    Reply
    • God bless you too. And I can’t thank you enough for such a wonderful comment! I hope that you will visit here often.

      Reply
  5. Darnley

     /  March 12, 2013

    This blog rocks! I love it!

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  6. It’s a pity you don’t have a donate button! I’d without a doubt donate to this fantastic blog! I guess for now i’ll settle for bookmarking and adding your RSS feed to my Google account. I look forward to brand new updates and will share this blog with my Facebook group. Talk soon!

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    • Interesting. I considered having a donate button but was hesitant to do it because I wondered if it would be appropriate. Perhaps I’ll reconsider.

      Reply

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