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Frequent Sex Ruins A Woman's Value


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I believe that frequent sex ruins a woman's value. I am on the pro side, and I hope to express my opinions on why and facts supporting my claims. Please do not join if you just wish to forfeit every round. I'm looking for an actual, serious debate.

Round 1
Thank you for accepting my challenge, and best of luck to you. 

First off, I'd like to start with the definitions of the debate. 


Virgin - 1. "a person who has never had sexual intercourse."
                 2. "a person who is naive, innocent, or inexperienced in a particular context."

Sex - "sexual activity, including specifically sexual intercourse."

Value - "the regard that something is held to deserve; the importance, worth, or usefulness of something."


First off, I believe that frequent sex with multiple partners ruins a woman's value.

Upon being born, you are automatically a virgin. For women, in particular, being a virgin is extremely valued, or at least used to be.

In modern times nowdays, it isn't looked down upon by society to frequently have sex with any and everyone, and for females it is now validated, being labeled as "empowerment" by modern feminists. 

Frequent sex has proven to cause depression, is unhygienic, and at least with traditional standards is seen as shameful.  

Once a woman's virginity is lost, she can never get it back. It's not a bad thing if she loses it to her husband, of course; but it isn't a good thing if she has it with multiple partners, including before marriage, as it's the actions of a slut.

As being pure contributes to her value, frequent sex with multiple partners deteriorates her value as a female, and comes with consequences. 


- Frequent sex with multiple partners comes bearing consequences.

- Losing her virginity and continuously exploiting herself deteriorates her value as a female.
Round 2
Why are you doing this to me?

Major flaw in resolution
To resolve this debate, Pro has to defend that frequent sex even if with the same or very few partners reduces the value of a woman. Pro has solely stuck to frequent sex where each partner has only a few or 1 time with her.

There is no inherent value to women

Women must have to earn their value, they can't have 'inherent' value unless Pro can prove it and justify it.

The woman who's fucked frequently has highest value as a sexual partner, at the very least

First, being very open to experiences is correlated with being successful (which I assume is a form of being valuable):
Second, being very experienced at sex (especially if with many partners) probably means the woman is going to rock your world sexually. In that sense alone, she objectively has higher value.

A woman that resents sex is probably going to make a grumpy spouse.

A woman who is frigid is probably not only bad at sex but very unwilling to explore in that realm. Not only that but she is likely to have mood issues elsewhere unless she's regularly masturbating to compensate.

First, let’s dive into the physical, positive effects orgasms can have. 

Women have regularly reported that if they were experiencing certain types of pain or discomfort, such as a headache, they find that it subsides after having an orgasm. This can be attributed to the fact that during an orgasm, large amounts of endorphins are released, which can impact how your body is experiencing pain.

Regular orgasms do many things to help boost a woman’s fertility. Examples include increasing the chance of pregnancy at any point during a women’s cycle, drawing in more sperm, and also boosting the immune system to help assist with fertilization. 

For both men and women who regularly participate in sexual activity and experience orgasms, they will experience a lowered risk for hypertension, rapid heart rate, and most cardiovascular diseases. 

After orgasming, the levels of white blood cells in your body increase. This means that your immune system has a boost for fighting off any illnesses.

Physical health isn’t the only area of health that’s impacted by orgasms. Here are the ways your mental health can also benefit. 

When you orgasm, a large level of the hormone oxytocin is released into your system. This is a powerful tool to help foster a stronger connection with your partner. That’s why after-sex cuddles can be a fantastic thing to engage in. It builds a stronger connection with your partner that only increases the enjoyment of your relationship. 

Similar to the above effect, the hormones released after an orgasm has been shown to increase the amount of brain activity you experience. This means more focus, better sleep, less stress, and a better ability to think through problems. 

Orgasms keep breakouts at bay.
Since orgasms release oxytocin (a hormone that accompanies pleasure) and decrease cortisol (which signals stress), you're less likely to break out or get rashes if you're enjoying regular orgasms over time.

There are also some immediate skin benefits to the big O. Orgasms give you a radiant flush by increasing blood and oxygen flow to your face.

2. Orgasms can increase body confidence.
Having an orgasms can actually help you feel better about your body. "When we focus on how much pleasure our bodies can give us, we can learn to associate being in our bodies with pleasure," says Wise. "The women who were courageous enough to participate in my orgasm studies reported that getting more comfortable with their bodies was a big factor in their enjoying their sex lives more fully." The best part? The more sex the women in Wise's study had, the better they felt about their bodies and the more sex they wanted to have.

3. Orgasms help you sleep better.
Having a good time in the sheets helps you fall asleep when you get between them. Better sleep is, in fact, one of the biggest health benefits of sex. Here's why: the post-sex rush of the hormone prolactin helps you doze off quicker, and the oxytocin and vasopressin that orgasms release make you sleep more soundly.

4. Your brain gets a workout during orgasm.
"I conducted research on how the brain responds to sexual stimulation and orgasm," says Wise. "We found that orgasm increased blood flow to so many brain regions, that the brain lighted up like a Christmas tree. Increased blood flow means that the brain is getting a wonderful and nutritious workout."

5. Orgasms lead to healthier hair.
The same improvement in circulation you get from orgasming which helps your complexion also goes to your scalp—intimacy will leave you with stronger, shinier, and longer-looking locks.

6. Orgasms boost estrogen and collagen, and give you a more youthful appearance.
Since orgasms help keep your blood pressure low, they slow down the aging process. They also boost your estrogen levels, increasing collagen, which is what helps keep your skin looking plump and youthful. Plus, the improvement in your sleep diminishes the appearance of wrinkles and lines.

7. Orgasms boost your immunity.
Orgasms release the chemical DHEA, which helps balance your immune system, promotes bone health, and assists in repairing tissues.

8. Orgasms make you feel happier.
The oxytocin released during orgasm literally makes people happier. It's called the "feel good" hormone for a reason.

9. Orgasms help you bond with your partner.
Orgasms can help promote our ability to bond with our partners, explains Wise. "Having a regular and rewarding sex life is one of the most wonderful ways to lubricate our relationships—and having good relationships is associated with improved well-being across the board," she says.

10. Orgasms relieve pain (including cramps).
"Sexual stimulation and orgasm release your bodies' own natural painkillers," says Wise. In addition to making you feel happy, oxytocin also can help to relieve everything from headaches to arthritis. They also relieve menstrual cramps (all the more reason to give period sex a try).

11. During orgasms, your breasts get bigger.
Who knew? "During sexual stimulation and orgasm your breasts get fuller," says Dr. Wise.

12. Your lips get fuller post-orgasm.
And it's not just your breasts—your lips aren't exempt from the boost in blood flow to your face resulting from orgasm, so they tend to look thicker and plumper, post-romp.

13. Orgasms can strengthen your pelvic floor.
The same muscles that engage during Kegel exercises are engaged during orgasm. A study published in the Journal of Women’s Health, Issues and Care argued that with routine orgasms, the pelvic floor will be stronger and healthier.

Women who have frequent sex are probably fit

Yeah, they're probably fit in 'that way' but I mean actually plain old 'fit' as well. She probably isn't just laying in typical missionary every time. She's probably working her neck, hands all of it, not gonna specify more as my opponent is underage.

Sex not only feels good. It can also be good for you. Here’s what a healthy sex life can do for you.
1. Helps Keep Your Immune System Humming
“Sexually active people take fewer sick days,” says Yvonne K. Fulbright, PhD a sexual health expert.
People who have sex have higher levels of what defends your body against germs, viruses, and other intruders. Researchers at Wilkes University in Pennsylvania found that college students who had sex once or twice a week had higher levels of the a certain antibody compared to students who had sex less often.

2. Boosts Your Libido
Longing for a more lively sex life? “Having sex will make sex better and will improve your libido,” says Lauren Streicher, MD. She is an assistant clinical professor of obstetrics and gynecology at Northwestern University’s Feinberg School of Medicine in Chicago.

For women, having sex ups vaginal lubrication, blood flow, and elasticity, she says, all of which make sex feel better and help you crave more of it.

3. Improves Women's Bladder Control
A strong pelvic floor is important for avoiding incontinence, something that will affect about 30% of women at some point in their lives.
Good sex is like a workout for your pelvic floor muscles. When you have an orgasm, it causes contractions in those muscles, which strengthens them.

4. Lowers Your Blood Pressure
Research suggests a link between sex and lower blood pressure, says Joseph J. Pinzone, MD. He is CEO and medical director of Amai Wellness.
“There have been many studies,” he says. “One landmark study found that sexual intercourse specifically (not masturbation) lowered systolic blood pressure.” That's the first number on your blood pressure test.

5. Counts as Exercise
“Sex is a really great form of exercise,” Pinzone says. It won’t replace the treadmill, but it counts for something.
Sex uses about five calories per minute, four more calories than watching TV. It gives you a one-two punch: It bumps up your heart rate and uses various muscles.
So get busy! You may even want to clear your schedule to make time for it on a regular basis. “Like with exercise, consistency helps maximize the benefits,” Pinzone says.

6. Lowers Heart Attack Risk
A good sex life is good for your heart. Besides being a great way to raise your heart rate, sex helps keep your estrogen and testosterone levels in balance.
“When either one of those is low you begin to get lots of problems, like osteoporosis and even heart disease,” Pinzone says.
Having sex more often may help. During one study, men who had sex at least twice a week were half as likely to die of heart disease as men who had sex rarely.

Surely this leads to apex value.
Round 3
Extend all arguments.
Round 4
And so it was