It felt so good taking my husband’s virginity

November 04, 2019

Dear Pastor,

I am 26 years old. One year ago I got married to a man from Jamaica. I am living in the United States of America and I came to Jamaica to marry him. I met him while I was vacationing in Jamaica two years ago. He is such a gentleman. My girlfriend was with me at that time. This man took us everywhere and he did not overcharge us. I fell in love with him. He knew that I liked him and my girlfriend liked him, too, but she had a boyfriend. So, she told me that we can do our thing.

One day she even pretended that she wasn't well to allow us to be alone. I literally threw myself on this man that night, but he did not take the bait. I knew I did something wrong and I apologised to him. I tried to romance him. I wanted to feel if he had an erection and that is when he told me that nothing is wrong with him. But he made a vow that it is only his wife who should be the first woman in his life and to take his virginity. I could not believe that at his age, he was still a virgin.

When he said that to me, I told him that I was not worthy to be his wife because I was not a virgin, and I have had a few boyfriends in my life. He said he wouldn't have a problem with that. I want people to know that there are many good Jamaican men. Not all of them are bad. The impression that lots of people give is that all Jamaican men are wild. I can tell you that it felt so good taking my husband's virginity. When we had sex for the first time, I wished I was a virgin, too.

Keep up the good work, Pastor.

M.J.

Dear M.J.,

I am sure that all Jamaican men would thank you for your kind words about us . We know, as a fact, that there are some outstanding Jamaican men. They love and respect women. They try their best to take care of them. They provide for their children and they try to meet their bills. On the other hand, we also know th at there are those who are worthless, lazy and good for nothing. Many of them are cruel to women, but we hope that these are in the minorit y.

I ho pe that you would do your best to treat your husband well. Your past does not have to hurt your relationship. Y our husband is a wise man. He did not allow what you have done in the past to stand in the way of his love for you. In the words of the common man, I want to big him up.

Pastor

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