Oh, and did you notice how much sexual tension he has on stage? Kangin is the bad boy of the group and he runs after pretty girls a lot, so I highly doubt his innocence. and Seungho are not virgins because they look like they’ve already done it with their exes. He looks he’d do it to release a lot of built up tension in him. PLUS, I already mentioned her thing with Hae in the past. : D And as I said, these are all my opinions and views based on how I’ve been observing them and hearing them in variety shows, music videos, interviews, fanmeets, concerts and fancams.Sungmin however may scream innocent, but remember, he’s been around girls since his young age and he dances sexily a little TOO well with girls if you know what I mean. He looks like he’s done it at least once in his early teens when he was a little curious. And he has a girl friend now, a girlfriend who poses with her chest puffed out in pink lingerie. Key was a little doubtful, but I still couldn’t imagine it. O, Leejoon, Seungho Thunder grew up very sheltered and when he came to Korea he was practially shipped to debut. His viewpoint of love itself is so juvenile as well. Seungho even seems like he’d had a one night stand. We’ll never really know the truth unless they admit it themselves (FAT CHANCE). I’m very curious about who you think are virgins and who aren’t.We had started talking to the Tricycle a long time ago about how we might connect research about teenage sexuality with performance, even using performance itself as a vehicle for new research.
BIGBANG: VIRGINS- Daesung, Taeyang NON-VIRGINS- GD, TOP, Seungri Taeyang has been known to be a noob in relationships. Even if I try to squint my eyes and imagine him having sex, I can’t. Kevin and Alexander even admit to not having their first kiss (though Kevin already did in a play, but that doesn’t count). As for the two new members, I think AJ is still a virgin because he’s been busy his whole life. I’ll never dispell the thought of them not being virgins because the possibility of them all being virgins is like, WTF.
Tom and team came to meet us at Sussex for the day, talking with myself, historian Lucy Robinson who set him right on the recurrent history of ‘moral panics’ about sex and teenagers, Ester Mc Geeney (now at Brook) who shared her research on ’good sex’ and Elsie Whittington whose co-funded Ph D research on sexual consent is co-funded between Brook and the University of Sussex.