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As a muslim woman I've always kept my virginity, sexual intimacy etc., for my future husband because I don't want to commit zina no matter how common it is in our society now.

I've met and talked to this particular man and we found a lot of attraction and we have agreed to be married since he said that he didn't want to talk too long and eventually fall into haram situations (being alone together, etc.)

And then, he eventually revealed to me that he's not a virgin as has had a past with his exes. He wasn't religious back then and his parents didn't really teach him the basic islamic faith so he didn't think much of it until he finally came back to the religion and become practicing muslim man now.

I'm grateful that he has repented and everything but the thought of not being my husband's first really bothers me. Is it something that I should be worried of or not?

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