I went to a secular college and you would not believe the number of sex women are having. I don't think there was a single virgin at my university, even the hijab-wearing Muslim women were doing it. As disgusting as it is, it is NOT unusual for your average 25-year-old today to have at LEAST fifty (50) previous sexual partners. I don't want to blame technology but the Tinder phone app greatly accelerated "hookup culture" to the point that almost every young person is emotional, if not physically, damaged.
They call that the "body count".
And there are great charts out there showing that the higher the "body count", the more incapable a woman is of pair bonding with her future husband.
And no, it doesn't work the same for men. Men and women are different.
I heard this analogy, which is hard to refute:
A key that can open many locks is a master key
A lock that opens to any key is a crappy, worthless lock
Yes, libertine men are still in mortal sin, and will go to hell forever if they don't repent, but it doesn't permanently destroy their nature the same as a woman with the same body count.
Keys and locks are not the same, and men and women are not the same. Women conform and mold themselves (pair bond) to their man to a certain extent, and this becomes more difficult A) with age but mostly B) with the number of men they've been with. Studies have proven this.