Why doesn't the Torah/halacha ever talk about male virginity in all those thousands of books? Virginity has to do with the first intimate relations of a human being; but it is talked about only regarding women. Is it ok to say that no matter how many times a man is intimate, he is always considered a virgin or maybe the concept of virginity does not apply to males?
On a general basis and more so in ancient times there is a physical sign that proves virginity by a women. As that is an impossibility by a man it would be a difficult status to prove. (Although you can ask on this with Tumah and Tahara, the difference is that since Virginity has signs by a women it became a preference among men. Thereby making it more of a holy thing.)