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Find out if Colton is able to maintain his purity as a gaggle of sexually hungry women fight for his love.

Colton Underwood is making history as the first open virgin to star as "The Bachelor" -- but will he be able to maintain his purity as a gaggle of sexually hungry women fight for his love?

In ABC's new trailer for Season 23, cameras document Colton's journey to find "the one," but things prove difficult for the boy next door-turned-chiseled football player.

"I am a virgin," he says in the preview. "But that's just a small part of who I am."

If you ask the women vying for Colton's heart, however, his virginity is not just a "small" part of who he is. In fact, the entire trailer -- and likely season -- revolves around his V-card.

"I have not dated a virgin since I was 12," one of the women tells him during a rose ceremony. Another says during a confessional, "Could Colton lose his virginity in Singapore? Maybe!"

"You could lose your virginity this week," host Chris Harrison later tells Colton during a one-on-one conversation before "fantasy suites."

"Sexual intimacy is a big part of any relationship," he replies.

But all the V-card talk and stress of finding his soulmate causes Colton to reach his breaking point.

"I can't accept your proposal," one of the women is seen telling a tearful Bachelor, who replies, "Every time I put myself out there, I get f--king rejected."

In a later scene, cameras follow Colton as he storms off set and says he's "done."

"Holy--" a wide-eyed Harrison says as he watches Colton hop the fence of the premises and disappear into the night. "Colton!"

Colton's journey to love on "The Bachelor" premieres Jan. 7 on ABC.

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