If you ask ladies, are they virgins?
Well to them, this is a kind of question they don’t want to hear or be asked, and we have some ladies that don’t really understand the concept of virginity. As you read on, I hope you will have knowledge about what virginity is all about and as well who a virgin is.
In a simple term, virginity is when an individual has never had s3x. But it’s not quite as simple as it seems. That’s because s3x means different things to different people, so virginity can mean different things, as well.
A lot of people think that having penis-in-vagina s3x for the first time is how you lose your virginity. But this leaves lots of people and other types of s3x out of the picture.
Some people haven’t had penis-in-vagina s3x, but they’ve had other kinds of s3x (like oral s3x or anal s3x), and they may or may not see themselves as virgins. And don’t forget we have lesbian, gay, bisexual or pansexual people who may never have penis-in-vagina s3x at all. But they probably don’t see themselves as lifelong virgins just because they haven’t had penis-in-vagina s3x.
Many people believe rape and sexual assault aren’t s3x, it’s only s3x if both partners have consent. So if someone was forced or pressured the first time they had vaginal s3x, oral s3x, or anal s3x, they may not see that as “losing their virginity.”
The thing is that the definition of virginity is complicated, and it’s really up to you to decide what you believe. Some people don’t even care what “virginity” means or think it matters. Stressing about whether you’re a virgin is way less important than how you feel about your sexual experiences. Ask yourself: are you happy with the sexual experiences you’ve had or decided not to have?
But wait what happens the first time you have s3x?
Everyone’s first time is different. But one of the most important parts of being prepared for s3x is making sure you use birth control and condoms to help prevent pregnancy and Sexual Transmitted Diseases (STDs).
You may feel hurt, or feel good, or both when you have vaginal s3x for the first time. There might be pain and bleeding the first time a penis or fingers go into your vagina, but it doesn’t happen to everybody. Some people naturally have more hymenal tissue than others, this pain and bleeding can happen when their hymen gets stretched.
If pain and bleeding doesn’t get better after the first time you have vaginal s3x (penis-in-vagina), you can slowly stretch your hymen tissue with your fingers over time to make it less painful. In rare cases, people may need to see a doctor for a small procedure to open their hymen.
You may also have pain or irritation during vaginal s3x if your vagina isn’t lubricated (wet) enough. It’s totally normal to not have a lot of vaginal lubrication, and it doesn’t mean anything’s wrong with you or your partner. Using lube can help make sex more comfortable. It may also help to wait until you’re fully turned-on before putting anything in your vagina.
For people with a penis, penis-in-vagina s3x isn’t usually painful. Sometimes friction during s3x causes irritation on your penis, but using lube can fix this. If you have pain in your penis or genitals during s3x, it could be a sign that something’s wrong. Go to a nurse, doctor to get it checked out.
Nobody should have sex that feels uncomfortable or painful. If something hurts, stop. And if you’re having pain during any type of sex that doesn’t go away, visit your doctor or your health center.
Let us relate Hymen and virginity
What’s a hymen?
The hymen is a thin, fleshy tissue that’s located at the opening of your vagina. The hymen is set just inside the vaginal entrance and is well protected by the two layers of lips of the vulva, the labia major and the labia minora.
There’s a lot of confusion about hymens out there. Many people think the hymen totally covers the opening of the vagina until it’s stretched open, but that’s not usually the case. Most of the time, hymens naturally have a hole big enough for menstrual blood to come out and for you to use tampons comfortably. Some people are born with so little hymenal tissue that it seems like they don’t have a hymen at all. In rare cases, people have hymens that cover the entire vaginal opening, or the hole in their hymen is very small, they may need to see a doctor for a minor procedure to remove the extra tissue. Just like other parts of our body, hymens are a little different for everyone.
Your hymen can be stretched open the first time you have vaginal s3x, which might cause some pain or bleeding. But this doesn’t happen to everyone. And there are other ways that a hymen can be stretched open: riding a bike, doing sports, or putting something in your vagina (like a tampon, finger, or sex toy). Once your hymen is stretched open, it can’t grow back.
So the fact is that hymen is a stretchy collar of tissue that has nothing to do with virginity. You can not tell if someone is a virgin or not by looking at their hymen.
Some people believe that; You can not break or damage your hymen doing activities like gymnastics or riding a horse. It is not common for tampon use to affect your hymen.
So the question is will I bleed the first time I have s3x
The Facts; It is not a most for you to bleed the first time you have s3x.There are many things which influence whether bleeding happens or not. All hymens are stretchy but some are more stretchy than others. When bleeding does occur with first-time s3x, it might not even be coming from the hymen. Tiny splits can happen in other parts of the vaginal entrance.You cannot tell if someone is a virgin or not based on whether they bleed the first time they have s3x. You cannot tell if someone is a virgin or not by looking at their hymen.
The chemical hormone, oestrogen changes the appearance of your hymen over your lifetime. After puberty (when you develop breasts and get periods), the hymen becomes more stretchy, a bit like a hair scrunchy. Just like our noses are all slightly different, our hymens are all slightly different too.
The hymenal tissue is well supplied with blood, so will bleed. Most people heal very quickly and there is no sign of damage within a few days. This is the same story for other little splits that might happen anywhere at the vaginal entrance.
Is it possible for a penis to not fit into a vagina?
It’s possible, but it’s not very common. Vaginas are pretty stretchy. Most vaginas are between 3 to 7 inches long. And vaginas can stretch much longer and wider during sex and also during childbirth. But rarely, some penises won’t fit comfortably into some vaginas.
If a penis goes very deep in your vagina and hits your cervix or other areas, It may feel uncomfortable or painful. You can usually avoid this by trying different s3x positions or going slowly.
One last thing, you can’t know If a guy is a virgin unless you ask him.
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