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Covering the opening of the vagina, the hymen is a thin layer of skin that can be torn or stretched open with penetration. Found about half an inch inside the vagina, the hymen has tiny holes and a small opening in the centre that allows for menstrual flow. Sometimes the tearing of the hymen can be uncomfortable and cause bleeding. But other times, you might not even notice when it happens Can my hymen be torn without losing my virginity? Masturbation , using tampons, and even rigorous activity like horse riding, dancing, riding a bike, and other sports may stretch the hymen before vaginal sex and can cause rupture or tearing. So yes — the hymen can definitely be torn without losing your virginity.
But how should I ask her? Thanks, Thinking of her, Joseph Dear Joseph, Take the intense make-out sessions as a clue to what comes next: Body language can give you quite a bit of information regarding the comfort, interest and desires that your partner has. Note if her hands travel southward at any time, or if she starts raising your shirt over your head.
Hey, I have had sexual intercourse a number of times with men and women and my cherry still hasn't popped. I'm worried that I might never be able to have children as a result. Is that true and how can I solve the problem? Well, first off, it'd be good to toss out the whole idea of the " cherry.
It comes from animism where everything has a spirit and is compared to us in that we have genders. Earth is like a mother, giving birth, feeding, and sustaining life. Weather is depicted as being male. So its kind of a combination of colloquialism and ancient beliefs, I think.