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Hymen and Virginity

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Hymen and Virginity

 

According @ firstdoctorr on Twitter, he said "a woman's hymen can not tell you much about her virginity. Stop depending on it to judge if she's a virgin or not".

He further said;

"The hymen is a membrane covering the vagina opening. Its shape and size varies in people. It normally doesn't cover the vaginal opening completely to allow discharges/menstrual flow to pass through.

If imperfonate(covers vagina completely), surgery is done to open it up a bit.

Not all women are born with hymens. Nearly 1in 2000 females don't develop a hymen at all, which means their vagina is naturally open.

He also mentioned activities aside sex capable of tearing a woman's hymen.

  • Swimming
  • Riding a bicycle and horse
  • Splitting exercises and
  • Stretching following use of tampons and insertion of fingers or objects into the vagina".

From time immemorial it is believed that a woman's first sexual experience should be alittle bloody or blood is a proof of virginity. Lots of women whom were virgins and didn't bleed after their first sexual intercourse have met with hostility, or called liars because they didn't bleed.

He revealed that many women don't experience a hymen tear in their first vaginal sex because their hymen can comfortably stretch to accommodate the man's penis without tearing. So even after having sex, their hymen will remain intact.

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