Virginity

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lmont - November 12

i just had s_x with my boyfriend last night. that was my first time but i didn't bleed. i told him i was a virgin but now he thinks i'm lying to him about my virginity since i didn't bleed. how come i didn't bleed? is that normal?

 

nickay - November 13

there is a piece of tissue that lies across the entrance to the v____a. It does not obstruct the entrance to the v____a but may be torn during s_xual intercourse, thus producing the bleeding by no means do all women bleed after their first s_xual intercourse. the tissue may well have been stretched or broken previously by exercise, tampon usage or by injuries such as the straddling of a bike saddle.

 

sploge04 - November 19

Hi Imont. I didnt bleed when i had s_x for the first time either. Not everyone does bleed, girls have a hymen which breaks the first time she has s_x but the hymen can break naturally through sport & horse riding etc without her knowing so yours may have already broken previously which is why you didnt bleed. You need to tell your boyfriend this, you can also look it up on the internet & show him it, a relationship is built on trust & honesty & he should believe you. Hope this has helped you a little bit.

 

Russell - November 19

yes it is normal, not everyone bleeds for everyone is different. I didn't beed either, but that was because my then boyfriend popped my cherry with his finger. So you're ok:)

 

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