Does The Vagina Bleed After Petting Is It No Longer A Virgin?
Good afternoon, want to ask: my vagina bleed a little when finished having sex even though I didn’t put it in just rubbing it on? Please answer, does the bleeding of the vagina make me no longer warm, even if it’s just a little?
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Virginity basically cannot be related to bleeding from the vagina or tearing of the hymen. The hymen can be torn for a variety of things, including sexual intercourse, history of injury to the pubic area, certain sports (for example biking or riding a horse), masturbation, and so forth. The hymen can also not be torn despite sexual intercourse.
Nursing itself is only a concept that can be defined differently by each person. In general, virginity is considered to have disappeared after sexual intercourse with penile penetration into the vagina. But there are also people who think that doing petting (sex-rubbing) or even masturbating also removes virginity. Because of that virginity cannot be defined by tearing or not tearing of the hymen and there is no measure of size either (is it not a little virgin because the hymen is ripped slightly or not virgin because of a large torn hymen).
Bleeding in the vagina after you do the petting can indeed indicate a tear in your hymen (it could also indicate other things, for example injury to the mouth of your vagina, you experience menstruation after petting, etc.). But still a virgin or not your virgin, depends on the definition of virginity that you make yourself.
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