if you don't wanna lose your virginity, don't have sex. stay celibate.
but don't worry about your hymen. if you've used tampons or ridden a bicycle, you probably don't have one, or much of one anyway.
if you just want pleasure without any of the consequences, try masturbation. no risk of stds, no unwanted pregnancies, no heartbreak. and it's not a perverted thing to do, in fact, a good lot of us do it, even if we care not to talk about it.
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Your hymen has absolutely nothing to do with yoru virginity. Being a virgin means you have NOT HAD SEX YET. If you have had a PENIS inside your VAGINA for even a fraction of a second, you are no longer a virgin. Sorry, there's no way around it.
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quote:Originally posted by morganlh85: Your hymen has absolutely nothing to do with yoru virginity. Being a virgin means you have NOT HAD SEX YET. If you have had a PENIS inside your VAGINA for even a fraction of a second, you are no longer a virgin. Sorry, there's no way around it.
Actually, virginity isn't a technical term. It means different things to different people. She wasn't asking about virginity in the first place.
Anyhoo, [safe] oral sex doesn't involve breaking your hymen and you can masturbate with out breaking it. And like Gumdrop said you probably don't have much of a hymen by now just from normal every day things. I wouldn't worry about it
You can also have anal sex without stretching what's left of your hymen, which is pleasurable to many people. And I've got to say this, don't forget that even if you're not having p-i-v intercourse, you've got to practice safe sex
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