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tito
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ok technicaly when a girl is a virging she still has her hymen intact or something like that my question is this. how do they (girls) know if the guy is still a virgin is there anything that we break or tear the first time we have sex or does that only apply to gilrs.
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Ashy
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Actually, there is no real way to tell if anyone (male or female) is a virgin! By "virgin", I assume that you mean "person who has not had intercourse". Some women are born without hymens, and sometimes, the hymen is eroded by non-sexual activity (exercise, inserting tampons, etc). Males do not have anything that stretches orbreaks during intercourse, and sometimes, females don't either.

For more about virgins and hymens, please read the following article:
Magical Cups & Bloody Brides

[This message has been edited by Ashy (edited 07-27-2002).]


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