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flou
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okay this is like the fourth time in two days that i write to you guys..its just that i cant beleive that i have finally found a site like this!! Sex is new for my three year boyfriend and i and we just arent realy aware of whats happening in that world. Theres this question ive been asking myself for a long time now. The first time we had sex, there was no blood that came out (like to say that he had broken my hemen)...does that mean that i had lost it before when i was younger while horseback riding or doing other sports? I dont recall anytime where i had hit myself really hard and that a few drops of blood came out...was i just born with out it? Is it possible? im just so lost... :$
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LilBlueSmurf
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(This is the Emergencies and Crises forum. We have many other forums here that would be more appropriate for a topic such as this one. Please use the other forums for non-emergencies.)

Many women do not bleed the first time they have intercourse. This doesn't mean you weren't a virgin or anything like that.

We have an excellent article here that should answer your questions.

Magical Cups & Bloody Brides: Virginity in Context

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flou
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thank you..( and yes i hadnt realized i was in the wrong forum.sorry..im a little lost here)
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(Hey flou, New to Scarleteen? might help you find your way around. Welcome. [Smile] )

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flou
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haha yes indeed its always better to be able to pronounce the name of someone who helps...thank you so much...yeah ive been surfing around the website (i love it)
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