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Is it possible to manually pop someone's cherry? I was fingering my girlfriend and she said that she was bleeding a little bit when she got home. She said she's okay but I'm still kind of scared.
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There is no "cherry", and nothing pops.

Vaginal tissue is delicate and can get small tears if sex was a little too rough, not lubricated enough, or if someone has a sharp fingernail edge. If she isn't concerned, then a small amount of bleeding isn't a cause for concern. For the future, though, you'll want to make sure that your fingernails are short and smooth - or that you're wearing latex gloves - and that you're being gentle enough, and have the two of you consider using extra lube.

You can get more on the whole "cherry" thing, and ways to avoid accidentally causing bleeding, here:

The kyriarchy usually assumes that I am the kind of woman of whom it would approve. I have a peculiar kind of fun showing it just how much I am not.

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