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RJ
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Hello there,

I'm a male virgin in term of never had a vaginal intercourse or any intercourse. But my girfriend already lost her virginity, which is perfectly allright by me, since my Love toward her is much larger and bigger than the virginity issue.

But just out of curiousity and for the sake of curiosity, I sometimes just wonder, does penetrating vagina with an intact hymen feel the same compare to penetrating vagina with a roughly torn hymen?

I mean is there a resistance from the intact hymen toward the penis? if there is, can a penis actually feels it? if a penis can actually feels it, doesn't that mean it feels better for the guy? Because the intact hymen "squeezing" the penis?

I have search all over the net through google, it seems there is almost none disscussion for this matter. Maybe there are other guys that would like to know the answer too. So hope this topic can be usefull.

Thank you very much for the attention,

RJ,

waiting for honest answer.

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Heather
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By the time a majority of women have intercourse, their hymens will not be fully intact: they will be partial. That's a normal aspect of development. And with a patrial hymen, a male partner during vaginal intercourse may be able to feel it -- and if so, it'd often just feel like the vaginal opening is snug -- or, he may not, since it is stretchy tissue. So, the idea that a partial hymen makes things feel better for the male partner is flawed: it's just SUCH thin tissue -- and without the muscular grip of a vagina -- that given the fact that the penis isn't as sensitive to light sensations as it is to pressure, it'd be a wash. And, of course, a female partner being uncomfortable isn't going to feel good for any caring partner.

In the case that a woman has a resilient, or almost entirely intact hymen, yes, you would be able to feel it, in a sort of push-aginst-a-trampoline way, because a fully-intact hymen tends not to allow for intercourse yet. That, however, would tend to be uncomfortable for both partners.

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RJ
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Thank you for the informations. I really appreciate it.
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