• Susie Tang

People with vaginas do not always bleed during or after sex. But when they do bleed during or after sex and it's not because of menses, then it's due to some injury in the vagina or vulva. As well, some sexually transmitted infections -- Chlamydia is a biggie for this -- can cause bleeding with or...

  • Sarah Riley

Let's toss out the idea of being "tight" because you haven't done anything with anybody else. Sex of any sort (manual sex, intercourse, or whatever else) doesn't permanently change the dimensions of one's vagina. So thinking that people who haven't engaged in vaginal or manual sex are tighter than...