Don’t laugh, it’s a good question. No judgement here.
I was linked to this by a girl concerned about an arranged marriage.
I’m posting it here because there are many attempts by ‘men’ to lie about ‘deflowering’ girls, describing levels of blood loss that would cause her to pass out and require a transfusion in A&E. Or they give vivid, almost Mills & Boon level erotic descriptions of what ‘breaking’ her felt like.
They are lying.
It just makes you look bad and worse, ignorant of basic anatomy.
Trigger warning: the gore women have to put up with for life but men get all squeamish about because you’re softer than us.
Less known is the fact that ‘inadequate’ lubrication (caused by the man being bad at it) can cause microtears from the friction in the vagina (internally) and that may be causing the blood sometimes seen (still, not much, barely like ‘spotting’ for a period, don’t look that up). That’s a reason to be ashamed of yourself, not proud, and certainly never bragging, pay her medical bills and spend the next year minimum making it up to the poor girl, since it can cause serious scarring, increased risk of catching STDs by the internal wounds and fertility issues (this also happens in rape, so yeah, be very very nice since conditional instructions are a basic part of consent).
This video gets all of it right bar one thing.
Virginity does exist. That’s an SJW lie. Simply the common premise based on a Hollywood trope is wrong. The anatomical one. Virginity isn’t anatomical. No animal has anatomical virginity to my knowledge, that wouldn’t make any evolutionary sense and they would’ve gone extinct. The cellular shedding required of the reproductive tract would build up and cause a lethal infection.
Virginity is behavioural. More specifically, an omission of behaviour. Hence, men can be virgins.
It is cruel and evil to base a test of human value on anatomy, that nobody can help. Imagine if women judged men entirely on their foreskins. Imagine it. You’d be pissed. Imagine if you could be killed for lacking a foreskin. Whatever the reason you don’t have one. This is one of the rare times the broken feminist clock is right, that’s barbaric.
So why do we women have a hymen (some of us, others aren’t born with one)?
It protects the area during development. You know how little kids tend to stick any random object up their nose?…. Yeah…..
I’m not completing that sentence for you.
How could we prove that hypothesis?
Easy – does it thin over time? As in, it becomes less protective the likelier you are to require the tract for reproduction?
YES! And nobody seems to mention this. It thins over time. So an adult virgin woman may look anatomically indistinguishable from a massive slut of the same age. The only thing that really wrecks a hymen, stretching it or changing blood flow patterns until it recedes? Child birth.
So really it has nothing to do with sex per se, but whether you’ve pushed another human out there. Which is… fair enough, actually.