First Sexual Intercourse

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Added: November 8th, 2008

First Sexual Intercourse

As a rule a virginal membrane gets broken during the first sexual intercourse. However if it’s elastic or if there is a rather wide opening in it a girl can have a sexual life without braking her virginal membrane for some period of time. Membranes of some girls might stretch out to let a penis fit in. The more excited a girl is, the better it stretches out. A stretched-out virginal membrane can still remain intact till the very childbirth in spite of a regular sexual life. One might have a large opening in a virginal membrane both because it comes naturally and because it was made by one. For instance, regular masturbations or petting can be the result of it if an orifice is fingered carefully. The opening is getting wider and wider with the lapse of time and if the membrane is elastic and the girl is excited enough it can let a small penis in. Some sexologists even recommend stretching the membrane opening out with a finger during the first sexual contacts to make defloration more comfortable.

Girls who believe that there should be blood after the first intercourse are mistaken. The rupture of a virginal membrane of some girls might be weak and there might be no bleeding because of the way the blood vessels are positioned. It all depends on individual characteristics. According to statistics only 9% of women have profuse bleeding after their first sexual intercourse. 21% of women have moderate bleeding, 54% of women have scanty bleeding and 16% of women don’t have anything at all. Moreover 14% of women experienced sharp pain, 44% of women experienced slack pain and 42% of women didn’t feel pain at all. When there is no profuse bleeding that means that there are very few blood vessels in the virginal membrane. Painful defloration according to specialists is more of psychological nature than physical.

However, bleeding doesn’t guarantee that a defloration took place. That might be menstrual blood too. A girl can become pregnant even if her membrane is not broken. It can be the result of an ejaculation which took place at the vestibule of her vagina or over wet outer genitals of the girl whose membrane is still intact. Some girls have their membranes broken only during a delivery. An obstetrician usually cuts it to make the delivery easier.

Thus, on the one hand a virginal membrane cannot guarantee virginity. On the other hand if there is no membrane or no defloration during sex it does not mean that a girl has already had a sexual life before. Those men who really care a lot for their partner to be a virgin should understand that very well.

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