Virginity A social Awareness Message
We were discussing female’s virginity yesterday and someone proposed that the only way to know if a girl is a virgin is by bleeding at first touch. This entails that it’s a must every girl bleeds during her first s*x and am sure the majority have the same mindset but it is high time you knew that this thought is not right. -Female virginity –
Bleeding doesn’t determine if a girl is a virgin or not so I decided to release this article to help educate our young men and women on this issue of girls bleeding during first sex. Meanwhile, some girls bleed while others do not at their first sex.
The myth about Female’s Virginity
Why most women won’t bleed the first time they have s*x. There’s a very common myth in South and Central Asia (Pakistan, India, Bangladesh, Afghanistan, etc.) and Africa (Nigeria and many other nations ) that you can tell if a woman is a virgin, by checking if or not she bleeds the first time she has s*x.
There is zero truth in this. Not all women bleed the first time they have sex, as I’ll explain in this article.
In order to understand why some women bleed and why some others do not bleed, there is a need to know what the hymen is.
What is Hymen?
The hymen is a membrane that tends to cover part of the vaginal opening (it does not always block or cover the entire vagina, as some people mistakenly think). Here, it is important to note that ‘not all women have Hymen’.
The hymen also differs from one woman to another woman – like all women have different heights and weights and features, all women also have different amounts and types of hymen. -Female’s virginity-
Some women have thick hymens, some have very thin hymens, and some women have no hymens at all.
Some women have larger hymens, some women naturally have a very little amount of hymen that covers only a small portion of their vaginal opening (and hence does not really get in the way, during first-time sex).
In addition to this, the hymen wears away on its own as you grow up. For most women, the hymen wears away on its own through exercise, bicycling, horseback riding -it can wear off with pretty much any other physical activity, even dancing! – or from using tampons when menstruating. -Female’s virginity-
Especially if the hymen is very small or thin, most of it tends to wear away on its own as a girl grows up.
If a woman is born WITHOUT a hymen, she won’t bleed the first time she has sex.
If a woman has a small or thin hymen, she might not bleed the first time she has sex.
If a woman’s hymen has worn away on its own (which is very common as girls grow up), she won’t bleed the first time she has sex.
The result is that the overwhelming majority -at least 65% of women – will not bleed the first time they have sex, according to a study published by the British Medical Journal.
Women who do bleed include: – Women with thick hymens (who constitute a small percentage of the population) – Younger girls.
Because the hymen wears away on its own with time, a 16-year old has a higher chance of bleeding than a 25-year old.
By the time a girl is of or above the legal age of consent – 18, 20, 24 years of age, for example – most of her hymen is likely to have worn away on its own, meaning it’s unlikely that she’ll bleed a lot, if at all.
However, even a young girl can be physically active, have a thin or small hymen, or have no hymen at all, meaning she might not bleed during first-time s*x. -Female’s virginity –
Most often, women who bleed tend to be women who are dealt with roughly during sex.
If the guy forces himself inside the girl, when she isn’t ready, relaxed, or aroused enough, he is likely to cause injury or bleeding.
Learn this Today
Because most people think it’s normal for women to bleed the first time they have s*x, they don’t realize that this bleeding is a result of the woman having been hurt, and not of the hymen breaking Painful first-time sex is generally because the woman is not relaxed or aroused enough, and gets hurt as a result; it is rarely ever because of the hymen breaking.
The bottom line is that there is no way to assess female virginity.
Bleeding does not have anything to do with virginity – it has to do with the kind of hymen a girl has, and hymens differ from girl to girl from birth.
The result is that only a small percentage of women bleed the first time! (Only 37% bleed during first-time sex, according to the study published in the British Medical Journal.)
Why is this so important to be aware of? Women all over the world get abused, injured, and even killed due to the myth of ‘virgin bleeding.
Because most people (men and women) think that bleeding is a sign of virginity, women who don’t bleed the first time have been divorced, suffered from suspicion leading to domestic violence and abuse, and even killed for honor.
Educating people that a girl does not necessarily have to bleed the first time she has sex – because not all girls have thick hymens, and some are born with no hymen at all – is important because it can literally save lives.
However, the only way we can educate people regarding this issue is if it goes into the news feeds of as many people as possible, if as many people as possible read it.
Kindly, share this article with all and sundry and make somebody to be educated with this.