FiayieEss answered Sunday March 9 2008, 5:41 pm: During sex if you still have one, then there's no garuntee that you will bleed. Alot of girls dont have one anymore anyway, due to physical activities such as sports, and its already gone so theres a chance that you don't have to worry at all about it :). Some girls do bleed a bit but the bleeding is very light, and I doubt it would get on your partner. Even if it did, it wouldn't be much. Bleeding happens in a few girls but it does not happen in alot of other girls, so there's no way of telling whether you'll even bleed at all, if you still have a hymen. Bleeding is light and would only last up to a day or so at most, and it's not much to worry about. If you do still have one though sex could be painful on entry, and even without. The pain does not last though, or it rarely does, throughout the whole experience. Some girls like I said before experience alot of pain - I did, and I didn't even have one! - but some girls don't at all. I think this is probably more of a worry than blood on your partner; the chances of that would be very slim anyway, I think :)
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