Ok. I'm 13. And I have just discovered masturbation. I have Also discovered many different things like toys and dildos. Buy I can't get one of those. I'm not 18. So I have held back being afraid I was too young. But will I still be a virgin if I stick my finger in? And u haven't gotten my period yet so it scares me that I could bleed and have to explain to my mother that it isn't my period. I'm a little scared and some advice would help.
Dragonflymagic answered Friday June 21 2013, 1:59 am: Even little baby's and toddler will touch themselves there because it feels good. They may not have orgasms but the ability to feel pleasure is there. If you want to masturbate, even though yu haven't got a period yet, there's nothing wrong with that.
You will be a virgin until the day a real live penis enters you. when you have a period and place tampons in your vagina, that doesn't make you any less a virgin.
The use of your fingers inside yourself or a dildo or vibrator is actually a good idea for a couple reasons, it takes care of when you are horny and the other that it helps stretch the hymen out which i suspect is your biggest concern. The only women who really bleed a little is those who have not had the hymen stretch out ahead of penetration by a penis. Even then, If a man doesn't use lubrication and pushes in too fast instead of easing in slowly, that can give some tearing to your skin. The hymen is now recognized as a remnant of vaginal formation in utero. Some women have more or less of a hymen naturally so it can't be used as an indicator whether someone has had sex yet or not. The hymen does not need to be popped because it does not totally cover the vagina. It it did, how would a females menstrual flow escape her body? In fact, I have something for you to watch. Sex Plus with Laci Green on youtube. Accidently ran across her and subscribed immediately. She is more your peer age, college. and funny but knowledgeable. Here's her 3-4 min video on the hymen. She has em on relationships and dating, all sorts of things.
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