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Wearing a condom: Does not alter the act of a male losing his virginity.
Yours or his?: This is always a big event in the life of a woman and should not be taken lightly. The consent must be mutual, the approach gentle and sweet, and not rushed. Do you desire this or are you being pressured. There is a lot less at stake for the man to lose his virginity. If the man is a virgin, however, there is a risk that he might be embarrased about awkwardness.
No age limit.: For losing your virginity. Absence of regular sex or celibacy is not bad for health. Benefits of celibacy includes protection from hpv which can lead to cervical cancer, reduce risk of other stds such as herpes, gonorrhea, chlamydia, genital warts reduce risk of unwanted pregnancy reduce risk of marrying someone solely because of an unwanted pregnancy.
That is not part of: The definition. Penetration of vagina with the penis (to whatever depth) would be considered "loss of virginity".
Nothing: Other than bleeding (immediately with penetration) from possibly breaking the hymen, nothing dramatically changes on you body.
One time event: You remain a virgin until your first sexual experience involving vaginal penetration, whether or not your hymen is torn. You become an ex-virgin after that. Whether anyone thinks it's bad depends upon their religious and/or social values and beliefs. The majority of women have lost their virginity by the time they get married. The decision is yours.
Meet someone...: Meet someone nice, date a while, get engaged, meet the parents, get married, ... and about that time, one will feel ready for sex. If wanting a baby, relax and start having sex once or twice a day during the fertile days. Of course, if a couple has sex every one or two days throughout the month, they don't have to think about fertile days.
Define Ur parameter: Virginity is a term that has different meanings to different people. Some consider a tight hymen, the thin ring of tissue at the vaginal entrance, as a sign of virginity. However, that tissue may be loose or fully open naturally without any past sexual activity. Some consider any sexual act involving genital contact as "losing it".It just depends on what the term means to you.
Yes: As the hymeneal tissue has blood vessels that will bleed when opened up with the first intercourse, if it continues to bleed or is sore or you are worried about infection or want to make sure it has completely opened, then see your gyn.
No: That doesn't always occur.Get a more detailed answer ›
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