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My bf fingered me yesterday, well to the point where there was blood :/ did i loose my virginity because he fingered me?
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replied March 15th, 2017

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A hymen is a tag of skin present at the vaginal orifice. Presence or absence of hymen or its rupture and consequent bleeding with onset of sexual activity and intercourse is not a indicator of virginity.

Rupture of hymen is not an indicator of virginity. As a matter of fact some women can have a intact hymen in-spite of being sexually active. There are no after effects with either the hymen being intact or disintegrating.

It is normal for young commited couples to engage in sexual exploration and you should not feel guilty about it.

In addition, you are a virgin until you have your first and complete sexual intercourse. Presence of absence of hymenal tear does not determine your status of virginity. Since you have not had sexual intercourse till now, you still are a virgin and there should be no doubt about it.

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