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Girls: how much did it hurt when you lost your virginity? watch
- 18-02-2016 01:18
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(Original post by IFoundWonderland)
- 18-02-2016 01:26
Why do you need to go incognito?
I'd send pics but I'm using my phone.
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- 18-02-2016 01:34
- 18-02-2016 02:49
The thread title says girls. Thread is about vagina and hymen.
It never mentioned men and buttocks.
What is wrong with you.
- 18-02-2016 03:13
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- 18-02-2016 03:32
(Original post by tinkerbella~)
- 19-02-2016 12:06
Not at all, I used the old fisting beforehand technique and no pain, no blood, nothing.
u need jesus.
- 19-02-2016 17:26
I feel like this is something that needs to be said, as I've seen this to be a common misconception on TSR.
It should not hurt when you have sex for the first time. It may be a little uncomfortable when you 'break' the hymen (I say break in inverted commas because it often doesn't actually break during sex, it stretches), but it should not be outright pain. If you are in pain, or you are too 'tight' for him, this means you are not 'turned on' enough, and therefore not lubricated enough to have vaginal sex. In most cases, this can be a case of just rushing into it - make sure to spend enough time on foreplay.
If you're scared, or too nervous, then 1) chances are you're not truly ready and 2) it will more than likely hurt because your muscles will tense up. Having said that, there are other reasons why sex can hurt with have nothing to do with how aroused you are, including having inflamed genitals, or with deep penetration, inflamed ovaries/internal organs, or irritation on the vaginal tissue.
Obviously this is mostly aimed at (cis) girls (cis merely because I know this is true for cis women, I don't know enough about sex for trans women), but can I just make a point to everyone that if your sexual partner is in pain and wants to stop, you stop, and you should expect the reverse. No means no, no matter what. If they felt pressured into saying yes and aren't ready, this is not really consent, make sure they and you are 100% confident/comfortable first, and remember that they can stop sex at any time, as can you.