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Weird question but if a boy penetrates you anally, keeps slipping out but then manages to move his penis in and out for about 30 seconds without being fully hard, does it mean you've lost your virginity?? Even if it feels very short and incomplete?? I don't know if it counts as losing my virginity or not. Very cringe but I'm keen to know.
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No. For females, vaginal penetrative sex is when you technically lose your virginity - i.e. the hymen breaks. For males, it's when they have vaginal penetrative sex with females and ejaculate.
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No. For females, vaginal penetrative sex is when you technically lose your virginity - i.e. the hymen breaks. For males, it's when they have vaginal penetrative sex with females and ejaculate.
erm lesbians would have something different to say about that
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No. For females, vaginal penetrative sex is when you technically lose your virginity - i.e. the hymen breaks. For males, it's when they have vaginal penetrative sex with females and ejaculate.
You need to be educated my guy:
https://youtu.be/1ikXim4wevc
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erm lesbians would have something different to say about that
This does not contradict my statement. Lesbians can lose their virginity via vaginal penetrative sex. I make no mention of males.
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Weird question but if a boy penetrates you anally, keeps slipping out but then manages to move his penis in and out for about 30 seconds without being fully hard, does it mean you've lost your virginity?? Even if it feels very short and incomplete?? I don't know if it counts as losing my virginity or not. Very cringe but I'm keen to know.
Honestly does it matter? Losing your virginity isn't a scientific thing, it's just a social term created by us so that we can compare ourselves to each other. If you think you haven't lost it yet, that's fine, and if you have, that's also fine. Idk what kind of difference it would actually make - if someone wanted to know if you were a virgin, realistically you would just tell them about the experiences you've had, and that's more informative than any label.
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You need to be educated my guy:
https://youtu.be/1ikXim4wevc
Radical feminist detected. :lol:
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Radical feminist detected. :lol:
Mhm yes, because telling you how you're scientifically inaccurate is me being a feminazi.
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Mhm yes, because telling you how you're scientifically inaccurate is me being a feminazi.
Mhm, because citing a biased YouTube video is considered a credible source for peer reviewed studies. Try again! :lol:
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Mhm, because citing a YouTube video is considered a credible source for peer reviewed studies. Try again! :lol:
Mhm, and there definitely aren't tons of cited sources in the video itself. And I think blatantly saying on a thread that a woman's hymen breaks when she first has penetrative vaginal sex is far less credible than what I did.
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Radical feminist detected. :lol:
They're suggesting you do some research before posting something ill informed, your fragile masculinity and misogyny is showing my guy <3
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Virginity is just the state of never having had sexual intercourse

If you class what you did as sexual intercourse, then you've lost your virginity.
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Mhm, and there definitely aren't tons of cited sources in the video itself. And I think blatantly saying on a thread that a woman's hymen breaks when she first has penetrative vaginal sex is far less credible than what I did.
Ah, putting words in my mouth now is it? I did not make the above claim that women's hymen breaks only during penetrative vaginal sex. You are talking hearsay and complete nonsense here. Try again, haha. Oh god, feminazi logic is hilarious if not depressing. :lol:
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No. For females, vaginal penetrative sex is when you technically lose your virginity - i.e. the hymen breaks. For males, it's when they have vaginal penetrative sex with females and ejaculate.
Your hymen can literally break by playing sports... I wouldn't really class losing your virginity as when your hymen breaks
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They're suggesting you do some research before posting something ill informed, your fragile masculinity and misogyny is showing my guy <3
Fragile masculinity and misogyny. Oh man (whoops, that's sexist!). This gets funnier. :lol:
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Your hymen can literally break by playing sports... I wouldn't really class losing your virginity as when your hymen breaks
That is correct. Your hymen can break by other means than vaginal penetrative sex. Whether that means you've lost your virginity or not is debatable.
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Weird question but if a boy penetrates you anally, keeps slipping out but then manages to move his penis in and out for about 30 seconds without being fully hard, does it mean you've lost your virginity?? Even if it feels very short and incomplete?? I don't know if it counts as losing my virginity or not. Very cringe but I'm keen to know.
A virgin is technically someone who's never had sex, but it's not really that simple. Sex means different things to different people, so virginity can mean different things as well. A lot of people think that having penis-in-vagina sex for the first time is how you lose your virginity, but when you feel ready to class yourself as a non-virgin that's when it is. You could refer to yourself as a virgin if you feel that time just wasn't 'it' for you. Seeing as you didn't feel satisfied with the experience you had, that might be something to consider. If that makes sense
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Ah, putting words in my mouth now is it? I did not make the above claim that women's hymen breaks only during penetrative vaginal sex. You are talking hearsay and complete nonsense here. Try again, haha. Oh god, feminazi logic is hilarious if not depressing. :lol:
I didn't say that you said the hymen ONLY breaks during penetrative sex. More like putting words into my mouth. But your statements that the hymen breaks when you first have penetrative sex, and that you first lose your virginity when the hymen breaks, are factually incorrect.
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No. For females, vaginal penetrative sex is when you technically lose your virginity - i.e. the hymen breaks. For males, it's when they have vaginal penetrative sex with females and ejaculate.
So are all gay men virgins?
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So are all gay men virgins?
If they've had sex, nope.
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