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COMMON TEENS QUESTIONS ABOUT SEX
Why don’t foreskin move?
Why is prepuce too tight?
Phimosis is a condition where, in men, the male foreskin cannot be fully retracted from the head of the penis because too tight. It can be a congenital anomaly (Physiologic phimosis) occurring naturally during the birth or coming later during the growth (Pathologic phimosis). The Physiologic phimosis usually isn’t severe and spontaneously dissolve with intermittent foreskin retraction and erections, so that as males grow, phimosis resolves with age. Poor hygiene and recurrent episodes of balanitis or balanoposthitis lead to scarring of preputial orifices, leading to pathologic phimosis (true phimosis). During the sexual development while the penis grows the tighter foreskin becomes as a noose around the glans even hindering its natural development. Both Phimosis in older children and adults can vary in severity, with some subject able to retract their foreskin partially (“relative phimosis”), and some completely unable to retract their foreskin even in the flaccid state (“full phimosis”). Unluckily, most boys realize something is wrong during the adolescence only, when masturbation starts or even later during the first sexual intercourse. Phimosis is a risk factor for urinary retention and carcinoma of the penis, aside from an unsatisfying sexual activity. According to its severity, common treatments include steroid creams, preputioplasty, manual stretching and circumcision (complete prepuce obliteration).
Who doesn’t know this, testicles are the sexual organs able to produce sperm, the male semen containing our genetic code. Sperm comes out during the orgasm through the ejaculation and if discharged in the female vagina could meet an ovule and fecundate it. The ejaculation is the most pleasant time of the sexual intercourse or masturbation, giving high satisfaction and enjoyment.
Why do I feel pain in the testicles?
What is blue balls syndrome?
An occasional not-too-intense pain in the scrotum may not be much to worry about, but there are some cases to know.
Another kind a common genitalia defect is the Varicocele, an abnormal enlargement of the veins in the scrotum draining the testicles. Symptoms of Varicocele include – dragging and aching pain in the scrotum – feeling of heaviness – visible or palpable enlarged vein. To avoid infertility or shrinkage (atrophy) of the testicles the Varicocele may need to be surgically tied off.
More painful is the Orchitis, a condition of the testicles involving inflammation, swelling and frequently infection. Symptoms of Orchitis are similar to those of testicular torsion and can include:
ejaculation of blood – blood in the urine (Hematuria) – pain – visible swelling of a testicle or both and often of the inguinal lymph nodes on the affected side too. Instead, in the Testicular Torsion the spermatic cord that provides the blood supply to a testicle becomes twisted, cutting off the blood supply, often causing Orchalgia. Prolonged testicular torsion will result in the death of the testicle and surrounding tissues. While torsion is more frequent among adolescents, it should be considered in all cases where there is testicular pain. Torsion occurs more frequently in patients who do not have evidence of inflammation or infection. Testicular Torsion is a medical emergency that needs immediate treatment.
“Blue balls” is a slang term for a temporary fluid congestion in the testicles and prostate region caused by prolonged sexual arousal in the human male. It is often accompanied by a cramp-like ache of prostatic congestion and pain/tenderness of the testes. The cause is the prolonged sexual stimulation of the erect penis (intentional or unintentional), either by direct or indirect contact, that does not result in orgasm and ejaculation. This can, in some circumstances, be a consensual sexual act as part of erotic sexual denial.
During arousal the parasympathetic nervous system increases its inputs to the genital tissues, resulting in increased blood flow to the testicles and prostate areas. As this happens, other fluid outflow muscles constrict, causing less bodily fluid to leave the area than enter, ensuring a high enough regional blood pressure to allow a sustained erection for penetration during sexual intercourse.
If orgasm is not achieved, blood and lymphatic fluid tend to pool, and the blood becomes oxygen-deprived. The technical term for this is vasocongestion. If ejaculation does not occur there may be a lingering sensation of heaviness, annoyance or pain, like a hit to the testicles, but from the inside. The easiest way to relieve (slowly) the symptoms of blue balls is through an orgasm. The resultant ejaculation jump-starts the sympathetic nervous system, which increases blood flow through the penis area, dissipating the fluid buildup.
Sense of discomfort after the orgasm.
During ejaculation, the two ducts known as ‘vas deferens’ contract to propel sperm from the epididymis where it was stored up to the ampullae at the top end of the vas deferens. The beginning of emission is typically experienced as a “point of no return,” also known as point of ejaculatory inevitability. The sperm then passes through the ejaculatory ducts and is mixed with fluids from the seminal vesicles, the prostate, and the bulbo-urethral glands to form the semen. During ejaculation proper, the semen is ejected through the urethra with some rhythmic contractions. The force and amount of ejaculate vary widely from male to male and is depending on sphincter of the bladder, urethral sphincter and pelvic floor muscle work. As soon as discharge is coming, testicles start to reinstate testosterone level for blocking prostatic fluid production, muscles contractions and testes stimulation. In case of lower testosterone amount – as consecutive sexual acts could bring sometimes – such a tradeoff don’t occur and a sense of discomfort with pain may occur in groin area or inside genitals.
Why any hit in the scrotums is very painful?
Why testicles are so sensitive to pain?
What is the sack purpose?
We all know that whenever a guy get even accidentally kicked in the nuts they can barely move for like at least 5 minutes if not more.
We all have probably come to find out that the testicles are kind of vulnerable and can be injured in a variety of ways.
The human body is complex — “irreducibly” complex and perfect as only an “Intelligent Design” could do.
Despite that, strangely the two testicles are hanging in an external sack, out in the open and so completely exposed. [ http://content.worldgroups.com/GRP008/GrpPhotos/M/MALEART/070813/110325000.JPG ]
Besides, to defend them “Nature” equipped genitals with very sensitive nerves, as like as it happens with the female vulva (clitoris) too. Here’s why the scrotum is very sensitive and even a minor injury can cause pain or discomfort. The good news is that because the testicles are loosely attached to the body and are made of a spongy material, they’re able to absorb most collisions without permanent damage. Testicles, although sensitive, can bounce back pretty quickly and minor injuries rarely have long-term effects. Also, sexual function or sperm production will most likely not be affected if you have a testicular injury.
You’ll definitely feel pain if your testicles are struck or kicked, and you might also feel nauseous for a short time. If it’s a minor testicular injury, the pain should gradually subside in less than an hour and any other symptoms should go away. In the meantime, you can do a few things to help yourself feel better such as take pain relievers, lie down, gently support the testicles with supportive underwear, and apply ice packs to the area.
In the end I want give anybody, young and older, an important advice. The testicular self- examination (TSE) is an easy way for guys to check their own testicles to make sure there aren’t any unusual lumps or bumps — which can be the first sign of testicular cancer. You can do a TSE during or right after a shower or bath examining one testicle at a time. Use both hands to gently roll each testicle between the fingers checking the whole surface. Exam the epididymis too (the sperm-carrying tube), it feels soft, rope-like, and slightly tender to pressure, and is located at the top of the back part of each testicle. This is a normal lump. If you notice any swelling, lumps, or changes in the size or color of the testicle, or if you have any pain or achy areas in your groin, let your doctor know right away.
Is normal if my sperm is yellow/red?
The components of semen come from two sources: sperm, and “seminal plasma”. Seminal plasma, in turn, is produced by contributions from the seminal vesicle, prostate, and bulbourethral glands.
Seminal plasma of humans contains a complex range of organic and inorganic constituents.
Approximately 200- to 500-million spermatozoa (also called sperm or spermatozoans), produced in the testes, are released per ejaculation. Sperm count measures how many sperm are in a man’s ejaculate. Anything over 20 million sperm per milliliter is considered normal. A vasectomy is considered successful if the sample is azoospermic, or if only rare non-motile sperm are observed (fewer than 100,000 per milliliter).
How much sperm should I discharge normally?
Is it possible to increase my amount of sperm?
How much time does sperm need to be produced?
Sperm production is medically called spermatogenesis and happens in the testicles.
Normally, the sperm takes 70–90 days to mature- so the sperm produced by ejaculation today started its course of development about 3 months ago!
But its production, quality and maturation time may differ from internal and external factors. Low temperature favours a faster rate of production and maturation. Diseases/depression/stress and strain may cause a slowdown. Weight loss, tight clothing, hot environment, drugs, etc., can lower sperm production and motility. Sperm has its own life period, i.e., even if it is not used, it will die on its own and then is absorbed by the body.
Sperm has to be thick enough, not too watery or too dense. A way to check it is the coagulation time.
Semen coagulates within seconds after ejaculation and then liquefies or decoagulates about 15-40 minutes later. You can just make this test alone – if your coagulated semen does not liquefy within that time, your sperm may be trapped in the cottage cheese-like jelly (too thick). That just is due to the high viscosity (liquid flow) or hyperviscosity that could affect the fertility potential.
Since the prostate gland secretes the chemical required for liquefaction, surely there could be a prostate infection, responded to antibiotic therapy.
Is sperm smell normal?
Can sperm be eaten (swallowed)?
What is pre-cum (pre-sperm)?
The seminal plasma provides a nutritive and protective medium for the spermatozoa during their journey through the female reproductive tract.
The components and contributions of semen are:
Coming from Testes
Approximately 200- to 500-million spermatozoa
Coming from seminal vesicle
amino acids, citrate, enzymes, flavins, fructose (the main energy source of sperm cells, which rely entirely on sugars from the seminal plasma for energy), phosphorylcholine, prostaglandins (involved in suppressing an immune response by the female against the foreign semen), proteins, vitamin C;
Coming from Prostate
acid phosphatase, citric acid, fibrinolysin, prostate specific antigen, proteolytic enzymes, zinc (a zinc deficiency may result in lowered fertility because of increased sperm fragility);
Coming from bulbourethral glands
galactose, mucus (serve to increase the mobility of sperm cells in the vagina and cervix by creating a less viscous channel for the sperm cells to swim through, and preventing their diffusion out of the semen. Contributes to the cohesive jelly-like texture of semen.), pre-ejaculate, sialic acid.
All those substances give sperm the characteristic smell and taste that, as like as the composition, can’t be changed by the nutrition!
Sperm can be eaten, of course and isn’t poisonous or caloric more than a very little toffee! [http://www.human-sperm-banks.com/free_porn/human_sperm_banks_files/sperm_r4_c1.jpg , http://www.boyspissingandcumming.com/wp-content/uploads/2008/06/eat-my-cum.jpg]
Anyway, through the sperm any STD or HIV can be transmitted! Take care!
Pre-ejaculate (also known as pre-ejaculatory fluid or Cowper’s fluid, and colloquially as pre-cum) is the clear, colorless, viscous fluid that is issued from the urethra of a man’s penis when he is sexually aroused. The fluid is usually secreted by Cowper’s glands during arousal, masturbation, foreplay or at an early stage during sex, some time before the man fully reaches orgasm and semen is ejaculated. Pre-ejaculatory fluid prepares the urethra for the passage of semen by neutralizing acidity due to any residual urine. It also lubricates the movement of the penis and the foreskin over the glans. The amount of fluid that the human male can issue varies widely among individuals, from imperceptible amounts to a copious flow. There have been no large-scale studies of sperm in pre-ejaculate, but some smaller-scale studies suggest that any sperm present may be ineffectual at causing pregnancy.
Why do I get hard-on during the night?
Is it normal getting up with erect penis in the morning?
A nocturnal emission is an ejaculation of semen experienced during sleep and is also called a “wet dream”, an involuntary orgasm, or simply an orgasm during sleep.
The frequency of nocturnal emissions is highly variable. Some men have experienced large numbers of nocturnal emissions as teenagers, while some men have never experienced one (probably so occasional to let them remember nothing). Teenagers wet dreams are due to the sexual development in progress during puberty time, which just is carrying out a hormonal storm having no other similar event in human life.
That’s why the nocturnal emission is an event circumscribed to the teen age time mainly while the nocturnal erection in men, occurring regularly during any time of their existence, overall is a natural common fact due to the bigger amount of testosterone circulating in the blood during the sleep. It even becomes a natural way for urologist to check the erectile functionality (about ED) of the patient.
Despite wet dreams are most common during teenage and early adult years, they may happen any time after puberty. They may or may not be accompanied by erotic dreams, and the emission may happen without erection even. It is possible to wake up during, or to simply sleep through, the ejaculation in what is sometimes called a “sex dream”. Women can also experience orgasms and excitement in their sleep. Guys who experience wet dreams more (or less) frequently than others usually do not have any sort of disease or problem. No physical harm (beyond the inconvenience of the little semen ejaculate) is caused by the event and it is not symptomatic of any underlying problem, independently from the frequency.
The frequency that one has nocturnal emissions has not been conclusively linked to one’s frequency of masturbation. Widely-known sex researcher Alfred Kinsey found some correlation between the frequencies of masturbation and the frequencies of nocturnal dreams. In general the males who have the highest frequencies of nocturnal emissions may have somewhat lower rates of masturbation. And probably they feel a lower masturbating wish because the involuntary frequent emissions. But I think the situation could reverse then starting – on the contrary – a regular sexual life. During adolescence sexual arousal often is so strong and continuous to urge teens to wank regularly. Anyway, the nocturnal erection with emission can’t be compared to the actual masturbation with ejaculation, where the sexual desire comes quite satisfied through a felt final discharge. [ http://www.mansperm.com/media/blogs/friends/154-justin_ ]
Is masturbation harmful?
Can old people still having masturbation at their age?
Am I addicted to masturbation & how getting rid of it?
Masturbation is the most common form of autoeroticism and refers to sexual stimulation (manually or by use of objects or tools) especially of one’s own genitals, common to members of both sexes. It’s not uncommon finding out children playing with their genitalia and by excitement discover their body.
Concerning teens, during and after puberty the sexual craving may be so high to bring masturbation to happen and become a repetitive urge even. But the need to masturbate can happen at any time in people life also if the desire tends to decrease with the age. Frequency of masturbation is determined by many factors, e.g., one’s resistance to transient sexual tension, hormone levels influencing sexual arousal, sexual habits established during youth, peer influences, health, intensity of the ejaculatory urge, and one’s attitude to masturbation formed by culture. A public Canadian poll of 2004 showed that an overwhelming majority of the males – 81% – began masturbating between the ages of 10 and 15. It is not uncommon however, to begin much earlier, and this is more frequent among females essentially. Anyway, recent studies have shown that the peak age for male masturbation (or sex activity, overall) is around 18-25. During these ages guys can achieve masturbation of up to 18 times per day or more, and is also most likely to become addicted to it during these ages, even when in sexually active relationships. Adolescent youths report being able to masturbate to ejaculation around six times per day and
Masturbation is becoming accepted as a healthy practice and safe method for sharing pleasure without some of the dangers that can accompany intercourse. On the other side, in different cultures masturbation among teenagers and younger even, is encouraged and often as rite or ritual with the participation of other persons.
It’s time to bury some untrue and old beliefs by now bizarre “metropolitan legend” only. I means the ones affirming that masturbation gives “blindness” or “vacuity”, “infertility” or “lack of sperm”, “shorter penis” or “less growth”, “sex addiction” or “less stamina for real intercourse”, etc. etc. etc.
Masturbation as sex overall, isn’t bad and unhealthy, at all!
Aside from the high pleasure or gratification that sex activity gives, while sexual climax, from masturbation or otherwise, leaves one in a relaxed and contented state, sex also is well-known to be healthy.
An Australian research team concluded that frequent masturbation by males appears to help prevent the development of prostate cancer.
A study published in 1997 found that myocardial ischemia and myocardial infarction can be triggered by sexual activity, and recently which helps circulation in general as a cardiovascular workout.
Scientists think masturbation can relieve depression, stress and lead to a higher sense of self-worth.
The physical benefits of masturbation (and orgasm) create heightened arousal, while epinephrine courses through your body, producing the flushed face, shallow breath and post-climactic euphoria.
Masturbation can also be particularly useful in relationships where one partner wants more sex than the other, providing a balancing effect and thus a more harmonious relationship.
It is also seen as a sexual technique that protects individuals from the risk of contracting sexually transmitted diseases, easily obtained and sustained over time and everywhere.
Many people see masturbation as an effective, natural cure for insomnia, particularly when one masturbates in bed. For who believes to have got some dependence, masturbating frequently presents no physical, mental or emotional risk in itself. If sex is like an obsession for you, masturbation isn’t the cause but just a consequence of a possible psychological imbalance. You should look at your life, mind and position towards the others, trying to find the actual problem. As a psychological issue any distraction or amusement could help, together a more active social/collective life to divert attention from the sexual concern. At last, every boy has to realize that puberty is a temporary event and with the age that “urge” will come down.
Where can I masturbate?
What are the masturbation techniques?
Once for the most boys the masturbation was a action coming naturally and carried out instinctively.
Despite we all were ignorant of sexual topic, our arm reached out and the hand – once grabbed the cock – became to move rhythmically to-and-fro while the prepuce roll & unroll fast.
Nowadays, many boys already get knowledge and before starting ask for the way to proceed, while somebody even is looking for different techniques. I note guys today have recourse to oils, massages, dildos, Prostate stimulation, etc…..all right, if sex is a need or a pleasant time it’s opportune to overachieve then!
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A number of factors and personal preferences influence masturbation techniques, while only imagination can put limits.
In the time, I have read many different methods around with some funny & odd even, but everybody gets his preferred way while the variables to combine are a lot (with or without hands, with cream/oil, stand or laid, together or alone, at home or around, with tools, etc. etc.), where only the imagination will put limits.
Where or what is the better time for that?
In the restroom, in the shower, in own room, in the bed, in any other place one can be alone or with the door closed. Morning, midday or night is unimportant and you should do it when you feel the need or when it’s possible to perform it, obviously.
How to prolong the sexual intercourse?
How to control the early ejaculation?
During sexual intercourse or masturbation, most males will find it difficult to resist the psychological temptation to continue the stimulation of the penis to the point of ejaculation once the feeling of orgasm becomes imminent. The beginning of emission is typically experienced as a “point of no return,” also known as point of ejaculatory inevitability. When a man ejaculates in a very short time or before he wants to it is called premature ejaculation (PE) or early ejaculation. If a man is unable to ejaculate in a timely manner after prolonged sexual stimulation, in spite of his desire to do so, it is called delayed ejaculation or anorgasmia. An orgasm that is not accompanied by ejaculation is known as a dry orgasm. Most men experience a lag time between the ability to ejaculate consecutively, and this lag time varies among men. Few guys are able to have consecutively acts even. Age also affects the recovery time; younger men typically recover faster than older men. During this refractory period it is difficult or impossible to attain an erection, because the sympathetic nervous system counteracts the effects of the parasympathetic nervous system. It’s thought this just gets a genetic cause involving testosterone cycle too and there is no treatment useful to change situation.
Some sex researchers define PE as occurring if the man ejaculates before his partner achieves orgasm while others define as occurring when a lack of ejaculatory control interferes with sexual or emotional well-being in one or both partners. Under this consideration, Early Ejaculation is the most common sexual problem in men, affecting 77% of men. Some study let suppose a genetic link to certain forms of premature ejaculation also if Psychological factors also commonly contribute to premature ejaculation. Interpersonal dynamics strongly contribute to sexual function, and premature ejaculation can be caused by a lack of communication between partners, hurt feelings, or unresolved conflicts that interfere with the ability to achieve emotional intimacy. Depending on severity, premature ejaculation symptoms can be significantly reduced. In mundane cases, treatments are focused on gradually training and improving mental habituation to sex and physical development of stimulation control. In clinical cases, various medications are being trialled to help slow down the speed of the arousal response. Selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors (SSRI) antidepressants have been shown to delay ejaculation in men treated for different psychiatry disorders. Therefore, the study about those antidepressants still is in progress. Around there are some methods to control PE as to have longer foreplay and stop sexual act at the point when the man first feels he is about to ejaculate, usually within the two minute point, he, and his partner pauses with intercourse completely.
In common speech, the term “vagina” is often used inaccurately to refer to the vulva or female genitals generally; strictly speaking, the vagina is a specific internalstructure and the vulva is the exterior
It’s remarkably elastic and can stretches to many times its normal diameter as during vaginal birth i.e. or reaching about 8 in. in length!
An erogenous zone referred to commonly as the G-spot is located at the anterior wall of the vagina, about five centimeters in from the entrance. Some women experience intense pleasure if the it is stimulated appropriately during sexual activity. A G-Spot orgasm may be responsible for female ejaculation, leading some doctors and researchers to believe that G-spot pleasure comes from the Skene’s glands, a female homologue of the prostate, rather than any particular spot on the vaginal wall, so some researchers deny the existence of the G-spot.
If the woman is pregnant, is sex still possible?
Is sexual intercourse possible during pregnancy?
Two pregnancies can’t happen at the same time!
For the couple, pregnancy even becomes the change for having sex freely, finally without contraception.
During first months the couple has no particular care to follow and sex can be carried out as long and numerous as they want, unless woman is having a difficult pregnancy or a risky one.
During the last months, the same large belly will be an obstacle and they both should take care having “calm” sexual play.
Is it advisable wearing condom only when the ejaculation is arriving?
Is it sure if I wear condom during the intercourse?
Are there any risk to ejaculate out the vagina?
We have to differentiate the contraceptive methods from the protection against any infection (STD, HIV etc.). Any stable couple or married ones will feel more the problem about the contraception and to avoid illness every person should use condom during any sexual intercourse. The questions and the answers, here, only will concern the protection against the pregnancy. To avoid pregnancy condom as the contraceptive pill is a very safe way. But for that any guy should follow some simple rules. Condom has to be worn correctly, should be kept for entire act and can’t be used for more than one intercourse. Usually the intercourse isn’t very long, but in the case it exceeds the “average” time, the common sense advises to check the condom condition, from time to time. I realize condom is a damned contraption putting down penis feeling & stimulation and whereas possible we all try to do without.
Generally we all know our body with its reactions and so any man knows if the sexual stimulation brings him to produce a significant amount of pre-cum during the coitus. In these cases, despite there is no sure information about the presence of sperms in the pre-cum, man should take in account such a possibility too. On the contrary, a man – who already know he usually is leaking few or no pre-sperm – could try to wear condom only in the middle of the action or far from the orgasm at least.
That just is better than the “coitus interruptus” (also known as withdrawal or the pull out method), in which, during sexual intercourse, the penis is removed from the vagina just prior the ejaculation. Undoubtedly, risk is more but the primary cause of failure of the withdrawal method is the lack of self-control of those using it.
During the fertile time, any woman should pay attention to the sexual intercourse agree that any little drop of sperm put inside vagina or near vulva even, becomes a great risk for the fertilization. About sperm, anybody should know that the microscopic spermatozoa are able to move and live only under some fixed conditions. Once out, sperms can die in few minutes or stay alive for 3 days at most. Besides, the discharge of sperm in the anal or oral intercourse can’t give pregnancy, at all. Stomach and intestine get nothing to do with female ovule and uterus, where fecundation occurs.
Are the female orgasms similar to male ones?
Do girls also have ejaculation?
An orgasm (sexual climax) is the conclusion of the plateau phase of the sexual response cycle, and is experienced by both males and females. Orgasm is characterized by intense physical pleasure and satisfaction, accompanied by quick cycles of muscle contraction in the lower pelvic muscles. After orgasm, humans often feel tired and a need to rest. This is attributed to the release of prolactin.
Anyway, between the two sexes there are some differences. In men we know what orgasm represents, but it’s important highlight now, that male orgasm is tightly linked with the ejaculation (semen emission), that any man has “refractory period”, the recovery phase after orgasm during which it is physiologically impossible to experience continued arousal or additional orgasms (aside few different cases). The refractory period varies widely between individuals, ranging from minutes to days.
Instead, according to the average times, women need usually more time for achieve an orgasm and female ones lasts much longer than that of the male. On the other hand, it’s not uncommon the case of women having no orgasms and suffering with frigidity. Women have no refractory period and so even can experience a second orgasm soon after the first. Somebody can even follow this with additional consecutive orgasms and this is known as multiple orgasms. After the initial orgasm, subsequent climaxes may be stronger or more pleasurable as the stimulation accumulates. That’s why it’s told that through a longer sexual act there is the possibility to satisfied more the partner. Women have no ejaculation – intending it as semen discharge! – because the female “semen” is represented by the ovule produced once a month in the ovary. But many women present a sort of ejaculation – intended as emission of liquid – we can call it female ejaculation (also known colloquially as squirting or gushing) referring to the expulsion of more or less noticeable amounts of clear fluid by paraurethral ducts and/or urethra during orgasm. It is, it seems the rhythmic contractions of pelvic muscle during orgasm that expels the accumulated fluid as at least one constituent of female ejaculation. The amount of fluid released can be considerable, through repeated filling and emptying of the glands during orgasm.
What virginity is?
Do men lose virginity?
Is possible to try out if a guy have lost virginity?
Virginity is a term used as an expression of purity. In its most common context, it is a concept that refers to the state of a person never having engaged in sexual intercourse.
The status of virginity is respected and valued in certain societies as a virtue, particularly when there are religious views regarding sexual conduct before marriage. While the act of losing one’s virginity, that is, of a first sexual experience, is a formal and conventional event for men, it becomes a physic event for women because a specific organ called “hymen”. Among human females, the hymen is a membrane, part of the vulva, which partially occludes the entrance to the vagina which stretches, or is sometimes torn when the woman first engages in sexual intercourse. The human hymen can vary widely in thickness, shape, and flexibility. That because there may be a more or less evident haemorrhage after the defloration. Once the hymen is broken, there’s no way to fix it again naturally.
The presence of an intact membrane has historically been seen as physical evidence of virginity in the broader technical sense. The presence of a broken hymen may therefore indicate that the vagina has been penetrated but also that it was broken via physical activity or the use of a dildo (penetration).
In males, there is no physically indicator or organ of virginity and it only remains a colloquial term to point the absence of a complete sexual intercourse, mainly oriented to the “penetrative act”. Therefore, any “penile penetration” (anal or vaginal) towards a partner should entail, colloquially, the lost of (virtual) male virginity.
How is possible to check if a girl is virgin?
Since female virginity is depending on hymen integrity, it just is possible checking that. However, unless you know exactly female sexual organ anatomy, only a gynaecologist can achieve such a control.
Are anal or oral act dangerous?
If we refer to the possibility to fertilize a girl, NO, as I told previously, anal or oral act gets nothing to do with vagina. They, instead, may be dangerous for STD or HIV infections. Such acts, clearly, have nothing to do with female virginity too!