Most older virgins (18 ) have little or no hymen left.And a few women have had sexual intercourse but for whatever reason, the hymen remains intact. I'm really concerned if a doctor can tell if I've had sex or not. (age 17) When a doctor examines a female's genitals, he or she can estimate whether she's had sex or not.Besides sexual intercourse, the hymen can break through masturbation, athletic activity, tampon use, or even strenuous play. To quote the song "Toyland" from the 1903 musical Babes in Toyland, (lyrics by Glen Mac Donough, music by Victor Herbert) So what is a "born-again virgin"? A lot of people want to wait to have sex until they're married, or until they meet someone very special. Most girls who are worried about hurting their hymens are trying to keep themselves as pure as possible, like keeping something brand new after bringing it home from the store.Most women have some hymen left until they bear a child vaginally. That's a sexually experienced person who decides not to have sex again until he or she is married or experiences some other event. These people decide that sex is not merely a biological act but something more important. They want to be able to prove to their future husband (or their first partner) that they really are virgins. (age 18) Masturbating does not make you not a virgin. I heard it's when the boy gets all of the head in and I've heard that it's when the boy busts your hymen.Most people believe that someone who has only engaged in manual intercourse is still a virgin.If you want to be absolutely certain that everyone will regard you as a virgin, you can't do anything "below the waist," either yours or your partner. The hymen is a thin fold of skin partially covering the vaginal opening. If I no longer have a hymen, does that mean I am no longer a virgin?
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The more sex she's had, the easier it is for the doctor. But a doctor can put in some temporary stitching and a fake blood capsule before her wedding so her husband will think she had a hymen.
If she's only had sex once or twice, the doctor might not know. In our society, it's very important to have a hymen. I have heard that by giving a break to sex and masturbation, she will get her hymen back. I'm still a virgin, by choice, and my primary form of anxiety comes from societal conditions encouraging females to be more sexually active.
Males have a much tougher time adjusting to a partner (or even finding one) if they remain virgins past your age. If that's all you've done, I doubt anyone could tell.
What is the average age for losing virginity (for men and women)? If a male has sex using a condom, does he lose his virginity the same as if his penis were uncovered? (age 29) Using a condom does nothing to preserve virginity. You will probably have other opportunities for sexual experimentation before the time comes for you to get married, and so will your future husband.