Actually, MANY people have hymens that look like that and the OP actually made a post about how they had to have theirs looked at due to pain. The point of the post was that sex shouldn’t be painful or pressured and if it is, to seek support and care.
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Anonymous asked: That's literally what I just said. The OP, themselves, had to have an operation. Are you illiterate?
Nope, but you might be. Considering you LITERALLY said:
It’s called an imperforate hymen and affects 1-2% of people with vaginas. So MANY people do not have an imperforate hymen. The way the person who posted that response made it sound like the hymen goes through stages of looking like those pictures and that’s not the case. However the hymen usually becomes less present once a person is having regular penetrative sex.
Why are you arguing about hymens with me? This is bizarre.
Anonymous asked: i think you'll find the hymen is a myth
uuuhhhh…..? Unsure if trolling. If not trolling, you’re confusing hymens and the concept of virginity. The hymen is a very real thing.
Anonymous asked: Actually, MANY people have hymens that look like that and the OP actually made a post about how they had to have theirs looked at due to pain. The point of the post was that sex shouldn't be painful or pressured and if it is, to seek support and care.
Okay. If you have a vulva, and there is no vaginal opening because the hymen is fully covering it and is attached all the way round that is something that needs medical attention because nothing is going in or out of that. I know what the post was about, I read it. There was just mis-information regarding hymens.