You are not devalued.
We are living in an obsessed society and we are obsessed with almost everything. Call it people, materialistic things or even making love. Yes, making love. And we have widely accepted notions about a girl losing her virginity. News flash, people. It doesn't undermine a woman's integrity and it certainly doesn't devalue her worth.
No, it is not necessary that the breaking of the so-called wall is losing virginity. That tiny sheath of a membrane doesn't decide the purity of a lady or the freshness seal that apparently gives a right to the society to question about a girl's body. The purity of woman's character automatically comes into question and honestly, it's a little backward. We are the new millennials that shape the further generation. It is up to us to set things straight.
Adam Ruins Everything came up with a youtube video, putting a stop to the hullabaloo about being pure or deflowered.
When you have it for the first time, according to the notions it is supposed to hurt. But let me tell you, it isn't always supposed to hurt. That doesn't mean you're doing it wrong or that your body is behaving oddly. It's only a matter of perspective. If it doesn't hurt, might as well enjoy it.
Yes, hymen tends to tear down during rigorous exercise or even when you are indulged in a lot of "Me" time.
Despite anything, honey. They might not break at all, despite tampons, fingers or even ahem, the act of deflowering.
It is because of the discomfort. Say bye to that big ol' myth and open your eyes. The first time hurts because it's new to you and you feel anxious about it.
It's because you are inexperienced. Yes, beginners at the thing and a poorly lubricated lady part or even rough intercourse causes the tissue to bleed and not the rupture of the hymen.
A rasberry explosion?! If that wall would have been there forever, you wouldn't have been able to menstruate properly.
This video will help you understand how the "balloon-like arch" or the "doughnut-like hymen" myths get busted. So, NO, No, 'deflowering' and Yes, valued!