A female hymen is a partial covering of the inside of a vagina, showing that the woman is a virgin, it can, however, not be present, because not all women are born with this.
No. The state of the hymen is not a consideration for whether one is a virgin or not.
The hymen is tissue that surrounds the opening to the vagina. The hymen is the same in a virgin as it is in someone who has had sex, although sometimes sex can stretch or tear the hymen.
Oh yes, not all bleed. And not all have their hymen intact due to sports etc or they have one that is very stretchy or were born without one. You know a woman is virgin by asking her, the same way as with men. It's a myth that all women have a hymen, that it always hurts or that everyone bleeds.
Not all women have a intact hymen since it can break real easily doing every day stuff. So ignore the hymen and rely on what the person says. After all being a virgin is mostly in the head and emotionally, not a tiny piece of tissue.
You can't. If a doctor complies with a test to check if your hymen is intact, you can press charges. A tampon can break your hymen, a vibrator can break your hymen. A hard fall on the ground can break your hymen.
Asking her is the only way. Not all women are born with a hymen or have it intact due to natural reasons like sports.
The hymen is a membrane that covers the vagina in a virgin only.
A virgin will bleed during sexual intercourse unless her hymen is already penetrated. If the hymen is not penetrated the girl may bleed and have discomfort but it will not at all be alot of blood. the pain will go away eventually after the hymen is penetrated.
i dont belive that is true. you can break your hymen from doing sports or you can be born withought a hymen. when you are not a virgin that means you have had sexual intercourse with another person.
No not necessarily
Yes, a Dr. can tell if you are a virgin. Females have what you call a hymen, and if it is broken the Dr. knows that your not a virgin. During your first sexual experience, the hymen is broken, and that's why you bleed.