The hormones that surge through your body when you have sex can sometimes cause strong emotions afterwards. Some people believe in the concept of virginity. However, the traditional definition of virginity, which is the first time a person has penetrative penis-vagina intercourse, leaves out a lot of other types of sex, including oral sex and anal sex. Today, many people think the concept of virginity is antiquated and places unnecessary pressure on people to either have or not have sex. The truth is, for some people, having sex for the first time is a very important milestone in their lives, and this is totally normal. You may find it helpful to reflect on how you feel about it before you have sex, so you can share the information with your partner.
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Like: If there are two holes in your vagina your urethra and your vaginal canal , which hole does sex happen in? And what about all this "popping the cherry" stuff I've heard about? And WTF is a hymen?! Let's start off by answering that last question. Your hymen is a majorly misunderstood part of your body — many people think being a virgin is defined by how open your hymen is. This is totally false! It has nothing to do with your virginity.
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Your first time having sex can be the subject of a lot of excitement, but it can also carry feelings of fear or anxiety. Mostly, though, it's hard to imagine what it will actually be like when it happens. For many of us, the only conception we have of our first time is what we see in the movies, but those portrayals don't very often get it right — especially when it comes to the first time. No, having sex won't change you.