By dynah114 - 27/01/2013 19:08 - Israel - Petah Tiqva
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While I don't know why someone would suck a tampon dry for attention, at least it was her own tampon? That's still pretty gnarly, but at least it wasn't a random person's tampon. I think I'd be a lot more okay having my own menstrual blood in my mouth than someone else's (though it's pretty a pretty gross thought). Still less gross than 2girls1cup.
I can't even get a tampon to fit in... It's going to hurt like hell when I actually lose my virginity. :(
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No offense #6 but you obviously really naive. The reason why your tampon hurts to put is because you are not sexually awake. That would mean you have to be turned on for the tampon not to hurt. You can't just automatically be turned on so you first have to turn yourself on. I know that may be an awkward concept for you, but it is true. You can make circles around your clitoris which may turn you on. Of course it would involve getting blood on your fingers, so if I were you, I would just stick to pads.
21- That's just horrifying. Inappropriate. 6- It's okay. It is hard in the beginning. It's harder too when you start really young, because it really is more difficult to get them in, especially until you can figure out the slope and all of that. They make these smaller tampons now for preteens and such, so maybe you could have an easier time with that. If it makes you feel better, after struggling with it for a year in 6th grade, I had a break down, ran out crying into the yard and climbed a tree. Getting me down was quite awkward for my father.
#6, you've got nothing to worry about :) I've had to use pads for years. I put in a tampon once when i was 15 and couldn't walk without excruciating pain. I lost my virginity at 22 to my husband, and a 2 second pinch was the extent of my pain. I still can't use tampons. Not being able to use them doesn't necessarily mean that losing your virginity will be painful :)
As long as you don't ram it up there, you should be okay. And don't use tampons with the diameter of a banana.
Hymens can tear, they don't really "pop". And a torn hymen is not the same as losing your virginity, nor is an unbroken hymen a sign of virginity. You can tear your hymen in plenty of ways (physical activity, masturbation, tampons) and you would still be a virgin. Some women's hymens are so loose that it doesn't tear the first time they have intercourse. And there's surgery to repair hymens. So yeah, hymen=/=virginity. At all.