One thing I learned from this article (www.articlesbase.com), we can't tell using our common sense whether if a girl is still a virgin or not! :)
Myth #1: A non-virgin walks with her legs wider apart.
Fact: How a girl walks is determined by her physical build - how wide her hip bones are or how fat her thighs are. It's also determined by her stride. This has nothing whatsoever to do with her virginity!
Myth #2: Hair between the eyebrows is gone after one loses her virginity.
Fact: This is one of the more bizarre stories. Hair between the eyebrows has nothing to do with virginity. If you happen to spot some hair between a girl's eyebrow which had never been there previously. it's simply because she has forgotten to pluck her eyebrows during the past few days!
Myth #3:A girls' fully-rounded backside suddenly flattens after she has sex.
Fact: If this were true, then there wouldn't be many of us walking around with nice, round, fully rear ends! It is impossible to lose tje elsaticity in your backside muscles simply through intercourse.
Myth #4: A virgin's breasts point upwards.
Fact: Virgins are just as likely to have sagging breasts!
Myth #5:One's breasts become larger after she loses her virginity. Fact: Just like a guy obtains his erection through a rush of blood to his penis, a gal's breasts could also swell when aroused. But this subsides. It is rude and childish to assume that those with ample chests are all non-virgins.
Myth #6: A virgin's urine is clear and sparkling.
Fact: Virginity cannot be confirmed with urine test; only pregnancy can. Besides, the quality of your urine is determined by your water intake - the more water you drink, the cleaner and clearer your urine will be.
Myth #7: A girl who has done it before has "a certain kind of look" on her face.
Fact: This is what many guys would say, and it is purely nonsense. Common sense tells you that there is no such thing as the virgin or non-virgin look!
Myth #8: A girl will definitely bleed when she has sex for the first time. If she doesn't, then she is lying about being a virgin.
Fact: One of the more reasonbale points brought up, this is perhaps the most common excuse for determining whether one is a virgin, but it is a misconception. Bleeding occurs when the hymen, a thin menbrane that covers the opening of a female's vagina, tears during intercourse. Thus, the general belief is that bleeding indicates loss of virginity. However, the hymen could also tear through physical activities like cycling and excessive exercises (like in the case of gymnasts). If tampons are not used corectly, they can also break the hymen. Also, some girls don't bleed after their first intercourse because they have more flexible hymens. Therefore, non-bleeding doesn't mean girls are non-virgins, either.
Sound Advice: Take these claims with a pinch of salt. These so-called facts are either traditional folktales or the output of someone's highly imaginative mind. In short, ignore all the outrageous things people say about how they can tell if a girl is a virgin. The truth is, no physical change will take place when a female (or male) loses their virginity. Only a medical check-up can confirm virginity by affirming the presence of an intact hymen. A thorough check-up can also tell whether the hymen has been torn by a penetrating penis or from falling from a bicycle. Other than that, the only way is to ask, and hope for an honest answer.
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