Last weekend we had our girls night out at my friend's place and there we saw a sex movie. Then my friend bought Vibrator that usually girls use just to satisfy them. I also used it and after some time i realized that something is coming out of my ****, it was more like a liquid sticky thing.I think it was my *** because i got excited and it does made my skin of cont loose. I done that 5-6 times. Does that mean that i lost my virginity. No bleeding happened but still i wanted to know, coz in January i am getting married and what will happen if i didn't bleed at the time of intercourse with him. Being a girl its very necessary for me to be a virgin..
Sorry, but it is possible to lose your virginity without bleeding, lots of women don't bleed. That is part of why the idea that a virgin must somehow prove her virginal status on her wedding night by bleeding is so ludicrous. But if a woman is in that position, she can either explain about the vibrator (I'd bring it along in case he wants proof) or she can go the other way and use the trick from the Middle Ages where she pokes herself with a pin. The whole thing is pretty silly since a woman who has lost her virginity can fake blood, and a woman who has not lost her virginity before the wedding night might still not bleed. But the o.p. is in this position.
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