i'm woried,depressed i m going to marry with my cousin,but 3years before i used to have boyfriend i loved him so much but he betroyed me he used me n left me alone,and we do sex also at first time he did'nt enter his penis inside my vegina so he used my back side and that time i bleed alot and after few days when he use my vegina i didnt bleed????????did my hymen broken when he used my backside??
your hymen is inside yoru vagina, not your butt hole. like the other person said, probably from tearing from your rectum in your butt. now if you had intercoure( vaginia peneration) your hymen could of broke do to a injury, you weren't born with one, or your hymen is flexible or you broke it by fingering or when you were growing it caused the hymen to break. Hymen is not a source of virginty, virginity just means you never had intercoure before.
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