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What are the ways of breaking hymen?

Hi! Im a 21 years old woman. I am a virgin . I have never had intercourse, but I consider myself well informed about sexuality, and from time to time spend some hours watching pornographic videos, so I know how things should work. However, I am very confused about my own anatomy , since I can t locate my own hymen / vaginal opening. This sounds idiotic to me, but I really can t. I suppose doctors would ve told me since now if something were wrong, but I looked in the mirror, poked, felt, looked at pictures on the internet and I am still lost. I have regular periods, so I suppose that if I wouldn t have a vaginal opening there would be no hole for the menstrual blood to flow out? I was considering becoming sexually active in the near future, and also thought it would be more convenient with tampons, if I knew where to put them. So the idea of me not knowing where my potential sexual partner would actually penetrate me is very disturbing. I would also like to try tearing my own hymen (if I have it), since I wouldn t like my first sexual experience to be remembered by pain. So what I am doing is sending you a fileshare link with a picture I took of my vagina, and kindly asking you to mark, or if not possible, explain clearly and detailed where fingers during masturbation, tampons & penises go in / what exactly it is that is going to be (or was) torn at future sexual intercourse. As silly it may sound, it would have a very comforting effect on me. Thank you a lot. WWW.WWWW.WW WWW.WWWW.WW Clicking the name of the picture doesnt download it, but views it in the browser.
Asked On : Tue, 20 Nov 2012
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