I’m 14, and my fiancé and I are ready for sex. I’m planning to use lots of protection. My parents don’t want me to have sex, but they are giving me an okay. We both have plans for the future, and he will be by my side if I get pregnant early. Am I ready, or no?Updated 22 July 2022 under Ask Us.
Deciding when you are ready to have sex for the first time is a deeply personal experience, and the fact that you are asking us this question means you are […]Read more »
Yes, it’s possible to develop bacterial vaginosis (BV) or a yeast infection and still be considered a virgin (depending on your definition). Neither BV or yeast infections are transmitted by […]Read more »
I would like to lose my virginity when I am 14 or 15 years old. Is that OK? My parents would obviously not be OK with this but I don’t understand why it would be wrong. Obviously I would make sure I don’t get pregnant.Updated 5 July 2021 under Ask Us.
The decision to have sex is very personal and should be based off of number of factors. Sex isn’t wrong and when the timing is right, everyone deserves to have […]Read more »
I have taken two pregnancy tests and they both came back positive. I am a virgin! How is this possible? I don’t know how to tell my parents, help!Updated 27 November 2020 under Ask Us.
There isn’t a medical definition of a “virgin” or virginity. The term is used differently by different people and may relate to cultural or religious beliefs or the meaning of […]Read more »
Good question. There isn’t a medical definition of a “virgin” or virginity. The term is used differently by different people and may relate to cultural or religious beliefs or the meaning of “having […]Read more »
Not everyone who has sex for the first time will bleed. For those who do experience bleeding after their first sexual experience, it is usually spotting but not heavy bleeding. […]Read more »
The answer to this question is tricky because there is no medical definition of virginity and depending on a person’s culture, religion, and life experiences, “losing your virginity” could mean: […]Read more »
Most people would say that a person is a virgin until they have sexual intercourse with another person. However, depending on your cultural and religious beliefs losing your virginity may […]Read more »
Is it normal to bleed A LOT when losing your virginity? I don’t understand why, and I’m quite nervous, to be honest. It was my first time and my boyfriend had to stop because I couldn’t handle the pain.Updated 30 April 2015 under Ask Us.
It is normal for some women to bleed the first time they have vaginal intercourse but at the same time some women don’t bleed at all, and that’s normal too. […]Read more »