How does a guy during sex understand if a girl is a virgin or not?
The partner is worried, shy, does not know what to do and how to behave. It is difficult for an inexperienced guy to immediately understand that there is a virgin in front of him, unless she says so directly.
The first sexual experience for many girls causes fear. The physiological processes are different for everyone, what sensations will arise when losing virginity, young ladies do not know for sure. After conversations with girlfriends and horror stories on the forums, the picture does not become clear - girls are afraid of painful sensations, ruptures and other complications.
A virgin is unlikely to behave like a skillful, liberated lover. She will try to create a comfortable atmosphere for herself, she may ask to turn out or dim the lights. She will not be ready for experiments in sex either - the girl is more likely to be scared than aroused by sex toys.
Stiffness is also a sign of virginity. The girl does not enjoy the process, she is as tense as possible, she is afraid to make an extra movement. But you shouldn't be 100% sure that you are facing a young lady without experience. Due to temperament, low libido or induced complexes, this may be typical behavior after 10 years of active sex life.
In the process of breaking the hymen, a girl can scream and remove, the process is accompanied by the release of blood. The discomfort increases if the guy is not experienced or forgets about foreplay, and his chaste partner does not have time to get aroused. It is not always a 100% sign - not every girl feels pain during the loss of her virginity, the amount of blood also depends on physiological characteristics.
During the deformation of the hymen, a guy may feel a strong burning sensation. Not a pleasant sensation, especially since the process is accompanied by the release of blood. It is naive to believe that for the first time a girl will get an enchanting experience of sex. It is worth showing yourself as an attentive and caring lover, otherwise your partner will not have the most pleasant impressions, a stereotype may arise that every sexual contact is associated with pain and discomfort.
This is individual for everyone, someone is a virgin, but at the same time confident and not shy, and someone is kind of experienced, but still afraid as if they are being killed, so most likely the only option is to check on a lie detector, lying is she or not 😹.
nothing. there is only hymen, but there is no hymen, and nothing breaks there, as is commonly believed. blood and pain during the first sex is not the norm (if it was, then this indicates insufficient arousal and from the fact that there is not enough lubrication)
That's how much I talked to guys of "tender" age, it is almost impossible for them to understand whether a virgin is with them or not. Because they themselves were virgins yesterday. To understand whether a virgin is with him or not, only a man with sufficient experience can.
I am more pinned, as modern girls, with whom everything is clear that they are no longer virgins, answer the guy's question, what is he like with her by the account. This also worries guys a lot. So, it's very funny, but 99% of non-virgins lie that "you are my second, the first was a mistake." Yeah, you certainly can't check it)))
Help me please, there was no blood with the girl during intercourse, but she was in pain, unpleasant, twitching. But during intercourse, I did not feel anything as if I were not a virgin
In advance, according to the girl. Such things are usually not hidden, since by the blood on the sheet it will still be clear what was worth saying right away. During the first time for a girl, she most likely will not get pleasure because of the pain and fear, this is also noticeable.
everything in the world is individual, but still there are "common signs" - she is afraid, nervous. at the moment of penetration, he can oyknut, try to move away. blood is not required.
You need to watch how the girl behaves. Any girl is afraid of the first time, she will twitch, get nervous, shy, again betrays inexperience.
Given that there are no reliable physiological signs of virginity in a girl (the hymen, in fact, does not close the entrance to the vagina, respectively, anatomically the first sex does not have to be accompanied by injuries and blood), the only sign by which a guy can assume that this is the first time for a girl - this is her behavior, which, in fact, does not have to be different for virgins and non-virgins. According to stereotypes, girls without sexual experience are shackled, shy, afraid of everything that can happen in bed and are not sure of their choice, so if a girl behaves this way, then the guy may think that he is her first.