Getting your virginity back
There's surgery now to replace women's hymens. It's mostly done on girls whose husbands-to-be love them so much that they cherish the chance to have painful, bloody sex with her just once. Don't believe me? Quotes from the story:
"It's like a little white lie, but you do it for love," Vanegas said.
"It hurt even more than originally losing my virginity," she said. "My husband had no idea because all the stuff happened again that happens when you really are a virgin."
He had no idea maybe, but he probably has an idea now. I like the way she dodges explaining what "happens" when you lose your virginity. Obviously, she's referring to the idea that virgins are broken into, sort of like when you break the seal off the bottle of aspirin, except with blood and for dramatic purposes, some pain and crying. Romantic, yeah.
Of course, in this day and age barely any girl has that wonderful, romantic chance to give this gift of unpleasant hymen-breaking to the Man She Loves, and it's not just that we sluts go slutting around before we get married. Most girls, if they are honest with you, will tell you that it wasn't all that painful and probably not all that bloody, that all that stuff that "happens" when you are a virgin doesn't, because most girls don't have much of a hymen when they first have sex. Gym class, tampons, bicycle riding and just plain old age make it fall apart over time. And if more and more girls have a pleasant time the first time they have sex, that's not something to mourn and tear your hair out over and have surgery to "correct".
While most girls don't really have the whole hymen-tearing experience, though, a few do. And if you ask any of them if losing their virginity was such a great and loving experience that they would go through it again, they would look at you as if you were crazy. If you asked them if they would pay $2,000 for that chance, they may kick you.
Ladies, if a man looks deep into your eyes and lovingly says that he cannot wait until he rips into you and you bleed and cry, if your first thought is, "Uh-oh. I don't know if I can give that to him because of other partners/tampons/a horse-riding hobby," you might have a problem that surgery isn't going to fix. But, a good step is to ditch that guy and maybe think about one who wants sex to be about fun and love instead of bloody conquest.