Is wearing a tampon mean u lost ur virginity. Or can u loss ur virginity by wearing a tampon.
No. Most people agree that using tampons does not cause a woman to lose her virginity.
There are many different beliefs about what losing one’s virginity means. Most people agree that women and men lose their virginity the first time they have penile-vaginal intercourse. Many people also believe that people who have sex with a person of the same sex can lose their virginity through oral or anal intercourse. Some also believe that people have to give consent to lose their virginity — that virgins who are raped, for example, do not lose their virginity.
But some people think about virginity in a different way. Some people believe that an intact hymen — the thin tissue that stretches across at least part of the opening of the vagina in most girls at birth — is proof of a woman’s virginity. But most people don’t believe this. They know that each girl is born with a hymen, but that they come in a variety of shapes and sizes — and some girls may appear to have no hymen at all.
Hymens have at least one opening that will allow menstrual flow out of the body. Tampons may stretch the hymen a little bit, but they don’t usually stretch it open all the way. It’s possible for a woman’s hymen to become stretched open during insertive masturbation or through non-sexual activities like playing sports. So the condition of the hymen is not always an accurate indication of virginity