What is the hymen?

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First answer by Yulia Crowder. Last edit by Yulia Crowder.
It is a thin membrane that covers much part of the vaginal opening pierced by a natural hole that lets come out the uterine and cervical secretions. It is present from birth until a sexual phenomenon (sex causing defilement) or nonsexual (fall astride, gymnastics, equestrian sport) arrives at the break. This means that the absence of a hymen does not necessarily mean sexual practice. It is also possible that a person has had sex practice and hymen is evermore present.

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