commented on the recognition: "This is quite an honor for me.
Bun married Hymen
Shapiro of Worcester on May 20th, 1945.
The 15-year-old was examined by a pathologist and it was found her hymen
had been broken at an earlier date," Katsounotos explained.
Aquila Asia's frank coverage of controversial topics like hymen
reconstruction and the state of virginity among Muslim women helps empower readers around the region, said writer Laila Achmad.
The most poignant of these are the women who seek hymen
repair surgery, who may have been threatened with violence if they do not appear to be virgins, as studied by Birgitta Essen et al in Sweden.
That's when Hymen
Lipman was granted a patent for a pencil different than those used for centuries -- his had an eraser at one end.
This membrane, called the hymen
, gets broken during sex and this can also cause bleeding.
Viewers also complained about the flamboyant TV host's comment that it was time to find out "who has pierced the hymen
of awareness to ejaculate success into the uterus of popular culture".
You may be having difficulty inserting them because your hymen
is still intact.
A THE test of a woman's virginity used to be whether her hymen
- the membrane across the vagina - was intact or not.
The first part of Carroll's original title, "The Virgin Not," is for some reason omitted here, which is too bad because it so clearly underscores his central point that language representing the biology of female sexuality in the plays is linked to a particular obsession with the existence--or not--of the hymen
(the virgin knot).
is a flexible membrane with a small opening through which the menstrual blood passes.