My experience is more common than people acknowledge. I don't remember ever noticing a hymen. Pain during sex is often normalized, but it usually indicates some sort of issue that can be solved. To minimize fear, it's important to do it with someone you're truly comfortable with, plan ahead so you're sure that you want it, and find a setting you feel safe in perhaps, if possible, where your roommate won't walk in to interrupt it. However, even if it is there, you do not have to break it or "pop" it, as the popular saying "pop your cherry" would have you believe". A few minutes later, we heard my roommate coming in and stopped midway through. This can also be done with a partner.
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