Virgin-O-Logy Genital Self Examination
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FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONSHow do you know if your hymen is still intact?
How do you know if your hymen is broken?
How to tell if you have hymen?
How to differentiate between virgin and nonvirgin hymen?
How do I know if hymen is intact?
How to tell if hymen is broken?
How to know when a hymen is completely broken?
How to self check for intact hymen?
Is my hymen still intact?
How to check if your hymen is still intact?
What does a broken hymen look like?
How to tell if your hymen is intact?
I do masturbate how to check if I popped my cherry myself?
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Should all brides wear a white dress?
Why do brides wear white?
When are you allowed to wear white?
Невеста вся в белом, потому, что она целка
A bride dressed in white, because she is whole (i. e. a virgin)
The Polish word 'cały' and Russian 'целый' come from the same Proto-Slavic root
and mean in English 'whole, entire, intact', and are closely related
to Ukrainian 'цíлий', Bulgarian 'цял', Serbo-Croatian 'ци̏о', Slovenian 'се̑l',
Czech and Slovakian 'сеlý', Upper Lusatian 'суłу', Lower Lusatian 'сеłу'.
But the Polish word 'całka' means 'integral' in English
and the Russian word 'целка' means 'virgin' or 'intact hymen' in English.
Григорий Григорьевич Мясоедов. Смотрины невесты.
Grigoriy Grigorievich Myasoyedov: Viewing a bride.
'When it is time to put the bride to bed, the bridegroom’s female kindred carry her into a room, where they strip her stark naked, and search her all round, even her ears, hair, between her toes, and other parts of her body, to see whether there is no blood, pin, or cotton dipped in some red liquor hid about her' The decisive importance of virginity until marriage in Europe, Slavic Culture and Christian Faith
OLIVE YOUR C
OLIVE YOUR C, here C stands for Candour, Candor,
from Latin candor, from candēre to be white, shine