The groom is happy that the hymen is intact, not a fake one.
And you? Do you like being cheated?
داماد که خوشحال است که پرده بکارت دست نخورده است، جعلی نیست.
و شما؟ آیا دوست دارید دیگران در حال خیانت؟
Eduard Ritter von Hofmann, a pioneer of modern forensic pathology:
"No errors occur so frequently in any medicolegal examination
as in those that relate to the condition of the hymen." Hymen and Law
There are no medical signs and symptoms of male or female virginity with one exception,
which is presence of the halat hymen at the opening of the vagina.
While the professionally detected presence of a certain type of intact hymen indicates virginity, the absence of one is definitely not a proof a woman is not a virgin.
Some people make their virginity a commodity.
While selling it, they are ready to undergo lie-detector tests.
See how futile non-professional virginity testing is.
Does lying on your virginity always pay off?
No good can come from lying on your virginity.
"When I met my husband 40 years ago I knew he was ‘the one.’ He had firm opinions on sex before marriage (outdated even then) and was a virgin.
As I got to know him, it became clear that he’d never consider marrying somebody with ‘history.’ He thought sex special and wouldn’t want to imagine his wife having it with others. But, by 22, I’d been having sex for four years.
Madly in love and wanting him to marry me, I lied. 'Maybe the husband deserves to live in a bedsit alone for the rest of his days, warmed only by the pure light of his own virtue' He was bound to realise I wasn’t a virgin, so I made up a story that I’d been in a long engagement, giving up my virginity under pressure only a month before my wedding day, then reluctantly had sex twice with my fiancé, who then dumped me, leaving me devastated and ashamed.
He was very understanding and proposed soon after. We married and moved to his home town — a relief, as I’d worried we might bump into a friend who might speak out of turn. We had two children and a very happy and successful marriage. But a few weeks ago, an old friend contacted me over the internet, and I invited her round. My husband left us to talk and went off to the garden. Inevitably we talked of the past.
After she left, I found my husband looking devastated. He said he’d gone into the conservatory to read and heard everything. He said he felt utterly betrayed, as he had a right to expect honesty, but our entire marriage had been based on a fundamental lie. I said we’d had a wonderful 40 years, so what could it matter what I did before I met him? He moved in to the spare room and avoided me. A week later he moved to a bedsit and told me he wanted a divorce..." Google for the whole story to find out about woman who had lied about her virginity until marriage and finally after fourty years failed to hide her past.