What Hymens Look Like
There have been a number of questions lately about hymens, also known as “vaginal coronas”, and virginity. The vaginal corona is a thin fleshy membrane at the entrance of the vagina. It can be crescent shaped, a ring around the vaginal opening, worn away, lumpy, bumpy, “ragged”-looking, with sticky-outie “tags” or there can be absolutely noting at all.
To show how different vaginal coronas can look I’ve compiled 64 photos of them (click the picture for a much larger version). My apologies to all of the non-white people visiting my site, for the gross under-representation here, but photos of Black, Asian, Hispanic and other-coloured vaginal coronas were really hard to come by. Regardless, as you can see we’re all pink on the inside :) It’s also an interesting display of labial diversity, but that’s a different story.
So go ahead and have a close look at all of these vulvas. You can see some that have vaginal coronas appear to completely close over the vagina. Virgin hymens maybe? Others, particularly where the vaginas have been stretched open, show just a little bit of flesh around the rim. Some are smooth. Some are lumpy. Some have “tags” of flesh. They are all normal hymens.
Can you spot all of the virgin hymens there? Yes? No? Well you may be surprised to know that each and every vulva here belongs to a porn model/actress, with the photos taken from a porn website. Each was from larger photos sets for each model, where the model’s vagina was penetrated by any number of things, from sex toys to fisting. Are there any virgins among them? Well no. Not at all actually.
For those people who care about these things, the appearance of the vaginal corona is NOT an indicator of virginity.
For more information read Vaginal Corona - Myths Surrounding Virginity