You met Mr. Right.
He's old school, though. And we're not talking just in his taste of music. He wants to be your first lover. But that ship sailed a long time ago.
No worries, you can fake your virginity, blood and all according to an article on Lemondrop.com.
A new gadget available to women in Asian and Middle Eastern countries promises to "restore" their virginity for the bargain price of $29.95. An ad claims that the "artificial virginity hymen" fits inside the vagina and oozes a blood-like liquid upon penetration, creating the illusion of a broken hymen.
The description of the device from the Web site where it is sold states: "Insert this artificial hymen into your vagina carefully. It will expand a little and make you feel tight. When your lover penetrate, it will ooze out a liquid that look like blood not too much but just the right amount. Add in a few moans and groan, you will pass through undetectable."
Granted, most American men know a woman of a certain age won't be a virgin on her wedding night, but in countries where sex is supposed to be saved until marriage, not being a virgin is like wearing a mark of shame.
Still, unless the man has never had sex, wouldn't he know the blood was fake? That coochie was too tight and there's some flesh colored device in the sheets?
I'm just saying, this is wrong on so many levels.
Women should be able to own their sexuality all over the world. If you want to try out some penis before getting married, it shouldn't be a crime. And faking virginity wouldn't have to happen.