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my best guess is if your looking for medical proof. But its kind of like they Hymen. If a Hymen is still intact you know the girl is still a virgin. However if the Hymen is broken you don't know for sure if sex broke it or a sporting activity broke it. I think there might be a similarity for boys. With an intact foreskin if the foreskin is still attached to the glans he is obviously still a virgin. Once it separates there is no way to know either way for sure. Unless you ask and have a good lie detector (polygraph is not always accurate). Foreskin should stay attached to the head for a couple of years, and will develop and separate on its on naturally. I'm guessing if it hasn't separated sex will cause it to separate. However at the young age it separates and you lose your proof they shouldn't be even close to having sex anyways. There are some rare cases I've read about that it hasn't developed until a guy's 20's. And I don't know how much effort is needed to forcefully separate the skin. So I don't know if sex is enough to force it back. Dr.s recommend to never retracting foreskin until the boy is comfortable doing it himself, it can cause damage. I was circumcised at birth, to do this the dr goes against their own recommendations they don't pull back the skin, but they do put a probe in to separate and the separating is why the say not to pull it back. I wish the choice was left to me.
[QUOTE=opticbit;4098354]my best guess is if your looking for medical proof. But its kind of like they Hymen. If a Hymen is still intact you know the girl is still a virgin. However if the Hymen is broken you don't know for sure if sex broke it or a sporting activity broke it. I think there might be a similarity for boys. With an intact foreskin if the foreskin is still attached to the glans he is obviously still a virgin. Once it separates there is no way to know either way for sure. Unless you ask and have a good lie detector (polygraph is not always accurate). Foreskin should stay attached to the head for a couple of years, and will develop and separate on its on naturally. I'm guessing if it hasn't separated sex will cause it to separate. However at the young age it separates and you lose your proof they shouldn't be even close to having sex anyways. There are some rare cases I've read about that it hasn't developed until a guy's 20's. And I don't know how much effort is needed to forcefully separate the skin. So I don't know if sex is enough to force it back. Dr.s recommend to never retracting foreskin until the boy is comfortable doing it himself, it can cause damage. I was circumcised at birth, to do this the dr goes against their own recommendations they don't pull back the skin, but they do put a probe in to separate and the separating is why the say not to pull it back. I wish the choice was left to me.[/QUOTE]

Huh? You may be the one who needs to ask some questions.





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