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I said originally that at my job we had a great work culture and that basically the team I led worked well together and got along.It seems some of the commenters took exception to this because of what turned out to be going on behind the scenes. So I take exception to some of the comments that suggested this was untrue or that I was being naïve.That's unsurprising since bleeding from one specific act of intercourse (rather than it happening with frequency) often doesn't have any real medical relevance, and healthcare providers and sex educators -- if we've done our homework -- also pretty much have the answers we need already.One study which was done, cited by my friend Hanne Blank in her book, Virgin: The Untouched History, was an informal one in 1998 published in the British Medical Journal by Dr. She found that at least 63% of the women she asked about bleeding and first intercourse reported that they did not experience bleeding.

I told him what I encountered and what my suspicions were for the duck club.Suffice it to say, if a woman isn't consenting to sex at all, but is sexually assaulted, bleeding is very common for this reason. If a partner is too rough or forceful with their penis, fingers or a sex toy, whether a woman is aroused or not, that can cause injury and bleeding.3.) Because of an infection or other medical condition.For the most part, just like bleeding from any other part of your body, bleeding that comes with or follows intercourse or any other kind of sex is due to an injury. In a few different ways: 1.) If a person with a vulva isn't aroused (sexually excited) enough, or at all, before and during entry, often the vaginal opening and vagina will have not loosened and/or self-lubricated enough for entry or intercourse to be pleasurable for her or truly workable.In other words, it may be possible, in that their partner can manage to force their penis (or whatever else) into the vagina, but it often won't feel good to that receptive partner, and often results in tearing of or abrasions to the tissues of the vulva, vagina or cervix.

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