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- adjective Same as
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- adjective Of, or pertaining to, the
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- adjective of or relating to the hymen
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The pale, felty cups were big enough to hold a pigeon's egg and the "hymenal" inner surfaces were blood red.
The findings included labial adhesions and hymenal scarring of the sort present in a very small percentage of non-sexually abused children….
In the way of dreams, it was his twins who wandered in and out of his nightmares, hymenal blood pouring down their thighs and baby fat swelling their tiny breasts.
Cill tugged her torn top over her exposed breasts and stared at the hymenal blood on her thighs.
(I'm surprised he does not make the point that Grand Central Station was not in use that hymenal year.)
A pediatric resident who conducted a genital examination of Norma testified that she found that the child had a stretched hymenal opening, an abnormal condition for a seven-year-old girl.
North made this argument, that because of the doorpost's structure, that this was an indication of hymenal blood from the marriage bed, and tied it into what Rushdoony called this 'fertility cult' mentality.
The report details the reasons the practice is mind-blowingly stupid in addition to being inhumane: namely, the state of someone's vagina does not reveal much about their sexual experience, since "an" old tear "of the hymen or variation of the" size "of the hymenal orifice can be due to reasons unrelated to sex."
It specifically asks doctors to state whether the hymenal orifice admits one or two fingers.
Even the Indian Medical Association (IMA) protocol for forensic examination across the country seeks information about hymenal size - whether the vaginal opening is "narrow or roomy" and asks the doctor to give an opinion whether the evidence suggests "habitual sexual intercourse".