Hymen = Virgin Membrane
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Masturbation denotes all forms of sexual stimulation outside of the conjugal act which is suitable in itself for the procreation of offspring, to which marriage is ordered by its nature and by which the spouses become one flesh.
Any attempts to avoid pregnancy can fail, and this is why no marital intercourse may be classified as masturbation.
Sexual intercourse (also called coitus, or copulation) is reproductive act in which the male reproductive organ enters the female reproductive tract, if the reproductive act is complete, sperm cells are passed from the male body into the female, in the process fertilizing the female egg and forming a new organism.
This biological definition explains the ultimate goal of sexual intercourse and corresponds well with St. Thomas Aquinas teaching. On the basis of teleology, every emission of seed that takes place in such a way that generation cannot result or suitably result is against the good of the human being. Thus, if this is purposely done, it is a sin. The inordinate emission of seed opposes the good of the nature which is the preservation of the species.
Consequently, all forms of sexual stimulation outside of the conjugal act may be classified as masturbation.
The visible, covered, and hidden virginity related female organs.
visible clitoral hood (Latin: preputium clitoridis) covering clitoral glans - hidden in the mons pubis clitoral body – hidden by the lip (Latin: labium, plural: labia) clitoral leg (crus, plural: crura) – hidden by the lip clitoral vestibular bulb and greater vestibular gland (Bartholin's gland) – visible outer lip (Latin: labium maius, plural: labia maiora) and inner lip (Latin: labium minus, plural: labia minora) covering halat hymen and urinary opening (Latin: meatus urethrae)The visible, covered, and hidden virginity related female organs.
The hygiene of the hymen requires stopping any digital or instrumental stimulating enough far from the vaginal vestibule to make sure that the hymen is safeguarded. Both sexes should realize that adequate stimulation of the clitoris must result in a female orgasm. Thus rubbing the vaginal vestibule makes no sense. While vaginal orgasm is not existent no wise virgin would ever let her hymen destroyed in order to experience sexual pleasure.
Functional anatomy of the clitoris*
A common pattern of female sexual self-stimulation: target organs
2. Labia directly, by rubbing and clitoral bulbs indirectly, by pressing the labia
3. Optional: insensitive vaginal wall directly, by rubbing as a ritual reminescence of penetration in ex-virgins, and clitoral bulbs indirectly, by pressing the vaginal vestibule
4. Clitoral shaft indirectly, by pressing pubic mound and pressing against the pubic bone (climax)
1. Clitoral glans (hood) directly, by rubbing and pressing against the pubic boneGiven sufficient stimulation by direct and/or indirect pressure applied solely to her clitoris, almost every female can become sexually aroused quickly and will typically end in an orgasm, in more instances than expected, accompanied with the expulsion of noticeable amounts of clear fluid from the Skene's glands in a function named a female emmission or female ejaculation, commonly known as gushing, cumming or squirting. No penetration is needed to get a great orgasm. In fact, penetration without sufficient clitoral stimulation hardly ends in any orgasm.
* Source of illustration which has been modified: Atlas of Human Anatomy by Sinielnikov RD, Sinielnikov YR