deflower. (diːˈflaʊə). vb (tr). 1. to deprive of virginity, esp by rupturing the hymen through sexual intercourse. 2. to despoil of beauty, innocence, etc; mar; violate. 3. . Arriving in Cairo, he learns that Blancheflore is being held by a cruel Emir who, every night, deflowers and slays one of his maiden slaves. Arbesu, David, ed. 20 Sep while wealthier women often get gynecological exams before marriage and do hymen-repair surgery in the event that no hymen is found. There is so much confidence in the idea that an intact hymen proves virginity that the trend in many countries now is to have one's daughter "officially certified" as a virgin. Deflowered Lyric will reveal scenarios of trusting parents who left their children unintentionally with untrustworthy adults while carrying out their daily routines. They believed that their children would be protected by the caretakers. This fictional story will also tell the story of one child whose deflowering was discovered by a.
Deflowered is the second studio album by American queercore band Pansy Division, released in June on Lookout! Records. Critical reception to the album was generally positive. Despite rating it with a modest score of 3 out of 5 stars, Allmusic praised Deflowered for its "wry, silly and heartfelt" songwriting, singling out. 14 Jan I have never had any sexual intercourse after the one I had 18 years ago though I have had some boyfriends But sex was out of it. To the Best of my knowledge then, there was nothing like pain or blood. Now, I wonder, wasnt the hymen torn then? How come girls even below 6 years (who were taken. Definition of deflower. transitive verb. 1: to deprive of virginity. 2: to take away the prime beauty of. — By her side was Ryan Phillippe's Sebastian Valmont, who — responding to a bet from Kathryn — sets out to deflower the new headmaster's virginal daughter Annette (Reese Witherspoon) before the start of term.