I Masturbated Over Abbey’s First Tampon
My wife and I were visiting one of her friends. My wife and her friend were talking and I was sitting in the next room. I could overhear what they were saying, but they didn’t know that. I heard my wife’s friend say that her daughter just started using tampons. Apparently, she started earlier that day. This got my attention! The daughter is very sweet and innocent looking, but at the same time very sexy. She doesn’t realize how sexy she is. I know she’s a virgin. The thought of this sexy young virgin putting something into her vagina for the first time got my cock hard. The 3 of us were the only ones in the house and my wife and her friend were busy with their conversation. I snuck upstairs to the daughter’s room and went into the bathroom that’s next to it. I looked under the sink and saw a box of Lite tampons with plastic applicators, one was missing. I looked in the trash can and saw a plastic tampon applicator wrapped in tissue paper. This applicator was the first thing to ever enter Abbey’s virgin vagina. I went back to the box of tampons and started reading a pamphlet that was folded up inside the box. Some of what I found on the pamphlet is copied below. This made my cock so hard! I took Abbey’s used tampon applicator home and masturbated all over it. I came so hard on it.
MYTH: Tampons take away your virginity.
FACT: That’s not possible. A tampon is just a tool for period protection. It has nothing to do with virginity – which is about sex. The concern is mostly based on whether a tampon will affect your hymen, which is a thin, stretchy rim of tissue that surrounds the vaginal opening. A tampon is small enough to fit through most vaginal openings without affecting the hymen, but the hymen can change shape or “break” with age, weight, and even normal physical activities, not just sex.
MYTH: You shouldn’t use a tampon with your first period.
FACT: There is no age requirement for using tampons. Once someone has a period, they are old enough to use tampons (and their vagina is big enough to use a tampon without fear of injury or unusual pain).
MYTH: Tampons stretch out your vagina.
FACT: Not a chance. Vaginas are stretchy to begin with. If a baby can come out of a vagina, a tampon can easily go in without changing anything.
QUESTION: If I’ve used a tampon before I’ve had sex, does the tampon count as my first time?
No way. Your first time having sex is not the same as using a tampon. Putting a tampon into your vagina does not equate with a penis entering your vagina. Tampons do not take your virginity, it’s as simple as that. The first time you have sex will still be the first time you have sex.
QUESTION: Do tampons work better on non-virgins than virgins?
No, tampons work the same and are just as efficient for all vaginas, regardless of whether or not they have had sex before, how many times they’ve had sex, for how long, etc.
QUESTION: Will a larger tampon take my virginity? Should I only use small tampons?
You should choose the tampon absorbency that best fits your flow and your needs. While tampons come in “sizes,” these aren’t sizes for wear, but actually refer to the capacity of fluid or blood that a tampon can hold. It’s all about the absorbency of the tampon, not your body, so don’t feel bad or guilty if you need to use a larger tampon!
Step 1: Wash your hands.
Step 2: Get out your tampon.
Unwrap your tampon and make sure you know how it works! If you’ve never really looked at a tampon, it can look intimidating, but the tampon itself is INSIDE the applicator.
Step 3: Locate your vagina.
We know you know it’s “down there,” but so many people have never really looked closely to be sure. So, now’s your chance. Grab a mirror and take a look to make sure you’re familiar with your vaginal opening where the tampon will go. The “lips” on the outside of your vagina are called Labia. If you gently separate your Labia, you can see your Vaginal Opening. The thin, stretchy rim of tissue that surrounds the Vaginal Opening is your Hymen.
Step 4: Get comfy and ready to put the tampon in.
Find a comfortable position that lets you relax and still reach your vagina. Most people will sit on the toilet or stand while slightly squatting to insert a tampon, but you can also try lying down or propping one foot on a step or other raised surface (ex. the edge of your tub). Some first-time tampon users find it helpful to place a small mirror on the floor and squat down over top of it to insert a tampon. The most important thing is to take a deep breath and relax all those muscles “down there.” If you squeeze your butt or the muscles around the vagina, it will not be as easy to insert the tampon.
Step 5: Set the tip.
Hold the tampon at the grip (the smaller part right above the plunger) and place the tip of the tampon at your Vaginal Opening.
Step 6: Use the right angle.
Once the tip is in place, aim the tampon toward your lower back, not straight up. Your vagina doesn’t go straight up into your body, it actually has a slight angle. Finding the angle that’s right for you can help make it feel more comfortable to insert, too.
Step 7: Tip to grip.
Now you’re ready. Slowly insert the tampon applicator from the tip, all the way to the grip, into your vagina. When you’ve inserted it far enough, your fingers on the grip will probably be touching your Vulva (the external opening of your vagina).
Step 8: Plunge.
Once you’ve inserted tip to grip, it’s time to use your pointer finger or the other hand to push the plunger all the way and release the tampon into your vagina.
Step 9: Remove the applicator.
After you’ve pushed the plunger in all the way, pull the applicator (both plastic pieces) out. The string will be the only thing left sticking out of your vagina.