Vaginal Corona most commonly known as hymen
The vaginal corona, also called the hymen, is folds of thin mucous tissue surrounding or partially covering the vaginal opening. All girls are born with this mucous tissue.
In most women, this tissue is quite elastic. It can be either ribbed or smooth, and it stretches over time for various reasons. The shape of the hymen varies too and some people have more of it than others.
First time sex
There are people who believe that the hymen ‘tears’ during first time sexual intercourse (penis in vagina) and that it creates bleeding. But this isn’t usually the case. Most girls or women don’t bleed on their first time as they have quite a stretchy hymen. You certainly won’t if you’re turned on and relaxed when the penis enters the vagina.
You develop breasts during puberty. This could start in a girl of 8, but also in a girl of 14. Age varies for all girls.
During puberty, a girl has her first period. For about 5 days, some blood, mixed with mucus, flows from your vagina. You can use tampons, sanitary pads or cups to soak up the blood and mucus.