The short version is: The one on this page is more fanciful than helpful. Well heck, next time just say so! Look, all I want in life is to give people the sexual health information they want, so just ask! Anyway, the answers to that question are:
All the ways you can break your hymen *without* having sex
Hymen - Wikipedia
But virginity is actually a complicated concept that has far from one definition. What you consider virginity usually depends on your cultural background and religious upbringing. All these ideas about virginity combined with a lack of sex education in general means that there is a whole lot of misinformation out there about what virginity is, and who is or is not a virgin. Here are 7 common myths about virginity, and what you need to know instead. People often talk about virginity like it has a hard and fast definition: Different people think of virginity differently.
7 Virginity Myths and What You Should Know Instead
Does your body need it? Should you lose virginity faster? Today, we're answering these and many other questions about the physiology of your virginity.
At week seven, the urorectal septum forms and separates the rectum from the urogenital sinus. In newborn babies, still under the influence of the mother's hormones , the hymen is thick, pale pink, and redundant folds in on itself and may protrude. For the first two to four years of life, the infant produces hormones that continue this effect. Appearance is highly variable.